The History Department invites you to
join them for the lecture that will be presented as part
of the History Comes Alive Series. From national and international
politics, to terrorism and war, and a few stops in between,
Oakland University's knowledgeable and entertaining professors
of history take you on a historical journey into the past
with six enlightening and educational historians. These lectures
are free and open to the public, but reservations are
information on other lectures in the series, call (248)370-3511
or e-mail email@example.com.
This lecture series is made possible by generous contributions
from the Annette
& John Carter and the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs
and Provost at Oakland University.
The 2007 lecture series will feature (2007
History Comes Alive brochure):
September 19 (Wednesday), 7 p.m. Daniel Clark, "Reframing the History of Autoworkers in the 1950s."
October 17 (Wednesday), 7 p.m. Craig Martin, "The Concept of Weather in Renaissance Europe."
November 14, 2007 (Wednesday), 7 p.m. Karen A.J. Miller, "Election Mandates and Political Power: Herbert Hoover and the 1928 Election."
January 23, 2008 (Wednesday), 7 p.m. Seán Farrell Moran, "Robert Burns and the Scottish Nation."
February 20, 2008 (Wednesday), 7 p.m. Jeff Powell, "A Contested Past: The American Centennial and
the Reshaping of American History."
March 19, 2008 (Wednesday), 7 p.m. Linda K. Benson, "Across China's Gobi."
For more information on the remaining lectures in this
series, please consult the 2007
History Comes Alive brochure.
Past Lectures Presented for the History Comes Alive Series
Oakland University, Kresge Library
2200 N Squirrel Rd., Rochester, MI 48309
(248) 370 - 4426