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Friday, March 23, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

° Brandeis U. profs due here

Brandeis University
Profs. Robert Art and Bar-
ney Schwalberg will be in
Detroit April 4 as part of the
Brandeis University on
Wheels program. Greater
Detroit Chapter, Brandeis
University National
Women's Committee, is the
local sponsor.
Slated for 10 a.m. at the
Bloomfield Township Li-
brary, the program will
touch on the theme: The
Eagle and the Bear."
At 10 a.m., Prof. Art will
speak on "Reagan and Rus-
sia: Principles for Competi-
tion and Co-existence."
Art has taught at Bran-
deis University since 1967.
A summa cum laude, Phi
Beta Kappa graduate of
Columbia College, Prof. Art
received his PhD degree
from Harvard University.
In 1971-1972, he served as
an international affairs fel-
low of the Council on
Foreign Affairs, and re-
cently travelled to Europe
under a travel grant for the
Program on European
Society and Security, Har-

Prof. Schwalberg
yard University, Center for
International Affairs.
Prof. Art is the author of
"The TFX Decision:
• McNamara and the Mili-
tary," as well as numerous
o articles which have ap-
peared in professional jour-
nals.
From July 1977 through
June 1983, Prof. Art held
the positions of dean of the





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Graduate School of Arts and
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1984 academic year.
The 1 p.m. subject will be
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merce, specializing in Rus-
sian economic and demog-
raphic problems. His publi-
cations include specialized
studies on Soviet industry
and manpower supply.
There is a fee for the
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vited.
Shirley Weil is chairman
of the day. Her committee
consists of: Rosslyn Be-
rman, co-chairman, and
committee members Be-
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kelstein, Harriet Prentis,
Esther Kaplan, Barbara
Marcuse, Lucille Weisberg,
Lois Weintraub, Estelle
Sperling, Shirley Weiner,
Marcia Harris, Audrey
Klein and Ruth West.
Ilene Crane is president
of the Greater Detroit
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