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February 10, 2005

Follow-Up Session and Teenage Angst - Topics of Future Chautauqua Nexus and Origins Series

The next scheduled Origins talk will be Saturday, February 12 at the main branch of the Ouachita Parish Library. At 10 a.m. James Robinson will present a follow-up to the talk given earlier this week on "The Late Woodland and Proto-Historic Periods."

The Origins Series is an open forum scheduled throughout the spring semester at ULM. The Louisiana Endowment and area supporters sponsor the Origins Series. Organizers hope to draw attention to the historical significance of "where we live" as a major geographical and cultural advantage for our university and greater community.
On this Friday Feb. 12, Dr. Bill McCown, ULM psychology professor, will host a Chautauqua Nexus entitled Dress and Self-Loathing in the Teenage Years.

All presentations are free and open to the public. The complete schedule, including time and place of event for both series of lectures, can be found online at or at

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