The November 18-19 symposium -- with Todd Gitlan, Jo Freeman, Lawrence Levine, and others-- examines the 1964 Free Speech Movement and the experience of its students and faculty; the place of the FSM in larger movements for social justice and political mobilization; and, the implications of the FSM and free speech issues for university campuses in post 9/11 America.
3 p.m. - lecture by Jo Freeman, Attorney, New York City: "The Berkeley Free Speech Movement and the Culture of Protest"
4:30 p.m. - panel on "Legal and Constitutional Issues of the Patriot Act": Chair, Linda East, Associate Professor, Dedman School of Law, SMU
6:30 p.m. - lecture by Lawrence Levine, George Mason University: "Professors in Crisis: The Faculty and Student Activism in the Free Speech Movement"
3 p.m. - "Berkeley in the Sixties": screening of Academy Award-winning documentary
4:30 p.m. - panel on "The Free Speech Movement and the 1960s": Chair, Sherry SMith, Professor of History, SMU
6:30 p.m. -lecture by Todd Gitlin, Columbia University: "From Civil Rights to the Student Movement"
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