Alan Soble, “We All Know What Sex Is,” March 31, 2006

Alan Soble
Alan Soble speaks in Pruyne Lecture Hall on Friday, March 31, 2006.

Alan Soble, University Research Professor and professor of philosophy at the University of New Orleans, gave a talk titled “We All K

Robert Brustein '47, "Territorial Art: The Politics of Adaptation," March 31, 2006

Robert Brustein '47
Robert Brustein '47 speaks in Holden Theater on Friday, March 31, 2006.

J. David Velleman, "So It Goes," March 9, 2006

Todd Gitlin, "Whose Flag Is It? Liberal Patriotism in a Conservative Age,” March 6, 2006

Todd Gitlin
Todd Gitlin speaks in the Pruyne Lecture Hall on Monday, March 6, 2006.

On Monday, March 6, Todd Gitlin, a professor of journalism and sociology at Columbia University and one of the nation

Joseph E. Stiglitz '64, "The Economic Costs of the Iraq War," March 2, 2006

Joseph E. Stiglitz '64
Joseph E. Stiglitz '64 speaks in the Cole Assembly Room on Thursday, March 2, 2006.
On Thursday, March 2, 2006, Joseph E.

Hugh Price '63, "Ask What You Can Do for Your Country: Answering John F. Kennedy's Call to Service," February 24, 2006

Hugh Price '63
Hugh Price '63
(Photo by Charlie Quigg '09)
On Friday, Feb.

Jonathan Kozol, "The Shame of Our Nation: Schools Still Separate and Unequal in America," February 20, 2006

Jonathan Kozol
Jonathan Kozol speaks in Johnson Chapel on Monday, Feb. 20, 2006.
On Monday, Feb.

Francis Bok, "21st Century: Living Proof," February 23, 2006

Francis Bok
Francis Bok
(Photo by Charlie Quigg '09)
On Thursday, Feb.

Robert Jay Lifton, "Americans as Survivors—Vietnam and Iraq": Lecture and Panel Discussion, November 9 and 10, 2004

Robert Jay Lifton spoke on "Americans as Survivors—Vietnam and Iraq" on Nov. 9, 2004. The following day, Anthony W. Marx, Amherst College president, and Gerald Fink '62, founding member of the Whitehead Institute and American Cancer Society Professor of Genetics at MIT, joined Lifton for a discussion of national security and academic freedom.

William Kristol and Joseph S. Nye, "America in the World: Hard vs. Soft Power," October 27, 2004

William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard, and Joseph S. Nye of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University spoke on "America in the World: Hard vs. Soft Power," in a free public lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 8 p.m. in the Cole Assembly Room at Converse Hall at Amherst College. The Victor S. Johnson Lecture Fund and the Office of the President at Amherst sponsored this lecture, which was moderated by Amherst College President Anthony W. Marx.

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