UMass Lowell: Forum on the Lessons of Sept. 11

UMass Lowell has many campus activities, ceremonies and remembrances planned this week for the tenth anniversary of September 11th. One of the more important events is a “Forum on the Lessons of September 11th.”

When: Friday, Sept. 9, noon to 1:30 p.m.

What: “Lessons of Sept. 11” will look at how the events of Sept. 11, 2001 have influenced American and international policy. The panel will include UMass Lowell criminal justice Prof. James Forest, an internationally recognized anti-terrorism expert and the former director of terrorism studies at the U.S. Military Academy; political science Prof. Deina Abdelkader, an expert on the Middle East and author of the new book, “Islamic Activists: The Anti-Enlightenment Democrats”; and Gregory Aftandilian of the university’s Center for Middle East Peace, Development and Culture, a former foreign policy adviser to U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy. This event is open to the public.

Where: O’Leary Library, Room 222, UML South, 61 Wilder St., Lowell

The event is open and the public is invited.

2 Responses to UMass Lowell: Forum on the Lessons of Sept. 11

  1. Steve says:

    I wonder if LTC could tape this event. Sounds interesting, but hat’s a tough time for the public.