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March Coffee Calls at LSUA

Released: 02/14/2001

<p> The Louisiana State University at Alexandria Division of Continuing Education and Technology is offering two Coffee Calls in March. Coffee Calls provide an opportunity to meet with LSUA faculty members for coffee and conversation in their field of study. Coffee Calls are brought to you as a public service at no charge and are sponsored by the Bank of Lecompte. Pre-registration is required by calling the LSUA Division of Continuing Education and Technology at 473-6495. </p><p> Architecture of the Old South-Dr. Henry O. Robertson, Jr. will survey the homes and buildings of the planters, plain folk and slaves in the Antebellum Era and help participants discover the material culture of the time. Robertson is assistant professor of history/geography and chair of the department of social science and education. This session will meet on Thursday, March 15 from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. in Chambers Hall. </p><p> Teachers: My Theological and Literary Lineage-Dr. Frances Gibbons will lead a discussion of the teaching profession from the point of view of its mythological and literary derivation. She will trace the lineage of this profession from Prometheus to Bercilak/Green Knight and his lady, and identify the most salient pedagogical qualities mythological and fictional characters have bequeathed to us. Gibbons is a professor of English at LSUA. The session will meet on Thursday, March 8 from 3:30 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. in the Conference Center. </p><p> To register or receive more information, contact the LSUA Division of Continuing Education and Technology at 473-6495 </p>