1982-1983 Institute Fellows Lectures
All events take place from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Burton J. Bledstein, Dept. of History
"Character, Confidence, and Conscience: Middle Class Values in the 19th-Century America"
Gerald Dworkin, Dept. of Philosophy
"The Nature and Value of Autonomy: Applied and Theoretical"
Bentley Gilbert, Dept. of History
"The Life of David Lloyd George"
Chadwick Hansen, Dept. of English
"White Attitudes Toward Black Music"
David P. Jordan, Dept. of History
"Memoirs of the Survivors of the French Revolution"
Boyd Keenan, Dept. of Political Science
"The First Amendment: Creativity Amidst Political, Scientific, and Technological Change"
Michael Lieb, Dept. of English
"The Milieu and Literary Impact of the Throne-Chariot of Ezekiel"
Gene W. Ruoff, Dept. of English
"A Dialogue of Forms: Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the Major Lyrics of 1802-1804"
Natalie Crohn Schmitt, Dept. of Communication and Theatre
"An Aesthetic Interpretation of the City"
Marie-Odile Sweetser, Dept. of French
"Creativity and Community in the Works of La Fontaine"