Past Lampros Lecture Events
 

 

For more information contact the Department of History at 801-626-6706

2013

DR. WALTER JOHNSON 
Winthrop Professor of History, African, and African-American Studies
Harvard University
“River of Dark Dreams: Slavery and Imperialism in the Mississippi Valley ”

2012

DR. CRAIG L. SYMONDS
Professor Emeritus, U.S. Naval Academy
“Lincoln as Commander-in-Chief: Three Examples”

     2011     

DR. WILLIAM W. FREEHLING
Senior Fellow, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
“Excruciating Labor:
How the Seccessionist Minority of Southerners Broke Up the Union”

2010

DR. DONALD STOKER
Professor of Strategy & Politics, U.S. Naval War College
“The Grand Design: Strategy and the U.S. Civil War”

2008

Professor George C. Rable
University of Alabama
"God as General: Was There a Religious History of the American Civil War?" 

2007

James S. Robbins
Trinity University
"Last in Their Class: The Goats of West Point and the American Civil War"

2006

Michael Holt
University of Virginia
"A Time of Uncertainty: The Civil War Era and America's Two-Party System"

2005

Howard Jones
University of Alabama
"Toward a More Perfect Union: Lincoln and the Death of Slavery"

2004

Carol Reardon
Penn State University
"Pickett's Charge in American Memory"

2003

David Brion Davis
Yale University
"Some New Thoughts on Events Leading to the Civil War"

2002

William C. Davis
Virginia Tech
"A New Look at Confederate Democracy"

2001

Eric Foner
Columbia University
"The Civil War, Reconstruction, and the Meaning of American Freedom"

2000

James M. McPherson
Princeton University
"Was Blood Thicker than Water? Ethnic and Civic Nationalism in the Civil War"

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