Cynthia Goatley, associate professor of philosophy and religion (319) 273-6270
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CEDAR FALLS, Iowa - 'Iris Murdoch: Social Convention and Neurosis as Obstacles to Freedom' will be the topic of an address at noon, Monday, Oct. 6 in Room 161 of Baker Hall on the University of Northern Iowa campus.
Margaret G. Holland, associate professor of philosophy and religion at UNI, will present the address as the first in this year's CROW (Current Research on Women) Forum series sponsored by the Graduate Program in Women's Studies. It is open to the public and free of charge.
Holland has B.A. and M.A. degrees from Boston College and a Ph. D. degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
The next program in the CROW Forum series will be Monday, Nov. 3 when Leslie Sandra Jones, assistant professor in the UNI Department of Biology, will present 'What Is It About the Culture of Science? The Persistent Under Representation of all Women.'