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2005-2006

Spring 2006

Baltimore City Public Schools

Robert Embry, President, The Abell Foundation

Editorial Cartoons Move into the 21st Century

Kevin “KAL” Kallaugher, Artist-In-Resident at the Imaging Research Center (IRC), editorial cartoonist for The Economist magazine of London, and former editorial cartoonist for The Baltimore Sun

A Writer’s Thoughts on Logic, Nature, People, and Science

John M. Barry, Prize-Winning Author and Journalist

Sexual Justice in the American Civil War

Dr. Susan Barber, Professor of History, College of Notre Dame in Maryland

Revisiting Black Fear over The Voting Rights Act: What’s Civics Got To Do With It?

Dr. Tyson King-Meadows, Professor of Political Science, UMBC

Looking Backwards: A Cross-National Study of Religious Trends

Dr. Laurence Iannaccone, Koch Professor of Economics, George Mason University

Coming of Age in the Civil War South

Dr. James Marten, Professor of History, Marquette University

Fall 2005

Studying Television in the Post-Network Era: Responses to a Changing Media Industry

Horace Newcomb, Director, George Foster Peabody Awards, University of Georgia

Gender and Health Policy: An Historian Activist’s Perspectives

Susan Reverby, Wellesley College and Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lectureship Program

Understanding Iraq: A Historian’s View

Phebe Marr, Senior Fellow, U.S. Institute of Peace

Listening to the Voices of Survivors: Women Who Are Poor and of Color Teach Us About Domestic Violence Alternatives

Natalie Sokoloff, Professor of Sociology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Social Security: The Making of a Crisis

Edward D. Berkowitz, Professor of History and Public Policy and Public Administration, George Washington University

Black Academic Achievement in Science and Information Technology

Carl Mack, Executive Director, National Society of Black Engineers

Peace Corps and Aid in Africa

C. Payne Lucas, Co-Founder and President, Africare

Our Country’s Fiscal Future: Opportunity or Disaster?

Lawrence Kotlikoff, Professor of Economics, Boston University