Reflections on Stewart Lee Udall: A Panel Discussion about Udall as a Lawyer, Author and Supporter of the Arts (lecture)
Date: May 3, 2011
Times: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Special Collections
Contact: Chrystal Carpenter
Among notable Arizona politicians, Stewart Lee Udall enjoys a unique and enduring legacy. You are invited to join a special panel presentation that explores Udall through three lenses: as a lawyer, author, and a supporter of the arts.
Cheryl Knott Malone, Associate Professor, UA School of Information Resources & Library Science, will explore Udall's contributions as an author
L. Boyd Finch, author, Legacies of Camelot: Stewart and Lee Udall, American Culture, and the Arts, will address Udall's impact on the arts
Charles Ares, J. Byron McCormick Professor Emeritus and Special Advisor to the UA Rogers College of Law, will share his memories of practicing law with Stewart Lee Udall and Morris Udall
This is the final lecture of the spring series being held in conjunction with the exhibit "I’m For Stew: The Life and Legacy of Stewart Lee Udall" on display in Special Collections through June 15.