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Civil War Lecture Series: Legal Rights
Mark Weitz speaks about the legal history of the Civil War and the issues around the status of the Confederacy.
Civil War Lecture Series: Civil Rights
Dr. Wongsrichanali and Dr. Lamberson talk lecture about Civil Rights when the Civil War ended and in the present day.
Civil War Lecture Series: Religion in the Border States
Dr. April Holm discusses the religion Protestant schisms and the sectionalism in the years before the Civil War. After the war, the northern and southern churches did not reunite but rewrote the history of the conflict ...
Great War Lecture Series: Freedom of the Seas
“Freedom of the Seas: German U-Boat Warfare, the Lusitania, and America’s Entry into the Great War”: Former Angelo State University president and History Department professor Jim Hindman discusses the role of diplomacy ...
Great War Lecture Series: Texans in the Great War
“Series & Project Introduction” & “Texans in the Great War: the 36th Infantry Division”: Profs. Christine Lamberson & Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai, both assistant professors in the Department of History, will introduce their ...
Great War Lecture Series: Fighting the Great War
David Silbey discusses how nations mobilized their citizenry for the global conflict., and how war affects the society around them.
Writer's Conference 2015 - Dan Chaon
Don Chaon talks about the process of creating fiction as part of the 19th Annual Writers Conference
Foreign Affairs Speaker 2015 - James A. Larocco
(Angelo State University, 2015)
Ambassador James A. Larocco speaks about Foreign Policy in the Middle East as part of the 2015 Foreign Affairs Speaker Series
Holland Symposium 2015 - Eileen Collins Q&A
Eileen Collins answer questions and talks about her experiences as an astronaut.
Holland Symposium 2015 - Eileen Collins Lecture 1
Eileen Collins speaks about her experiences in space and the future of the space exploration.