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Upcoming Events Schedule

  • JAN25

     

    Dr. John Walbridge

     

    Professor and Director of Graduate Studies for the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at Indiana University

    "Did Something Go Wrong? Science, Philosophy and the Fate of Reason in Islam"

    Location: 5:30pm, Escondido Theater, Located in the Student Union Building


  • FEB08

     

    Dr. Peter Dear

     

    Professor of Science & Technology Studies at Cornell University

    Science Week

    "Who Cares About the Scientific Revolution?"

    Location: 6:00pm, Human Sciences Building, Room 169


  • "Science Week" Sub Lectures:
    Bruce Clarke, Professor of Literature and Science at Texas Tech University
    "Anachronism in Science Fiction and Science: The Case of H.G. Wells"
    February 6, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. - English Philosophy Building Room 201 
     

    Barbara Hahn, Associate Professor of History at Texas Tech University
    "Technology in the Industrial Revolution"
    February 6, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. - Philosophy Building Room 163 


    David Larmour, Horn Professor of Classics at Texas Tech University
    "Science & Literature"
    Time and Location to be Determined 


    Joel Velasco, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Texas Tech University
    "Science and Testability"
    February 8, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. - Philosophy Building Room 163


    Richard Meek, Professor of Bassoon and Music Theory at Texas Tech University
    "Science & Acoustics"
    February 8, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. - Location to be Determined  

    Patricia Maloney, Professor of Sociology at Texas Tech University
    "Sociology - An Art or Science?"
    Time and Location to be Determined  

  • FEB22

     

    Dr. Lawrence M. Mead

     

    Professor of Politics at New York University

    "Burdens of Freedom: Cultural Roots of American Power"

    Location: 5:30pm, Escondido Theater, Located in the Student Union Building


  • MARCH22

     

    Dr. Alexander Beecroft

     

    Professor in the Classics and Comparative Literature Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of South Carolina 

    Location: 5:30pm, Escondido Theater, Located in the Student Union Building


  • APRIL05

     

    Dr. Paul Cantor

     

    Clifton Waller Barrett Professor of Comparative Literature, Renaissance, and Romanticism at the University of Virginia

    "William Shakespeare and the Roots of Western Civilization" 

    Location: 5:30pm, Escondido Theater, Located in the Student Union Building


  • APRIL19

     

    Dr. James W. Ceaser

     

    Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia

    "James Madison: The Founder of American Founding"

    Location: 5:30pm, Senate Room, Located in the Student Union Building


  • SEP 12

     

    Dr. William B. Allen

     

    Professor of Political Philosophy and Dean of James Madison College at Michigan State University

    "Conscience: The Basis of Liberty, Character, and Civilization"

    Location: 5:30pm - Room to be Determined


  • NOV12

     

    Dr. Jay Winter

     

    Charles J. Stille Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University

    "Great War Week"

    Location: 5:30pm, Escondido Theater, Located in the Student Union Building


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TTU Phi Beta Kappa Events: 

Price Fishback 
"War: What is it Good For?"
Feburary 15, 2018
6:00 p.m. 
Rawls College of Business Rm. 105
Recent ISWC Events:

The Institute for the Study of Western Civilization