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Spring Lectures

The University welcomed many distinguished lecturers this past semester. Below is a list of select lectures by speakers who visited us in the spring.

Obama and the World in Historical Perspective, Fredrik
Longevall, Ph.D., John S. Knight Professor of International
Studies, vice provost for international affairs, Cornell University

Nasser’s Egypt & the Origins of the Arab Spring, Jesse
Ferris, Ph.D., vice president for strategy at the Israel Democracy
Institute in Jerusalem

The Emergence of Anti-Liberal Politics in Central Europe,
Ji í Pehe, director of NYU in Prague, political analyst, former chief
political advisor of President Vaclav Havel

An American in Paris: Straddling Two Educational
Cultures, Celeste Schenck, Ph.D., president of the American
University in Paris

The Mutiny on The Bounty: Myth & Fact, Edward R. Leahy
’68, University of Scranton benefactor and professor of law at the
University of Oxford

Faith, Action, Results, Carolyn Woo, Ph.D., president and CEO of
Catholic Relief Services, 125th Anniversary Engaged, Integrated
& Global Lecture Series

The New Anti-Semitism, Alvin Rosenfeld, Ph.D., professor of
English and Jewish studies at Indiana University

Market Exclusion of Poor Farmers in West Bengal, India:
Consequences and Policy Options, Dilip Mookherjee,
Ph.D., Boston University director of the Institute for Economic
Development, 23rd Annual Spring Henry George Lecture

Yinyang: The Way of Ways, Robin Wang, Ph.D., professor
of philosophy and director of Asian Pacific Studies at Loyola
Marymount University, International Women’s Day Lecture

You can view videos of some of these lectures, as well as other lectures and panels, on our YouTube Channel here.

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