In observance of the 10th anniversary of the tragic events of 9/11/2001, Montclair State University's virtual Creative Research Center (CRC) is convening an interdisciplinary panel discussion and audience-participation Q&A on the uses of the imagination in the post-9/11 world.
The event will be moderated by Prof. Neil Baldwin, of the Theatre and Dance department and CRC director, and participants include:
Lori Katterhenry, director, Dance program [introducing a special performance by BFA dance majors of the 1956 Jose Limon classic, There is a Time]
Harry Haines, chair, Communication Studies
Scott Kight, Department of Molecular Biology
Norma Connolly, chair, Justice Studies
Ofelia Rodriguez, Psychology Department
Mike Peters, University photographer and author of The Dream