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Academic Lectures

Braniff Salon: A Tradition of Conviviality

The Braniff Salon brings faculty, students and visitors together to discuss a work of literature, a work of art or a cultural happening. The discussion is led by a panel of UD faculty and the occasion is leavened by wine and food, with conversation lasting as long as wine and social energy avail.


The annual event is hosted by The Braniff School of Liberal Arts, The Braniff Graduate Student Association, and the Office of Alumni Relations at the University of Dallas.

Landregan Lecture

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