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2013 Winter Lecture Series - UWAA and UWRA Members
For more than 35 years, the Winter Lecture Series has remained one of the most popular lifelong learning programs offered by the University of Washington. This year’s four-part series, “The Good, Bad, & Catastrophic: Lessons from Global & Mideast Crises,” will dig deep into the issues that have shaped the modern Middle East – and try to forecast what the region might look like in the wake of the Arab Spring. How did the Middle East get to this point? And what we can we learn from the century of turmoil and crisis that preceded it? These are among the many questions that three UW professors will try to answer throughout the series.
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013
All lectures are at 6:30 p.m. in Kane Hall 130.
Cost: Individual lectures: $10 for UWAA members, $12 for the general public; $5 for students.
Location and Directions
Kane Hall is located on the north side of Red Square on the UW Seattle campus. View a map showing the location. Paid parking is available in the Central Plaza Garage below Kane Hall at $10; additional parking is available in several west campus lots (W6, W12, W14) for $5 (cash only at automated pay stations).
Driving Directions: From I-5, take the NE 45th Street exit (#169). Turn east onto NE 45th Street. Continue east about one quarter mile to 15th Avenue NE and turn right. Head south on 15th Avenue three blocks to NE 41st Street. Turn left at Gate #1 into the Central Plaza Garage. Stop at the gatehouse inside the garage for directions and a parking permit.
Transit Information: There are more than 60 bus routes from all over King and Snohomish counties serving the University District. For more information on taking a bus to the UW, visit the regional online trip planner provided by King County Metro.