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Paul R. Bowser: Neilly Series Lecture
Bowser, professor of Aquatic and Animal Medicine at Cornell, will discuss "Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia in Fish in the Great Lakes Basin." Viral…
Paula Treichler: Neilly Series Lecture
Paula Treichler, Professor in the College of Medicine, the Gender & Women's Studies Program, and the Institute for Communications Research at the…
Peter Blair Henry: Neilly Series Lecture
Peter Blair Henry, economist and former Dean of New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Music, is the April Neilly Series Lecture…
Rachel Cohen: Neilly Series Lecture
"Rachel Cohen has created a masterpiece of variety and balance in her first book" are the words used to describe A Chance Meeting: Intertwined Lives…
Richard Ben Cramer: Neilly Series Lecture
The Hero's Life: Its Worth and Its Costs: Meliora Weekend 2001 will feature Richard Ben Cramer. Mr. Cramer, who often writes about baseball and…
Robert Bakos, MD: Neilly Series Lecture
Robert Bakos will discuss "Dead German Composers and How They Got That Way," including the medical histories of some of our best-known composers. He…
Robert James Miller: Neilly Series Lecture
Author and Lawyer Robert J. Miller is the March Neilly Series Lecture speaker.  Miller is a member of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma and a…
Roger Easton and Keith Knox: Neilly Series Lecture
Roger Easton, Professor at RIT's Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science, and Keith Knox, UR alumnus and retiree from Xerox Corporation, will…
Ronald Calinger: Neilly Series Lecture
Professor of history at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, Calinger will discuss the mathematician Leonhard Euler. The Swiss-born…
Roy Blount Jr.: Neilly Series Lecture
Roy Blount Jr., prides himself on the fact that he has done more things, for money, than any other humorist, novelist, journalist, dramatist,…
Ruth Holland Scott: Neilly Series Lecture
Born and educated in Albion, Michigan, Ruth Holland Scott is an educator, author, and businesswoman who was the first African-American woman elected…
Sanford Thatcher: Neilly Series Lecture
Sanford Thatcher will discuss open access, which is viewed by librarians and their allies in academic administration as an antidote to the domination…
Sarah Rodriguez: Neilly Series Lecture
From the late nineteenth century through the mid-twentieth century, American physicians treated women and girls for masturbation by removing the…
Scott Ritter: Neilly Series Lecture
Ritter served as a military intelligence officer, reaching the rank of major. He was formerly an arms control inspector in the former Soviet Union and…
Simon Winchester: Neilly Series Lecture
Winchester is the acclaimed author of the international bestsellers The Professor and the Madman: A Tale of Murder, Insanity and the Making of the…
Stewart Weaver: Neilly Series Lecture
Stewart Weaver, Professor of British History at the University of Rochester, will present "Because It Was There: Mallory, Everest, And The 1920s."…
Susie Linfield: Neilly Series Lecture
Susie Linfield, Associate Professor of Journalism at New York University, will speak at the Neilly Series Lecture on "Photojournalism and Human…
Sylvia Nasar: Neilly Series Lecture
A Beautiful Mind: Genius, Madness, Reawakening: Sylvia Nasar, author and professor of journalism at Columbia University, will recount the story of…
Theresa Thanjan '94: Neilly Series Lecture
Thajan is an award winning filmmaker and activist. Her documentary Whose Children Are These? provides a gripping view into the lives of three Muslim…
Tim Weiner: Neilly Series Lecture
Pulitzer Prize winner, Tim Weiner, examines the history of the CIA from its creation after World War II, through its battles in the cold war and the…
Tom Lewis: Neilly Series Lecture
Lewis will discuss his latest book The Hudson: A History. He is also author of Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio and Divided Highways: The…
Walter Stahr: Neilly Series Lecture
"Seward: Lincoln's Indispensable Man": The first Neilly Series Lecture in 2014 will be presented by Walter Stahr, a highly acclaimed biographer…
William H. Calvin: Neilly Series Lecture
William H. Calvin will discuss his book, A Brief History of the Mind: From Apes to Intellect and Beyond. A theoretical neurobiologist with an…
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