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Lecture Series: Past Events

Lecture Series Information

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Lecture Series

About twice a year, the Jefferson Center invites a major author or thought leader to speak on a topic of interest. These public lectures are an important way that The Jefferson Center shares our goals with the public, and are a significant fund-raiser for us. Events are held at various locations in or near Ashland. Please show your support for The Jefferson Center by attending lectures, and please invite family and friends, including your religious friends and colleagues, to these lively presentations. $10 at the door, check or cash, students with ID free.

05/26/2011 - 7:00pm Mars in New Detail

Dr. Terry Martin: Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Mars in New Detail
SOU Meese Auditorium

07/20/2010 - 7:00pm Lecture: Shakespeare, Godlessness, and Perversity

Eric S. Mallin, Ph.D: Shakespeare, Godlessness, and Perversity
Carpenter Hall (South Pioneer at Hargadine)

03/04/2010 - 7:30pm Lecture: Are the Culture Wars Over?

Barry Lynn: Are the Culture Wars Over? Not by a Long Shot!
Unitarian Center, 87 Fourth Street

11/03/2009 - 7:00pm Lecture: Why Evolution is Fact and Intelligent Design is Fiction

Eugenie Scott, Ph.D: Why Evolution is Fact and Intelligent Design is Fiction
Science Building Lecture Hall (SC118) SOU