Kennedy Lecture Series

The David Kennedy Lecture on the United States in the World is a biennial distinguished lectureship established in 2011 to honor the lifetime contributions of Professor Emeritus David M. Kennedy. Speakers discuss the general theme of America in the world and reflect the expanded horizon of the study of American history which has emerged in recent years and which Professor Kennedy himself has helped to inspire. Lectures are held in conjunction with History 150C: The United States in the Twentieth Century, a survey course for Stanford History undergraduate and graduate students. Former lecturers include James Kloppenberg (Harvard University), Mary L. Dudziak (Emory University), and Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman (San Diego State University). Lectures are free and open to the campus community and general public.

Past Events

April
15
Date
Wed, Apr 15 2020, 4:30 - 6pm
Location:
Lane History Corner
Building 200, Room 307
May
12
Date
Tue, May 12 2015, 5:15 - 6:15pm
Location:
Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center