(Harvard University), "Poor Richard's Poor Jane" (November).
(Brown University), "Empire of Liberty: A History of the Early
Republic, 1789-1815." The Donald A. Yerxa Lecture in History (November).
Thomas S. Kidd
(Baylor University), “God of Liberty: A Religious History of the
American Revolution.” The Donald S. Metz Lecture in American Christian
Friedman (Harvard University), "Love’s Prophet: The Lives of Erich
Schulman (Boston University), “Thunder on the Right: The Rise of
Conservatism in Postwar America” (October).
Hank Klibanoff, “The Race
Beat: Then & Now” (October).
Cox Richardson (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), “Wounded Knee:
Gilded Age Economics and the Road to an American Massacre” (September).
Wyatt-Brown (Johns Hopkins, University of Florida), "Murder by Duel:
The Historian as Expert Witness" (April).
(Duke Divinity School), “Everyday Religion: A Virginia Anglican Case
Marsden (Visiting Professor, Harvard Divinity School) "What Would
Jonathan Edwards Have to Say to Twenty-First-Century America?"
Sponsored by the DeFreitas Foundation and the History Department
Hackett Fischer (Brandeis University) "Champlain's Dream." Sponsored by
the ENC History Department and the Historical Society.
Brendan McConville (Boston University) "States of Minds: Constitutional
Change and the Struggles to Create New States in the Era of the
Wilfred M. McClay (SunTrust Bank Chair of Excellence in Humanities at
the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga) "Is There Moral Progress in
History? Three Christian Views." Sponsored by the History Department
and The Historical Society.
Charles Marsh (Professor of Religious Studies, University of Virginia),
"Building Beloved Community: The Christian Call to Humanity." Sponsored
by the DeFreitas Foundation and the History Department.
(Professor of American Religious History at Barnard College, Columbia
University) "God in the White House: Faith and the Modern Presidency."
Sponsored by the DeFreitas Foundation and the History Department.
Grant Wacker (Professor of Church History, Duke Divinity School) "Billy
Graham's America." Sponsored by the DeFreitas Foundation and the
Prothero (Chair of the Department of Religion at Boston
"Religious Literacy in the United States." Sponosored by the DeFreitas
Foundation and the History Department.
Orsi (Charles Warren Professor of the History of Religion in
America, Harvard Divinity School) “The Dangerous Imaginations of
Catholic Children in Mid-20th Century U.S.” With additional
support from the DeFreitas Foundation.
Owen Gingerich (Professor Emeritus of Astronomy and History of Science
at Harvard University) “Proof and Persuasion: How Galileo Changed the
Rules of Science”
Bertram Wyatt-Brown (Richard J. Milbauer Emeritus Professor of History,
University of Florida, and Visiting Scholar, Johns Hopkins University)
“Honor in the American South and the Middle East”
Felipe Fernandez-Armesto (Prince of Asturias Professor in the
Department of History, Tufts University) “Amerigo Vespucci and the
Naming of America, 500 Years After”
“Origins Roundtable.” Participants include: Ronald Numbers (Hilldale
Professor of the History of Science and Medicine, University of
Wisconsin-Madison); Jon Roberts (Professor of History, Boston
University); Karl Giberson (Eastern Nazarene College); Donald Yerxa
(Eastern Nazarene College)
Jeremy Black (University
of Exeter) "The Politics of James Bond."
Ward (University of Florida Professor of History) "Bigger Than
More Popular Than Jesus: The Beatles, Race, Religion and the American
H. Roberts (Boston University Professor of History) "The Inward
in American Protestant Thought, 1870-1940"
Hackett Fischer (University Professor and Warren Professor of
at Brandeis University) "Deep Change: Rhythms of American History"
Walls (Emeritus, University of Edinburgh) "Christians as Historians"
McGrath (University of Oxford) "The King James Bible"
(Intercollegiate Studies Institute) "The Protestant Reformation and the
History of the West"
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) "The Relationship of History to
the Natural and Social Sciences"
Jeremy Black (University
of Exeter) "War, Technology, and the Rise of the West, 1450-2003:
McClay (University of Tennessee at Chattanooga) "The Persistent
of American History"
(Southwestern State University) "Rethinking Home: A Case for Writing
W. Etulain (University of New Mexico) "Beyond Conflict; Toward
C. Mansfield (Harvard University) "What Tocqueville Says to
(Boston University) "America's Grand Strategy"
R. Coll (U.S. Naval War College) "The U.S. in a Changing
(University of Edinburgh) "Two Millennia of Christian Expansion and the
Problem of the Third"
Fischer (Brandeis University) "The Revival of History"
John Lukacs (Chestnut
Hill College) "The History of History"
L. Jaki (Seton Hall University; Gifford lecturer; Templeton Prize
"Six Days or One Big Bang?"
A. N. Hale (University of Stellenbosch) "The Truth and
Larson (University of Georgia; Pulitzer Prize winner) "The Scopes
and the Evolving Concept of Freedom"
Jacob (UCLA) "The Truth of Newton's Science and the Truth of
McClay (Tulane University) "Is America an Experiment?"
(Foreign Policy Research Institute) "From Plato to Nato"
Von Laue (Clark University) "History for the New Millennium"
(Boston College) "Who is the Real Dracula?"
Stewart (Hillsdale College) "Rebellion, Conspiracy, and Espionage:
Alterations of French Cultural Identity in the Reign of Louis XIV"
M. Fowler, Jr. (Northeastern University; director, Massachusetts
Society) "Reflections on History"
Lamberts Bendroth (co-director, Pew Foundation's Women and the
Protestantism Project) "Gender, Feminism, and the Task of the Christian
(University of Massachusetts, Boston) "Can We Be Good Without God?
Yerdon (director, Hancock Shaker Village) "Opportunities in Public
(professor actor) "Look What I Did with a History Degree!"
Bangs (former chief curator, Plimoth Plantation; director, Leiden
Pilgrim Museum) "Archival Research Opportunities in Europe and America"
Freeze (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) "History and
K. Bishop (Gordon College) "Ancient, Medieval, and Modern: Toward a
Reconceptualization of the Past"