Durham presentation examines Kennedy assassinationNoted scholar Spencer Davis, Ph.D., will be at UNMC on Nov. 19 to deliver the second part of the lecture "1963: 50 Years Later."
Mick Hale, director of education at the Durham Museum, delivered the first part of the lecture in October.
Dr. Davis will discuss the assassination of President Kennedy and other events from that significant year in American history.
The United States was on the verge of great change in 1963 with significant events happening in civil rights, politics and popular culture.
Bring your lunch for this noon presentation in the Sorrell Center, Room 1005.
The Durham Musem and UNMC have teamed up to present the Time Travelers partnership program. The program provides free museum admission for medical center employees, students and their immediate family with a valid identification badge, while also offering lectures, workshops and other events on the medical center campus.