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Marco Institute to Host Symposium on Reconceiving Pre-Modern Spaces

Reconceiving Pre-Modern Spaces is the topic of the eleventh annual Marco Symposium to be hosted by UT’s Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies March 6 through 8. The symposium will feature scholars from various disciplines exploring ways in which pre-modern peoples conceived of space—as a physical reality, philosophical idea, and topic of artistic expression.

Institute for Nuclear Security Distinguished Lecture Draws Protesters

An Institute for Nuclear Security Distinguished Lecture on the Y-12 National Security Complex’s Uranium Processing Facility project drew protesters and ninety registered attendees. John Eschenberg, federal director of the UPF project, spoke about the major National Nuclear Security Administration modernization and construction effort that will replace the decaying Manhattan Project era uranium building.