Global Issues Colloquium to Discuss Recent Central African Community

As part of the Global Issues Colloquium Series, classical and modern language professors Sana Camara and Ron Manning will moderate “Kirksville’s Newest Immigrants: A Growing Central African Community” at 7 p.m. Feb. 4 in Magruder Hall 2001.

The colloquium will feature Kirksville resident Richard Yampayana, professors John Quinn and Sally Cook, and recent Congolese immigrants. The panel will explore the causes of the sudden influx of French-speaking African immigrants to Kirksville.  

Other Upcoming Colloquiums:

"The Nicaragua Gran Canal: Do We Really Need It?”
LaRoy Brandt, assistant professor of biology
7 p.m.
March 3
Magruder Hall 2001

"Forensic Nursing Strategies: Global Issues in Health and Justice"
Virginia Lynch, founder of the International Association of Forensic Nurses
7 p.m.
March 31
Violette Hall 1010

“Observations of Daily Life in Rural Southern Chile” 

Anton Daughters, assistant professor of anthropology
7 p.m. 
April 14
Magruder Hall 2001

Sponsored by the Global Issues Committee, the series is presented for educational or civic purposes. For more information on the spring’s colloquiums, visit

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