Talk of Revolution on PSU campus
MEDIA A Revolutionary War enthusiast who will discuss troop movements in what are now Delaware and Chester Counties will kick off next year's annual speaker series at Penn State Brandywine, the school announced Monday.
On Jan. 22, Pennsylvania State University alumnus Sean Moir, president of the Western Heritage Mapping company, will speak on what became known as "the Philadelphia Campaign of 1777." His presentation will include animated maps.
Also lined up for the series is Kenneth Womack, an administrator and English professor at Penn State Altoona. He will deliver a presentation Feb. 13 about the Beatles and their artistic evolution. On Feb. 27, Andrew Douglas of the Bryn Mawr Film Institute will speak on the Academy Awards, and jazz musician Glenn E. Williams and the Jazz Trio will perform on April 10.
The events begin at 6 p.m. in the main building of the Media campus and are free and open to the public. - Inquirer staff