Professor Laurence Simon Interviewed for Berkeley's "Conversations with History"

November 11, 2008

CONVERSATIONS WITH HISTORY

Laurence R. Simon

Professor Laurence R. Simon was recently invited by the University of California at Berkeley to deliver a university lecture and be interviewed in their renowned series called Conversations with History.

This series, hosted by Harry Kreisler, is supported by the Library of Congress and the National Science Foundation and consists of one-hour unedited interviews with "distinguished men and women from all over the world talking about their lives and their work," each interview focusing on individuals and ideas that make a difference.

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