Lecture: Out of the Nuclear Shadow: Scientists and the Struggle Against the Bomb

The Oregon State University Libraries cordially invite you to a free public
lecture by scientist and peace activist Dr. Zia Mian, which will take place
in Portland on the evening of April 21st, 2014.  Mian is visiting Oregon to
accept the eighth Linus Pauling Legacy Award, which is granted every two
years to an individual who has achieved in an area once of interest to Dr.
Linus Pauling (1901-1994).

◦What: “Out of the Nuclear Shadow: Scientists and the Struggle Against
the Bomb.” Linus Pauling Legacy Award Lecture by Dr. Zia Mian. Free and
open to the public.
◦When: Monday, April 21, 2014; 7:30 PM
◦Where: Oregon Historical Society Museum, 1200 SW Park Ave., Portland,

For more information, please contact the OSU Libraries Special Collections &
Archives Research Center at scarc@oregonstate.edu

About the Speaker:
Zia Mian directs the Project on Peace and Security in South Asia, at the
Program on Science and Global Security. The editor of numerous books, his
research and teaching focuses on nuclear weapons and nuclear energy policy,
especially in Pakistan and India, and on issues of nuclear disarmament and
peace. He has also produced two documentary films, “Pakistan and India Under
the Nuclear Shadow” (2001) and “Crossing the Lines: Kashmir, Pakistan, India”
(2004). He is Co-Editor of Science & Global Security, an international
journal of technical analysis for arms control, disarmament and
nonproliferation policy. He is also a member of the International Panel on
Fissile Materials (IPFM).


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