|Professor of Geography, UCLA; Author: Guns, Germs, and Steel and The World Until Yesterday
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Diamond examines how Amazonian Indians, Inuit and other traditional societies have adapted and evolved for nearly 6 million years. He explains what we can still learn from these traditional societies regarding universal human problems like elder care, child rearing, physical fitness and conflict resolution.
||Thursday, January 24
||11:30 AM check-in | 12:00 PM program | 1:00 PM book signing
||Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
|| Regular: $7 students (with ID), $12 Members, $20 Non-Members
Premium (priority seating and copy of new book): $45
OFJCC Members must call to receive the discounted member rate.