The Fettuccine Forum
The Fettuccine Forum is a free public lecture series on six First Thursdays throughout the academic year. Founded by college in 1989, the forum began in Noodles Italian Restuarant on Boise's Main Street (hence the "fettuccine"). In 2004 Professor Todd Shallat and Mayor Dave Bieter revived the forum as a First Thursday event.
The Left, the Right: Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party
October 4 | Moderated by Greg Hahn-
Japanese-Americans, Internment Camps and the Forgotten Bill of Rights
November 1 | Presented by David Adler, PhD-
Memory and History: Inclusion and Exclusion in Public Commemoration
February 7 | Presented by Lynn Lubamersky
And the Beat Goes On: Music as a Boise Legacy
March 7 | Presented by Kevin Moran
Remnants of Boise
April 4 | Presented by Brandi Burns and Rich Binsacca
Boise Neighborhoods: A Short History of Place
May 2 | Presented by Tully Gerlach
All Fettuccine Forum presentations are held at the Rose Room in Union Block, 718 West Idaho Street.
Doors open at 5:00 PM. Presentation begins at 5:30 PM.
The Forum also includes a companion workshop, offered for graduate and undergraduate credit. For more information contact Todd Shallat at email@example.com