History of Shriber Lecture Speakers
Tenth Annual Shriber Lecture:
"Dr. Catherine Kudlick, Professor of History and Director, Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability, San Francisco State University"
"Protest as Inspiration, Inspiration as Protest: What Can 150 Disabled People in 1977 Teach Activists Today?"
Dr. James M. McPherson, George Henry Davis '86 Professor of History Emeritus, Princeton University
"No Substitute for Victory: The Failure of Peace Negotiations in the Civil War."
8th-April 16, 2015
Dr. Pamela Kyle Crossley Charles and Elfriede Collis Professor of History, Dartmouth College
"Nomad Rulers and the Modern World"
7th-April 25, 2014
Dr. Lauren A. Benton, Professor of History, New York University
"When Tyrants Roamed the Earth: The British Empire and the Politics of Protection"
6th-March 15, 2013
Dr. Eric Foner, DeWitt Clinton Professor of History, Columbia University
“The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery”
Dr. Robert Zieger, Distinguished Emeritus Professor of History, University of Florida
“For Jobs and Freedom: Race and Labor in 20th Century America”
4th-March 31, 2011:
Dr. Donald M.G. Sutherland, Professor of History, University of Maryland
“Urban Lynching and the Radicalization of the French Revolution”
3rd-March 25, 2010:
Dr. David Biale, Emanuel Ringelblum Professor of Jewish History, UC/Davis
“Not in the Heavens: The Tradition of Secular Jewish Thought”
2nd-April 23, 2009:
Dr. Thomas Max Safley, Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania
“Families and fortunes: Economic Reflections on Failure in Early Modern Europe”
1st-May 1, 2008:
Dr. Kenneth T. Jackson, Jacques Barzun Professor of History and the Social Sciences, Columbia
“Empire City: Why New York is Different from the Rest of the United States”