Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Lecture on the LDS Church in Indonesia

If anyone is bored with nothing to do on a Thursday afternoon you may want to consider the following: Lecture on the History of the LDS Church in Indonesia on September 27th at 2:00 pm. The public is invited to attend.

House of Learning Lecture Series. Fall Semester 2007. Harold B. Lee Library at BYU
All lectures are Thursdays at 2:00pm in the HBLL Auditorium.

Thursday 13 September — Orson Scott Card

Thursday 27 September — Professor Chad Emmett, Department of Geography, "Taking Root: The Growth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Indonesia"

Thursday 11 October — Brad Westwood, Special Collections, "2D Dreams & 3D Realities: Campus Planning & Architecture at BYU, 1875-1975"

Thursday 25 October—Professor W Spencer Guthrie, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering

Thursday 1 November — Alice Louise Reynolds Lecture — Professor Martha Peacock, Department of Visual Arts

Thursday 15 November — Professor Mark Choate, Department of History, "Berlin Airlift and the Projection of American Military Power"


  1. No doubt they picked the right guy to present on Indonesia. Can we expect at least a batik tie? I'm going to have to change my travel plans for that week. Are there any rules in place that restrict autograph seekers?

  2. Will this be broadcast on BYU-TV? If not, can I call in and request that it is?

  3. Where do you park to get to the Harold B. Lee Library? I doubt we'll need extra room for the bells we will be wearing when we get there. We are glad you "chose" the 27th because neither of us can come on the 20th.

  4. The best place to park is at the Museum of Art visitor parking on the northeast side of campus. From there walk southwest to the glass pyramid entrance to the library (west of the Wilkinson student center). The auditorium is down two flights at the bottom of the glass enclosed atrium. If you want to come early we could meet for lunch at 12:30 at the Museum of Art cafe. If there is time you can visit the Minerva Teichert exhibit.

    If I find out about a broadcast on BYU-TV, I'll let you know. Otherwise you'll just have to wait for the book.


  5. If it's ok with you, Chad, I'll wait for the movie version.