Public Figures and the Humanities: My Prince
EDWARD GOULD '65
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1990

Edward Gould, member of the board of trustees of
CMC and chairman of the board of governors of
Gould Center, gives the second lecture in the series,
"Public Figures and the Humanities." This series is
devoted to "chats" by public figures, who will show the
relevancy of the humanities to their careers and
development. Under the title "My Prince," Mr. Gould
discusses Machiavelli's The Prince (1513) and the pertinence of
Machiavelli's arguments in the modern world.

Mr. Gould, a private investor, graduated from CMC
with a degree in political science in 1965 and from
Northwestern University with an MBA in 1967. He
became vice president at First National Bank of Chicago
in 1977, and has also been in charge of Citicorp
Securities in Los Angeles. Mr. Gould has been active in
the CMC Alumni Association and became a member of
the College's board of trustees in 1988.

At the Gould Center for Humanistic Studies, Mr.
Gould has encouraged the growth of its curricular
interests, in particular the new Gould seminar, which
this semester is titled "Diversity in America."

Please join us in welcoming a Renaissance gentleman-Ed Gould-alumnus, trustee, educator, and businessman. If you wish to join us for dinner, please fill out the
reservation form.