LEWISTON, Idaho – Paul E. Lenze, Jr., a senior lecturer at Northern Arizona University, will discuss American Grande Strategy in the Middle East through the decades virtually on Oct. 19 at noon for the 4th annual Moore Honorary Lecture.
Because of COVID-19 precautions, Lenze will gives his talk on Zoom. The presentation, which will focus on U.S. foreign policy and strategy in the Middle East by recent American administrators, is free and open to the public. He will also provide an outlook on how U.S. foreign policy and strategy could involve under a second term of the Trump Administration, or with a Biden Administration.
Lenze was an adjunct professor at LC State in 2005 when he met Moore. He received his Ph.D. from Washington State University. His major research interests include civil-military relations in Islamic countries, American foreign policy, and the Middle East.
The Zoom ID is 928 8829 2391 and the Zoom passcode is 813830 for the presentation.
The Moore Honorary Lecture honors former LC State political science professor Richard Moore and his contributions to the college. Moore worked at LC State for 27 years, 1978-2005, when he retired. He mentored several students and chaired the Faculty Senate and Faculty Association twice, the Social Sciences Division for eight years, and was interim chair for the Nursing & Health Sciences Division. He also served as acting dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.
The lecture is sponsored by the LC State Social Sciences Division.