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2011 Social Theory Lecture Series Part 3

23rd Annual Public Lecture Series: Social Theory Title: "America’s Exhibit A: Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Living History and the Genres of Authenticity" Feb. 25, 2011: Professor Roy Baumeister, Frances Eppes Eminent Scholar, Department of Psychology, Florida State University

2011 Social Theory Lecture Series Part 2

23rd Annual Public Lecture Series: Social Theory Title: "America’s Exhibit A: Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Living History and the Genres of Authenticity" Feb. 25, 2011: Professor Roy Baumeister, Frances Eppes Eminent Scholar, Department of Psychology, Florida State University

2011 Social Theory Lecture Series

23rd Annual Public Lecture Series: Social Theory Title: "America’s Exhibit A: Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Living History and the Genres of Authenticity" Feb. 25, 2011: Professor Roy Baumeister, Frances Eppes Eminent Scholar, Department of Psychology, Florida State University

2010 Social Theory Lecture Series: Marianne Noble (Part 2)

The Committee on Social Theory presents the 2010 Lecture Series, "Law, Sex, and Family" Marianne Noble is a Professor in the Department of Literature at American University. On Friday February 5, 2010, she delivered her lecture, "The Limits of Empathy and The Promise of Sex in Walt Whitman and Julia Ward Howe".

2010 Social Theory Lecture Series: Marianne Noble (Part 1)

The Committee on Social Theory presents the 2010 Lecture Series, "Law, Sex, and Family" Marianne Noble is a Professor in the Department of Literature at American University. On Friday February 5, 2010, she delivered her lecture, "The Limits of Empathy and The Promise of Sex in Walt Whitman and Julia Ward Howe".

John Paul Jones III on Social Theory

The Committee on Social Theory held a conference on October 14, 2011 in West End Room in Patterson Office Tower

From East to West: Linguistic Diversity in Kentucky with Jennifer Cramer

Jennifer Cramer is a sociolinguist specializing in Kentucky dialects. Her current research utilizes students from all around the Commonwealth.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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Farr Shares a Different Side of Martin Luther King Jr.

Arnold Farr is UK Martin Luther King Jr. Cultural Center's Scholar-in-Residence

Social Theory Lectures - Terry Castle - pt. 1/3

The Committee on Social Theory Spring 2011 Lectures April 22, 2011: Professor Terry Castle, Walter A. Haas Professor of Humanities, Department of English, Stanford University "Return of the Living Professors: Writing 'Academically,' Writing Personally"

Social Theory Lectures - Terry Castle - pt. 2/3

The Committee on Social Theory Spring 2011 Lectures April 22, 2011: Professor Terry Castle, Walter A. Haas Professor of Humanities, Department of English, Stanford University "Return of the Living Professors: Writing 'Academically,' Writing Personally"

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