Prof. Charles C. Moskos
'Will There Be a Greek-America in 2050?'

The Greek Heritage Society of Southern California,
The Hellenic University Club of Southern California

and the
The Basil P.CaloyerasCenter
for Modern Greek Studies at

are pleased to have the pre-eminent historian of Greek-Americans
Prof. Charles C. Moskos*
Lecture on
'Will There Be a Greek-America in 2050?'

Date: Saturday, January 29, 2005
Social Hour: 6:00 p.m.
Dinner: 7:00 p.m.
Lecture: 8:00 p.m.
Place: Ahmanson North, Malone Student Center
LoyolaMarymount University
(Upper Campus, Behind the Cafeteria)
Cost: $35 per person (Write checks to "Hellenic University Club")
Send Checks to: Hellenic University Club: P.O. Box 45581
Los Angeles, CA90045-0581

***Reservations are required for this Dinner-Lecture at least 4-days in advance***
For Information: Call Peter at (310) 215-3130 or Antonia at (310) 815-0122.

Charles Moskos is professor emeritus of sociology at Northwestern University. He was born in Chicago of Greek immigrant parents. He received his B.A. at Princeton University in 1956. In 1963, following his military service as a draftee in the combat engineers, he attended the UCLA where he received his Ph.D.

Professor Moskos is the author of several best-selling books and of articles in prestigious periodicals. Areas of interest include military sociology, race/ethnic/minority relations, and Greek Americans. He is also the author of Greek Americans - Struggle and Success, which, together with the late The´dore Saloutos' The Greeks in the United States, represents one of the two seminal books on the history of the Greek immigrants in the US. His work has been translated into 17 languages. In addition, Moskos is the architect of the National Service and Citizenship Act of 1989 developed by the Democratic Leadership Council. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Science)

The LMU Campus is in Westchester, just north of LAX. To get to the campus, exit the 405 Freeway at Jefferson (about 2 miles north of the Airport) and go west. At Lincoln Blvd. turn left and go to LMU Drive where you turn left again. The Security Guard at the Gate will direct you to the MaloneStudentCenter and where to park.