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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The Cherokee Indians will be the subject of the first “Tuesday Topics” Sept. 12 at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

Dr. Gerald F. Schroedl, assistant professor of anthropology, will lead the discussion, set for 7:30 p.m. in the University Center Shiloh Room.

The talk is the first of seven Tuesday Topics, a public service program featuring College of Arts and Sciences faculty speakers.

Tennessee’s bicentennial anniversary is the theme for this year’s presentations, which (by date, topic and speaker) include:

* Oct. 10 — A political portrait of Tennessee, Dr. Bill Lyons, political science department head and professor.

* Nov. 14 — Tennessee presidents and the Jacksonian legacy, Dr. Wayne Cutler, research professor and director of the Tennessee Presidents Fund.

* Jan. 9 — The Civil War in Tennessee, Dr. Stephen V. Ash, assistant professor of history.

* Feb. 13 — Wildflowers in Tennessee, Dr. B. Eugene Wofford, herbarium director.

* March 12 — The three regions of Tennessee, their land and people, Dr. Sidney R. Jumper, professor, and Dr. Leonard W. Brinkman Jr., associate professor, both in geography.

* April 9 — Tennessee writers, Dr. Allison R. Ensor, English professor.

Complimentary parking is available in the University Center parking garage on Stadium Drive. For more information, contact the College of Arts and Sciences office of academic outreach at 615-974-4676.