Kennesaw State University invites you to attend the 3rd Annual Paul and Beverly Radow Lecture for a discussion of contemporary challenges and responses to terrorism.
Many people, including reporters, politicians, and commentators, focus on the incident itself and its aftermath. In his lecture, Dr. Friedmann investigates the importance of understanding the ideology and context of terrorism as well as the motives that drive terrorists. In doing so, Dr. Friedmann invites attendees to examine ways to challenge its incitement. Funded by Norman Radow, co-sponsored by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books.
Dr. Robert R. Friedmann is founding director of the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange and Professor Emeritus of Criminal Justice at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies.