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January 03, 1992 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-03

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author of the book From
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series of briefings on the Mid-
dle East presented by the
Center for Middle Eastern
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Journalism
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Fellows, the Jean and Samuel
Frankel Center for Judaic
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Political Science, and the
University Council on Inter-
national Academic Affairs.
Mr. Friedman graduated
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held a scholarship at St. An-
tony's College, Oxford.
The talk is open to students,
faculty and the public
without charge.

Art Museum
Holds Seminars

The University of Michigan
Museum of Art will present a
series of three seminars on
collecting and an appraisal
clinic with experts from
Sotheby's Auction House,
Jan. 10-23, on the University
of Michigan campus in Ann
Arbor.
Both the seminar series and
appraisal clinic are open to
the public. Appraisals will be
done by appointment only
and will take about five
minutes per object.
For ticket information and
reservations, call the
Museum of Art Friends Of-
fice, 747-2064.

Poet Randall
Does Readings

Poet and founder of Broad-
side Press, Dudley Randall,
will read and students will
perform selections from his
works 10-11 a.m. Jan. 14 at
the Commons at the Roeper
City and Country School, Bir-
mingham Campus. In 1981
Mr. Randall was made the
Poet Laureate of Detroit by
Mayor Coleman Young.
For information, call Roeper
School, 642-1500.

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Photographers as well as
camera collectors will meet
Jan. 4-5 at the Southfield
Civic Center for the Winter
Photo Trade Show — Photo-
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p.m. Jan. 4 and 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
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