Upcoming Activities

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Past Events

February 5-7, 2020

Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar: VALERIE HUDSON, Professor and George H.W. Bush Chair; Director, Program on Women, Peace, and Security; Department of International Affairs; The Bush School of Government and Public Service; Texas A&M University

Thursday, February 6: PBK Visiting Scholar Public Lecture: “The First Political Order: How Sex Shapes Governance and National Security Worldwide”

April 7, 2019

Join us on Sunday, April 7 at 4pm for the Induction Ceremony in the Duke Energy Hall of the James B. Hunt Jr. Library.

5 November 2018

“Capturing the Flag” Film Viewing and Panel Discussion

Zeta Chapter of North Carolina is proud to co-sponsor the film viewing and accompanying panel discussion of “Capturing the Flag: An Unexpected Story about American Democracy.”  Join us on Monday, November 5 at 7 pm at the James B. Hunt, Jr. Library first floor auditorium for the viewing, followed immediately by a panel discussion with questions and answers.  See http://www.capturingtheflag.com/screenings/ for more listings and the NCSU Libraries’ event post for access and length details.

10-11 October 2018

Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar: EDWARD LARSON, University Professor of History; Hugh & Hazel Darling Chair in Law, Pepperdine University

Wednesday, October 10: PBK Visting Scholar Public Lecture: “John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and the Catastrophic Election of 1800”

April 22, 2018

Join us on Sunday, April 22 at 4pm for the Induction Ceremony in the Duke Energy Hall of the James B. Hunt Jr. Library.

September 18-19, 2017

Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar: THOMAS W. LAQUEUR, Fawcett Distinguished Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Laqueur is giving two public lectures as part of the University Scholars Forum series.  Please join us for these lectures.

3 pm – 4:15 pm both days in the Witherspoon Cinema
Monday, September 18:  “Dogs, Horses, and Cows in the History of Humanitarianism”

Tuesday, September 19:The Vivisection Debates: Dogs, Darwin, and Feminism