Mount Auburn Hospital Presents Annual Thursday Morning Talks Series

Alice Hoffman
Alice Hoffman
WHAT: Mount Auburn Hospital Auxiliary’s 78th annual Thursday Morning Talks Series will begin in just a few months. The 2014 lecture series will feature speakers who will cover a wide variety of topics including: art, journalism, national security, and challenges to our democracy. Speakers will include Scott Harshbarger, former Massachusetts Attorney General, Brian McGrory, editor of the Boston Globe, author Alice Hoffman, Harvard University professors, and more.

Every Thursday, January 9th – February 27th, 2014 (weather permitting)
            Bouillon reception at 10:15 AM
            Lectures start at 11:00 AM

Upcoming talks include:
January 9th

Scott Harshbarger

Former Massachusetts Attorney General, The Influence of Money and Special Interests in Politics: The Challenge to Our Democracy

January 16th

Gabriella Blum

Professor, Harvard Law School, The Spider and the Mosaic: Technology and the Future of Violence

January 23rd
Paul Grogan

President and CEO, The Boston Foundation, The Good News and the Bad News About Boston

January 30th                   
Brian McGrory

Editor, The Boston Globe, The Future of Journalism

February 6th
Alice Hoffman

Author, Survival Lessons

February 13th
Jen Mergel

Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Contemporary Art: Can You Feel It?

February 20th
T.K. McClintock

Director, Studio TKM, Conservators of Fine Art and Historic Works on Paper, A Conservation Challenge in China's Forbidden City

February 27
Nancy Oriol

Executive Director, Harvard Medical School MED Science Program for High School Students, Co-Creator, Medical Classroom of the Future, and Founder of the Family Van, Is Science Teaching in the Doldrums? If So, What Can We Do About It?

Through a partnership with the Harvard Coop, books by all of the speakers will be available for sale and signing after each lecture.

WHERE: Holy Trinity Armenian Church
              145 Brattle Street (at the Sparks Street Entrance)
              Cambridge, MA 02138

COST: Tickets are open to the public and cost $20.00 per lecture, available for purchase at the event.

For more information please email thursdaymorningtalks@gmail.com


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