Oct. 15, 2004
Taylor, American history and psychology teacher at
Olathe South High School in Olathe, Kan., will present the
program "Alternative History: What
You Know is Not Necessarily What Happened" on Friday,
Oct. 29, at 11:45 a.m. at the UPS Auditorium of
the Lincoln Center. The free event is sponsored by the Academic
and Cultural Arts Series at Morningside and is open to the
examines how the media presents to the public major events
such as Pearl Harbor , President John F. Kennedy's assassination,
and the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
in history related to the John F. Kennedy assassination and
was founder and director of the first Kansas Kennedy Assassination
Symposium held in Olathe in 1994. He has published several
articles on the Kennedy assassination for the Assassination
Chronicles, published by JFK Lancer Productions and Publications.
He delivered the keynote address for JFK Lancer at Dealy Plaza
on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the death of Kennedy
and spoke at the 9-11 International Inquiry held this year
in San Francisco and Toronto, Canada. Taylor holds bachelor's
and master's degrees from San Francisco State University and
has done doctoral work at the University of Kansas.