2021 FALL LECTURES
"Chef Geoff" Tracy, Restaurants and Community During the Pandemic and Beyond
Annie Poland, The Stories Told by the Tenement Museum
Bradley Graham and Lissa Muscatine, Politics and Prose
Christine Grady, Connecting Bioethics and COVID
Maria Arana, Silver, Sword, and Stone: Three Crucibles in the Latin American Story
Rose Gottermoeller, Negotiating the New START Treaty
Daniel Goldman, Lessons Learned from the Impeachments of Donald Trump: Is Impeachment a Viable Means of Accountability?
Michael Abramowitz, Freedom in the World
Sanford J. Ungar, The Paradox of Free Speech in America
Robert Einhorn, Nuclear Negotiation with Iran and North Korea
Mark Leithauser, Moving Walls and Making Space: Designing Exhibits at the National Gallery
This is the prerecorded part of the lecture.
OLLI at AU Annual Meeting
Raymond Caldwell, Making Theater Meaningful in DC and Beyond
Adam Rothman, Georgetown Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation Initiative
William Howell, Populism and the Presidency
Jack Bray, Face to Face He Told Hitler “No”
Norman J. Ornstein, Governing Ahead: Where Do We Go From Here?
Kevin Bushweller, How COVID-19 Is Transforming K-12 Education: What the Public Needs to Know
Nathan Billig, On Growing Older and Wiser and Joining a Village
W. Neil Eggleston, Reflections on Attorney General Barr’s 2019 speeches to Notre Dame and the Federalist Society
George Derek Musgrove, Race and Police Reform in the Nation's Capital
Ambassador E. Michael Southwick, Commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations
Glenn Frankel, The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of High Noon
Jason Samenow, How Is Climate Changing Affecting Washington’s Weather?
Fanchon Silberstein, Art inSight: Understanding Art and Why it Matters
Dorothy Butler Gilliam, Thoughts on Journalism and Diversity: A Conversation with Judy Havemann
Judith Welles, Grit and Gusto: Farmerettes and Suffragettes on the Homefront in WWI