Loyola at a Glance
Bernard Cook, Ph.D., lectures in Romania
October 31, 2008
Dr. Bernard Cook, the Provost Distinguished Professor of History at Loyola University New Orleans, recently lectured at two Romanian universities.
Cook discussed “The United States and the Issue of Appeasement: An Historical Analysis,” on Oct. 20, and “The Impact of September 11 on United States Foreign and Domestic Policy,” on Oct. 21, at Ovidius University in Constanta, Romania.
He also lectured on Oct. 22 at Hyperion University, located in Bucharest, Romania, on the impact of September 11 on United States policy.
Cook also received an invitation by the Nicolae Titulescu Foundation in Bucharest for a future lecture.
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