Speakers 1970-1979

December 18, 1979 James Samuel Coleman, University Professor, Department of Sociology and Member, Committee on Public Policy Studies, "Policy, Research and Political Theory"
June 16, 1979 William Julius Wilson, Professor and Chairman, Department of Sociology, "Dilemmas of Social Progress"
June 15, 1979 William Julius Wilson, Professor and Chairman, Department of Sociology, "Dilemmas of Social Progress"
March 23, 1979 Alan Gewirth, Edward Carson Waller Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Philosophy, "Universality and the University"
December 15, 1978 Norman Harry Nachtreib, Professor, Department of Chemistry, the James Franck Institute, and the College, "The Purposes of a University"
October 6, 1978 Hanna Dorothea Holborn Gray, President of the University, "The Inaugural Address"
September 1, 1978 Keith Michael Baker, Professor, Department of History, Morris Fishbein Center for the Study of Science and Medicine, Committee on the Conceptual Foundations of Science, and the College; Master, Social Sciences Collegiate Division; and Associate Dean of the College and of the Division of the Social Sciences, "Memory, Judgment, Choice"
June 10, 1978 Philip B. Kurland, William R. Kenan, Jr., Distinguished Service Professor, the College, and Professor, Law School, "Lament for Camelot"
June 9, 1978 Philip B. Kurland, William R. Kenan, Jr., Distinguished Service Professor, the College, and Professor, Law School, "Lament for Camelot"
March 17, 1978 Rory W. Childers, Professor, Department of Medicine, "The Affirming Flame"
December 9, 1977 Neil Harris, Professor, Department of History, "Boundaries"
November 14, 1977 Charles Brenton Huggins, William B. Ogden Distinguished Service Professor, Ben May Laboratory for Cancer Research, "The Cultivation of Excellence"
August 26, 1977 Helen Lorna Puttkammer Straus, Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy and the College; Dean of Students in the College, Dean of College Admissions, Associate Dean of the College, "Explanations"
June 11, 1977 Jonathan Zittell Smith, William Benton Professor of Religion and Human Sciences in the College, Master of the Humanities Collegiate Division, and Associate Dean of the College; Professor, Divinity School; and Professor, Department of New Testament and Early Christian Literature and Associate Dean of the Division of the Humanities, "Birds, Beasts, and Stubborn Little Stones"
June 10, 1977 Jonathan Zittell Smith, William Benton Professor of Religion and Human Sciences in the College, Master of the Humanities Collegiate Division, and Associate Dean of the College; Professor, Divinity School; and Professor, Department of New Testament and Early Christian Literature and Associate Dean of the Division of the Humanities, "Birds, Beasts, and Stubborn Little Stones"
March 18, 1977 Philip Wesley Jackson, David Lee Shillinglaw Distinguished Service Professor, Departments of Education and Behavioral Sciences; Chairman, Department of Education; and Member, Committee on Public Policy Studies, "Ceremonious Words"
December 10, 1976 Edgar Gustavus Epps, Marshall Field IV Professor, Department of Education, "Research and Social Policy"
August 27, 1976 Edward Weil Rosenheim, Professor, Department of English Language and Literature and the College, "Town and Gown"
June 12, 1976 Charles Ernest Oxnard, Professor, Departments of Anatomy and Anthropology, Committee on Evolutionary Biology, and the College, and Dean of the College, "The Curmudgeon Correspondence: Letters from an Old Don to a Young Professor"
June 11, 1976 Charles Ernest Oxnard, Professor, Departments of Anatomy and Anthropology, Committee on Evolutionary Biology, and the College, and Dean of the College, "The Curmudgeon Correspondence: Letters from an Old Don to a Young Professor"
March 19, 1976 James Moody Gustafson, University Professor, Divinity School, "Obligations to Future Generations"
December 12, 1975 Albert Victor Crewe, Professor, Departments of Physics and Biophysics and Theoretical Biology, Enrico Fermi Institute, and the College, and Dean, Division of the Physical Sciences, "Did You Get What You Came For?"
August 29, 1975 Karl Frederick Morrison, Professor and Chairman, Department of History and Professor, Department of New Testament and Early Christian Literature, "Where are the Prophets?"
June 14, 1975 Martin Emil Marty, Professor and Associate Dean, Divinity School, "Tradition, verb (rare)"
June 13, 1975 Martin Emil Marty, Professor and Associate Dean, Divinity School, "Tradition, verb (rare)"
March 21, 1975 Charles William Wegener, Howard L. Willett Professor, Master of the New Collegiate Division, and Associate Dean of the College, "The Mercy of God and About Twelve Minutes"
November 8, 1974 Karl Joachim Weintraub, Thomas E. Donnelley Professor, Department of History and the College; Chairman, Committee on the History of Culture, and Dean, Division of the Humanities, "A Present of Past Things"
August 30, 1974 Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, Professor, Department of Political Science, and Associate Dean, Division of the Social Sciences, and Professor, Master of the Social Sciences Collegiate Division, and Associate Dean of the College, "Principles and Games: Conduct in the Conduct of Foreign Policy"
June 15, 1974 Wayne Clayson Booth, George M. Pullman Professor, Department of English Language and Literature and the College, and Chairman, Committee of the Analysis of Ideas and the Study of Methods, "Sieves and Sewers: The Open Mind and the University"
June 14, 1974 Wayne Clayson Booth, George M. Pullman Professor, Department of English Language and Literature and the College, and Chairman, Committee of the Analysis of Ideas and the Study of Methods, "Sieves and Sewers: The Open Mind and the University"
March 22, 1974 Nathan Alexander Scott, Jr., Shailer Mathews Professor, Divinity School, and Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, "The Cloud of Unknowing"
December 14, 1973 William Hardy McNeill, Robert A. Milliken Distinguished Service Professor, Department of History, "Rites of Passage"
October 26, 1973 Wayne Clayson Booth, George M. Pullman Professor, Department of English Language and Literature and the College, and Chairman, Committee on the Analysis of Ideas and the Study of Methods, "Knowing in Ceremony"
August 31, 1973 Arnold Warren Ravin, Professor, Departments of Biology and Microbiology, Committees on Evolutionary Biology, Genetics, and the Conceptual Foundations of Science, and the College, "The College and the University in a Pre-Figurative Age"
June 9, 1973 Roger Henry Hildebrand, Dean of the College and Professor, Department of Physics and the Enrico Fermi Institute of Nuclear Studies, "1893"
June 8, 1973 Roger Henry Hildebrand, Dean of the College and Professor, Department of Physics and the Enrico Fermi Institute of Nuclear Studies, "1893"
March 16, 1973 Jacob Warren Getzels, R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor, Departments of Education and Psychology, "Problem Finding"
December 15, 1972 Soia Mentschikoff, Professor, Law School, "Awareness"
June 10, 1972 Arthur Friedman, Distinguished Service Professor, Department of English Language and Literature and the College, "Publish or Perish"
June 9, 1972 Arthur Friedman, Distinguished Service Professor, Department of English Language and Literature and the College, "Publish or Perish"
March 17, 1972 Richard Peter McKeon, Charles F. Grey Distinguished Service Professor, Committee on General Studies in the Humanities, Committee on the Analysis of Ideas and the Study of Methods, Department of Classical Languages and Literatures, Department of Philosophy, and the College, "Where We Are and Where We Are Going"
December 17, 1971 Joseph Mitsuo Kitagawa, Professor and Dean, Divinity School, "The World Has Many Centers"
September 3, 1971 George Robert Hughes, Professor and Director, Oriental Institute, and Professor, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, "In Search of Wisdom"
June 12, 1971 Subramanyan Chandrasekhar, Morton D. Hull Distinguished Service Professor of Theoretical Astrophysics, Departments of Astronomy and Astrophysics and of Physics, Enrico Fermi Institute for Nuclear Studies, and Committee on the Conceptual Foundations of Science, "The Place for Scholarship"
June 11, 1971 Subramanyan Chandrasekhar, Morton D. Hull Distinguished Service Professor of Theoretical Astrophysics, Departments of Astronomy and Astrophysics and of Physics, Enrico Fermi Institute for Nuclear Studies, and Committee on the Conceptual Foundations of Science, "The Place for Scholarship"
March 19, 1971 Abraham Adrian Albert, Eliakim Hastings Moore Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Mathematics and the College and Dean, Division of the Physical Sciences, "Federal Support of the Physical Sciences in Universities"
December 22, 1970 Sidney Davidson, Arthur Young Professor and Dean, Graduate School of Business, "Where is the Evidence?"
September 4, 1970 Harold A Richman, Dean and Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration
June 13, 1970 The Honorable Ramsey Clark, Former Attorney General
June 12, 1970 Allison Davis, John Dewey Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Education, "The Age of Anger - and Fear"
March 20, 1970 Jerald Carl Brauer, Naomi Shenstone Donnelley Professor of the History of Christianity and Dean, Divinity School, "The Passing of Freedom?"