The Antigone Lectures

The 4th Annual Antigone Lectures

Lectures presented by the Department of History and Foreign Languages
We are pleased to announce the renewal of our lecture series
for the 2017-2018 Academic Year
All Lectures at 530PM in Merrill Hall 101, unless otherwise noted
This year we will have two themes
Fall 2017
"Liberty in Medieval Civilization"
Wednesday, 25 October 2017
Augustine Thompson, O.P.
Professor of History, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
"St. Francis of Assisi"
Wednesday, 8 November 2017
Dr. Matthew Cuddeback
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Providence College
"What can Thomas Aquinas say to today's undergraduate?"
Spring 2018
"Markets and Morality in the Western Tradition"
Wednesday, 7 March 2018 
John D. Mueller
The Lehrman Institute Fellow in Economics, Ethics and Public Policy Center
"Redeeming Economics"
Wednesday, 28 March 2018
Paul Voss
Associate Professor of English, Georgia State University
"Merchants and Morality"
 For more information email Dr. Donald Prudlo 


See our Speakers from Previous Antigone Lecture Series

Times subject to change, please check on the University Calendar