|January 8||Richard Lyman, Ph.D.,
Professor of Humanities, Director of Institute for International Studies, President Emeritus, Stanford University.
How New a World?: Finding Perspective in an Era of Rapid Change.
|January 22||David Kennedy, Ph.D.,
William Robertson Coe Professor of History & American Studies, Stanford University.
Can We Still Afford to be a Nation of Immigrants.
|February 5||Don Fehrenbacker, Ph.D.,
Coe Professor Emeritus of History, Stanford University
Lincoln & the Literary Figures of His Time.
|February 19||Kathleen Cohen, Ph.D., Professor of Art History, San Jose State University
Images of the Goddess in Art & Their Meaning for Contemporary Women.
|March 5||Valeria Andreevna Kukharenko, Ph.D.,
Professor, Odessa University
Women in the Soviet Union.
|March 19||Tony Haney, Director
Danny Duncan, Author, Theatreworks
Go Down Garvey; Creating a New American Musical.
|April 2||Alan Heimert, Ph.D.,
Cabot Professor of American Literature, Harvard University
A Brief History of Universities.
|April 16||Sue Bender,
Author and Quilter
Plain & Simple: A Woman’s Journey to the Amish.
|May 7||Timothy Taylor,
Managing Editor, Journal of Economic Perspectives
The California Lottery.
|May 21||Joel Beinin, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor History, Stanford University
Prospects for Peace in the Middle East.
|June 4||Daniel Schorr,
America: Groping in the 1990’s.