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Fall Term Montgomery Fellows

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Didion Abizaid Burns
Joan Didion
John Abizaid
John Burns

This fall, the Montgomery Endowment brings three distinguished individuals to Dartmouth as Montgomery Fellows for the program "America in 2008: Perspectives and Reflections." The Fellows, representing the fields of literature, the military, and journalism, are Joan Didion, author, essayist, and screenwriter; John Abizaid, U.S. Army General (ret.), former Commander of the U.S. Central Command; and John Burns, New York Times London bureau chief.  Didion will be in residence Oct. 6-8; Abizaid, Oct. 13-16; and Burns, Oct. 20-31 to meet with students, faculty, and other members of the College community.  Each Fellow will also present a public lecture during his or her residency: Didion, Oct. 7; Abizaid, Oct. 14; and Burns, Oct. 21. All Montgomery Fellow lectures begin at 4:30 p.m. in Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall.


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Last Updated: 10/7/08