Lecture and seminar series, Spring 2008

Tuesday 5 February 2008 

Dr. Sandra Scanlon (School of History, University College Dublin)
‘The Pro-war Movement in the United States during the Vietnam War’
5.15 pm, Room 207, 2 University Gardens

Friday 8 February 2008

Professor W. Scott Lucas (American Studies, University of Birmingham), plenary lecture of Scottish Association for American Studies
‘Shifting the Gorilla: American Studies and the De-Centring of “America”’
1.30 pm, Hetherington Research Club, 13 University Gardens

Wednesday 27 February 2008

Professor James Dunkerley (Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London)
‘Americas Plural: Old Wine in New Bottles’
5.15pm, Room 208, 2 University Gardens

Wednesday 12 March 2008

Dr. Glenn Adamson (Victoria and Albert Museum)
‘Thinking through Thinking Through Craft’
5.15pm, Room 208, 2 University Gardens

Thursday 17 April  2008

Professor Vincent Carretta (University of Maryland) - Eighth Annual Gordon Lecture in American Studies
‘Reading Equiano Reading Milton (and Others): Poetry in the Service of History’
5.15pm, Room 203, 10 University Gardens

Thursday 15 May 2008

Mr. Jeffrey Weinberg (Executive Office of the President)
‘The Legislative Presidency: Insights for the 44th President’
5.15pm, Room 208, 2 University Gardens

We are grateful to the Embassy of the United States for their support of this lecture and seminar series.

For further information please contact Dr. Marina Moskowitz, Associate Director of the Andrew Hook Centre for American Studies: tel. 0141-330-2962  email m.moskowitz@history.arts.gla.ac.uk