Programs & Events

Annapolis Formal Lecture Series 2015

Notice: Lectures begin at 8 p.m. in Francis Scott Key auditorium. They are free and open to the public. For more information on the lecture series, please call 410-626-2539.

Lectures are archived in the Greenfield Library.

Spring Semester

Date Speaker Title
January 9 Parker String Quartet and
Shai Wosner
January 16

Mr. Matthew Caswell
St. John's College, Annapolis 

What Does Music Mean?  Examples from Bach, Theory from Kant 
January 23  Mr. Cary Stickney
St. John's College, Santa Fe 
Frozen Tears: A Reading of Inferno Canto 33
January 30 Long Weekend No Lecture
February 6 Dr. Walter Brogan
Villanova University
Villanova, PA 
Aristotle and the Politics of Life:  Equality and Citizenship in the Aristotelian Polis 

February 13

All College Seminar  
February 20

Dr. Jonathan Crimmins
Augustana College
Rock Island, IL 

Hegel, Kant, and the Minimum Conditions of a Free History

February 27 – March 15 Spring Vacation No Lectures
March 20 (Steiner Lecture) Dr. Wilfred McClay
University of Oklahoma
Norman, OK 
 Our Kinsman, Mr. Hawthorne
March 27 Dr. Mary Domski
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 
The Deduction of Truth from the Phenomena in Isaac Newton's Principia Mathematica
April 3 Dr. Michael McShane
Carthage College
Kenosha, WI 
The Life of Cordelia in Shakespeare's King Lear
April 10 Dr. Robert Hanning
Professor Emeritus
Columbia University
New York, NY 
Aristotle on the Arno, Plato on the Thames: Prudence, Performance, and Probability in the Decameron and the Canterbury Tales 
April 17 Ms. Susan Paalman
St. John's College, Annapolis 
"In Want of a Wife..." or a Husband, in Pride and Prejudice
April 24 King William Players Performance
May 1 Reality Weekend No Lecture
May 8-10 Commencement Weekend No Lecture