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Berkeley Forum Announces Spring 2015 Events

BERKELEY, California―March 13, 2014

The Berkeley Forum today announced its speaker line-up for the Spring 2015 semester. The line-up holds true to the Forum’s ideal of diversity and breadth of knowledge, with event topics ranging from global politics to education and even to spirituality.

“The Forum has always strived to host speakers from as many different fields of knowledge as possible, and I believe that this semester we have one of the most extensive and intellectually diverse speaker line-ups we have ever had,” said Pierre Bourbonnais, The Berkeley Forum President.

Below is a list of the speakers that The Forum will host this semester

  • Vali Nasr Middle Eastern Politics
  • John Sarbanes, Jared Huffman & Jerry McNerney Big Money in Politics
  • Charles Murray Education and Welfare
  • John Maeda Art and Design
  • Dan Siegel Emotional Well-Being
  • Sean McMeekin Russian Politics
  • Susan Herman Civil Liberties
  • Killswitch: A Documentary Film Internet Freedom
  • Akhil Amar Constitutional History
  • Nicholas Dirks & Claude Steele Higher Education
  • Bruce Lipton Developmental Biology and Spirituality

Please visit forum.berkeley.edu/events for details and dates for these events.


About the Berkeley Forum
The Berkeley Forum is a non-partisan, student-run organization at the University of California, Berkeley. Founded in 2012, the Forum organizes panels, debates, and talks by leading experts from a wide variety of fields.

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Public Relations
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