Spring 2015:

April 22. Public Lecture by Max Brooks (bestselling author of World War Z and The Zombie Survival Guide), "The Harlem Hellfighters" - 6:30pm, Lanier Auditorium, Texas Tech University School of Law (co-sponsored by the Honors College, College of Media & Communication, and the Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center)

April 13: Guest Lecture by Dr. Liliana Perez-Miguel (Mayers Fellow-Huntington Library, CA; Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru), "Y fueron a valer mas ...": Spanish Female Emigration in Sixteenth-Century Peru" - 4:00pm, Qualia Room, Foreign Languages Building

April 2: Guest Lecture by Dr. Peter Fritzshe (University of Illinois), "Moral Choices in the Third Reich" - 4:30pm, Escondido Theatre, Student Union Building

February 26th: Guest Lecture by Dr. Elena Vladimirovna Ivanova (Museum and art educator in the former Soviet Union, in today's Russia, and in the United States) "Museum Education on Two Continents" - 12:00 pm, Museum of Texas Tech University, Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium (Sponsored by the Museum and Heritage Students Association of Texas Tech University)

February 20: 30th Annual Charles L. Wood Agricultural History Lecture, "Seeds of Discord: Agricultural Implications of Modern Warfare" by Lisa Brady (Boise State University) - 7pm, Escondido Theatre, Student Union Building

February 12: Guest Lecture by Angela Davis (Professor and Social Equality Activist), "Mass Incarceration and Criminalization in the United States" - 7pm, Museum of Texas Tech University, Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium (African American History Month Lecture Series)

February 5: Guest Lecture by Tavis Smiley (New York Times Bestselling Author and Award-Winning Broadcaster), "Death of a King." - 7pm, Museum of Texas Tech University, Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium (African American History Month Lecture Series) 

January 20: Tour and Panel Discussion, "Collecting, Preserving, and Exhibiting African American History and Culture: Insights." - 6pm, Museum of Texas Tech University, Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium

Fall 2014:

November 19: Guest Lecture by James Koranyi (Durham University), "Across the Carpathians: British Travelers and Local Voices, 1860-1914." - 6pm, 105 Foreign Language Building

November 14: European Studies "Brown Bag" discussion on Putin, Crimea and the Ukraine, and the State of Russian Affairs, with Dr. Veronique Jobert (Universite Paris-Sorbonne, Paris IV), 12pm, 40 Holden Hall

October 29: Film Screening and Public Discussion, "Blood" with Director Alina Rudnitskaya - 6pm, International Cultural Center (co-sponsored by Russian Club, Department of International Affairs, Department of Classical & Modern Languages & Literature, and the Department of History)

October 27: History Graduate Student Organization (HGSO) "Brown Bag" discussion with Dr. Abigail Swingen (Topic: Applying for Fellowships and Grants." - 12pm, 282 Holden Hall

October 1: Guest Lecture by William D. Carrigan (Rowan University) and Clive Webb (University of Sussex, UK), "The Forgotten Dead: Mob Violence Against Mexicans in the United States, 1848-1928." - 2pm, Formby Room, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library

September 26: Guest Lecture by Amanda Herbert (Christopher Newport University), "Ties that Bind: Women's Alliances in Britain's Early Empire." - 4pm, 38 Holden Hall