Published: May 24, 2006 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail The Alumni College at the University of Colorado at Boulder will examine issues surrounding the topic “Liberty, Security and Repression in Wartime, 1914 to present” in three sessions June 15-17. The three sessions, to meet in various classrooms throughout campus, will address World War I and World War II, the Cold War, Vietnam and the war on terror. The college will begin June 15 at 5 p.m. with a reception and registration at the Boulderado Hotel, 2115 13th St., in downtown Boulder. Registration will be followed at 6 p.m. by keynote speaker Geoffrey Stone, professor of law and former dean of the law school and provost at the University of Chicago. Dinner will follow the keynote at 7 p.m. CU President Hank Brown and arts and sciences and law deans Todd Gleeson and David Getches also will attend. Registration is $62 for Alumni Association members and $92 for nonmembers. The opening dinner, breaks and advance reading materials are all included. Deadline for registration is June 9. Panel discussions will be led by CU faculty Professor Barbara Engel, Associate Professor Martha Hanna, Professor Robert Schulzinger and Professor Thomas Zeiler, of the history department; Professor Richard Collins, Professor Robert Nagel and Associate Professor Paul Ohm of the law school; and Professor Edward Greenberg and Lecturer Michael Kanner of political science. The Alumni College is a collaboration between the CU-Boulder Alumni Association, the College of Arts and Sciences, the CU School of Law, the CU history department and the History Advisory Board. For more information call the CU-Boulder Alumni Association at (303) 492-8484.