Texas Tech University

Spring 2019 Guest Lecturers 

LECTURE SERIES EVENTS IN 2018:
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All Fall 2018 Events

  • SEP 06

     

    Dr. Anne Rathbone Bradley

     

    Academic Director and the George and Sally Mayer Fellow for Economic Education of The Fund for American Studies

    "The Political Economy of Terrorism: Economic Freedom as the Counter-Measure"


  • SEP 13

     

    Dr. William B. Allen

     

    Emeritus, Dean and Professor, Michigan State University
    and current Visiting Professor of Conservative Thought and Policy, University of Colorado

    "Conscience: The Basis of Liberty, Character, and Civilization"
    The U.S. Constitution and American Civic Culture Lecture Series


Ryan Hackenbracht
TTU Assistant Professor, Department of English
"Holy Disobedience, Compulsory Liberty: Hobbes, Locke, and the Biblical Right to Be Bad"

Stacey Jocoy
TTU Associate Professor of Musicology, School of Music
"From Yankee Doodle Dandy to Hamilton: Music that Makes the Nation"

Erin Marie Legacey
TTU Assistant Professor, Department of History 
"The Dead and the Founding of the French Revolution"

Sydnor Roy
TTU Assistant Professor of Classics, Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures
"Lawgivers or Tyrants: Plutarch's Lives and the Contested Status of the 'Founding Fathers' in Revolutionary -era America" 

  • SEP 19

     

    Dr. Bruce Brasington

     

    Professor of History at West Texas A&M University

     "Lost Causes and Impossible Loyalties: An Apology for the Middle Ages"


  • OCT 04

     

    Dr. Jamsheed Choksy

     

    Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington

     The Phi Beta Kappa Society Visiting Scholar Program


  • OCT 15

     

    Ambassador Chase Untermeyer

     

    Former United States Ambassador to Qatar

     "Qatar: Maverick of the Middle East"


  • OCT 24

     

    Dr. Paul Hollander

     

    Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Massachusetts Amherst

    "Political Hero Worship: Intellectuals, Non-Intellectuals and the Problems of Modernity" 


  • NOV12

     

    Dr. Jay Winter

     

    Charles J. Stille Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University

    "The Second Great War, 1917-1923"
    The Shadow of the Great War Lecture Series


Dr. Jen Shelton
TTU Associate Professor, Department of English
Thursday, November 8th    

Dr. Richard Lutjens
TTU Assistant Professor, Department of History 
Wednesday, November 14th 

Dr. Allison Whitney
TTU Associate Professor, Department of English
Thursday, November 15th  

Dr. Michael Fredrick Rollin
TTU Instructor, Department of History
Tuesday, November 20th 

  • NOV27

     

    Dr. Bruce Gilley

     

    Professor of Political Science at Portland State University

    "The Case for Colonialism"