Thursday, October 21st, 2021 at 6:00pm
Andy and Rich Amend, Bill and Cele Arnold, Marcia Bernsten, Mayor Daniel Biss, David and Cari Borris, Martha Cray, Rep. Robyn Gabel, Monica Getzendanner, James Gibbs, Geraldine Gorman, Sallie and Alan Gratch, Kerry Hall and Shauna Scott, Jack and Maureen Kelly, Miriam Kelm, Jacqueline and Water Kendall, Ed and Ellen McManus, Libby Pappalardo, Michael Peshkin, Martha Pierce, Gail Schechter, Comm’r Larry Suffredin and Gloria Callaci, Ellie Sylvan, Phyllis Tholin, Dilnaz Waraich, Elliot Zashin
Daniel Immerwahr, professor of history at Northwestern University, received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University, where he studied history and philosophy. Then, funded by a Marshall scholarship, he received a second BA, this time at King’s College at Cambridge University. His mentor there was the historian of empire, C. A. Bayly, and he wrote his thesis on postcolonial Nigerian architecture under the supervision of John Lonsdale. He returned to the United States to get a doctoral degree in history at the University of California, Berkeley, studying under the intellectual historian David Hollinger. His dissertation won the Allan Nevins Prize in American Economic History from the Economic History Association, and it received honorable mention for the Betty M. Unterberger Prize from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations.
Kathy Kelly has traveled to war zones and lived alongside ordinary people
in Afghanistan, Iraq, Gaza, Lebanon, Bosnia, Haiti and Nicaragua. She
and her companions in various peace team delegations believe the U.S.
should end all U.S. military and economic warfare and pay reparations for
suffering already caused by U.S. wars.
Are you feeling apprehensive about participating in a virtual event? We’ve got you covered.
Thanks to Peace Action’s Kevin Martin for these recommendations!
These are the types of grapes or the name of the wines, not the producer or vineyard. Any of these should be good regardless of the producer.
Austria Gruner Veltliner (may be hard to find but if you go to a good
wine shop they should have it. Ask for a recommendation)
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc
Spain has many varieties
-Cava, a sparkling wine!
Australia Shiraz and Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon blend
New Zealand Pinot Noir
Spain Rioja (a region in Spain),Tempranillo or Garnacha (these are grape varietals)
South Africa Cabernet Sauvignon and Cab/Shiraz blend
Argentina Malbec or Malbec/Syrah blends
Chile Cabernet Sauvignon (a good one is Cousino Macul Antiguas Reservas)
Thursday, October 21st
6:00 Program Begins
6:15 Digital Cocktail Conversation
6:40 Student presentations
6:50 Presentation of Robert A Cleland Award to Kathy Kelly
7:00 Keynote from Daniel Immerwahr
7:30 Event Concludes