OSA will host a presentation in film and discussion on Nov. 21 on the legacy of John F. Kennedy—a legacy involving issues of global conflict resolution, world peace, nuclear arms, and political leadership. The event will include screenings of one feature-length film, 13 Days, excerpts from related films, and a panel discussion. The discussion will be led by CEU President and Rector John Shattuck, former CEO of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and former U.S. ambassador and assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights and labor. Joining him will be Sandra Ristovska, visiting research fellow at the School of Public Policy’s Center for Media and Communication Studies, who researches the role of video in public discourse and policy deliberations, and Peter Almond, film producer and former fellow in film studies at Yale University, who produced 13 Days and Virtual JFK and served as consulting producer for The Armageddon Letters. For more information, see http://www.osaarchivum.org/events/JFK50-KENNEDY-NOW.