Diane Johnson to discuss classical myths and Christian traditions in Thursday lecture at WWU

Western Today staff

Diane Johnson, a faculty member in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, will present “The Heroines of Eobanus Hessus: Classical Myths and Christian Traditions” from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, in Communications Facility Room 105 on the Western Washington University campus.

This presentation is part of the 2011 Faculty Research Presentation Series from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. 

All faculty, staff, students and off-campus community members are invited to attend, and faculty are encouraged to invite their students.

The purpose of the series is to provide opportunities to learn about research, publication of research and the direction research is taking in various disciplines and cross disciplinary areas of the university. The presentations underscore the importance of research development and creative efforts by members of the university community. Presentations are facilitated by faculty members (or teams) who currently or recently have been involved in substantial research or research and development projects including creative efforts.

For more information, contact Ken Clark, director of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, at (360) 650-4403 or ken.clark@wwu.edu, or Connie Hernandez at (360) 650-2884 or connie.hernandez@wwu.edu.

Monday, February 7, 2011 - 3:36pm