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French Professor, Author Visit OWU as Woodrow Wilson Fellow


January 26, 2001

DELAWARE, OHIO -- From Jan. 29 to Feb. 2, the 2001 Woodrow Wilson Fellow and speaker, Professor Frederic Bozo, will be on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus to attend classes and have lunch or dinner with professors and/or students. The International Studies program is also sponsoring the event. Bozo will present a lecture titled "The U.S. and the European Union: What Future for the Atlantic Alliance?" on Wednesday, Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. in the Benes Room of Hamilton-Williams Campus Center. He plans to lecture, answer questions, and participate in classes covering foreign policy, French language and culture, human rights, women's issues, and business ethics.

Bozo currently teaches contemporary history and international relations at the University of Nantes in France. In addition, he is a senior associate at the Institut Francais des Relations Internationals (IFRI), where he focuses his research on European and transatlantic security issues, particularly NATO and French foreign policy. He earned a PhD in contemporary history from the University of Paris X and a Habilitation from the University of Paris III. Bozo has authored several books, including Two Strategies for Europe: De Gaulle, the United States and the Atlantic Alliance and La France et l'OTAN.

The Woodrow Wilson Fellowship program brings leaders from a variety of fields to liberal arts campuses across the country for a week of class visits, lectures, and informal discussions with students and faculty.

For more information, contact Dr. Sean Kay at 740-368-3866 or sikay@owu.edu, or Melissa Schaub at 740-369-7190 or mbschaub@hotmail.com.