Center for the Study
Architecture, History and Nature
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2019 Heritage Lecture Series Schedule
Tuesday, June 25 – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
The Real Scopes Trial : A Reading from the trial transcript. Readers: Ralph Walton, John Jackson and Bill Brockman. Introduction by Jon Schmitz, Archivist.
Friday, June 28 – Hall of Christ – 3:30 PM
ChautauqWhat? : A Short history of the Chautauqua Movement. Jon Schmitz, Archivist.
Tuesday, July 2 – Hall of Christ – 3:30 PM
Teleporting into History TR VR : Taking community perspectives and understandings into another dimension. Stanton H. Hudson Jr, Executive Director of the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site; Pe-ter Schiffmacher, founder of iTours 369 VR and cofounder of Reality Capture Experts. Introduction by Dennis Galucki, founder of Buffalo Day at Chautauqua.
Friday, July 5 – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
American Tapestry : The stories we tell ourselves. Dr Andrew Roth, former President of St Bonaven-ture College.
Tuesday, July 9 – Hall of Christ – 3:30 PM
The Gardens of Chautauqua. Betsy Burgeson, Supervisor of Gardens and Landscapes and on Schmitz, Archivist.
Friday, July 12 – Hall of Christ – 3:30 PM
---------. Linda Ulrich-Hagner.
Tuesday, July 16 – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
Sousa : The man, the music and Chautauqua! Richard Lundquist.
Friday, July 19 – Hall pf Philosophy – 3:30 PM
Albion Tourgée and Brown vs Board of Education of Topeka. Greg Peterson, Robert Jackson Center. Introduction by Jon Schmitz Archivist.
Tuesday, July 23. – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
Attorney General Robert H. Jackson and Franklin D. Roosevelt. William Casto, Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Law, Texas Tech University, and author of Advising the President.
Friday, July 26, - Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
William James and the Art of Popular Statement. Paul Stob, Vanderbilt University.
Tuesday, July 30 – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
The 1919 World Series Scandal. Charles Fountain, North eastern University and author of The Be-trayal : The 1919 World Series and the birth of modern baseball.
Friday, August 2 – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
Theater comes to Chautauqua : The Cleveland Play House. Eleanor Blackman, Case Western Re-serve University. Introduction by Jon Schmitz, Archivist.
Tuesday, August 6 – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
Ellen Gates Starr : Social reformer and cofounder of Hull House. Annie Storr, Brandeis University.
Friday, August 9 – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
Vaudeville. Trav S. D. (D. Travis Stewart), author of No Applause – Just Throw Money.
Tuesday, August 13 – Hall of Christ – 3:30 PM
Documenting a City : Place keeping vs place making in Detroit, MI. Viranel Clerard.
Friday August 16 – Hall of Christ – 3:30 PM
Circuit Rider Preachers : True stories. Gary Moore, North Carolina State University.
Tuesday, August 20 – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
The Weak Link in he Food-Water-Energy Nexus is Water : And what can be done about it. Dean Richard Roush, College of Agricultural Science, Penn State University.
Friday, August 23 – Hall of Philosophy – 3:30 PM
Five More Giants of Chautauqua : Jeffrey Simpson, Norman and Nancy Karp, Anna Shaw, Bob Ree-der, Mark Russell.