Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Muriel Tomlinson Lectures

President

Dr. Elaine Harriss

Martin, TN 38238

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Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Muriel Tomlinson Lectures

Dr. Richard C. Robinson

Department of Communications

February 18, 2014

Title of Presentation: “Beaker Street: Underground Radio from Little Rock to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame”

 

Professor Jenna Wright

Department of English and Modern Foreign Languages

February 13, 2013

Title of Presentation:" Fourth House from the One Stop-and-Go Light"

 

Dr. Alice-Catherine Carls
Department of History and Philosophy
February 28, 2012
Title of Presentation: "The Holocaust as a Laboratory for the Historian"


Dr. Julie Hill
Department of Music
February 8, 2011 
Title of Presentation: “The Black Music of Brazil: An Emphasis on Social Transformation for Women and Children Through Escola Dida”

 

Dr. Christopher Hill
Department of English and Modern Foreign Languages
March 2, 2010
Title of Presentation: “'I Cannot Keep Decorum Personae': A Renaissance Rhetoric of Strife”

 

Dr. David Barber
Department of History and Philosophy
February 10, 2009
Title of Presentation: “Poverty, Plenty, and the World Economic Crisis”

 

Dr. Daniel Nappo
Department of Modern Foreign Languages
February 12, 2008
Title of Presentation: “The Rise and Fall of Mexican Cinema”

 

Mr. Douglas Cook
Faculty, Visual and Theatre Arts
February 13, 2007
Title of Presentation: “Cultural Aesthetic Outlooks: Why We Like What We Like When We Like It”

Dr. Lisa LeBleu and Ms. Teresa Collard
Department of Family and Consumer Science and Department of Communication
Feb. 13, 2006
Title of Presentation: “Gender Equity in Education”

Dr. David Coffey
Interim Chair, Department of History and Philosophy
February 15, 2005           
Title of Presentation: “The Great Triumvirate of Union Victory: Observations on the Unlikely Rise of Grant, Sherman, and Sheridan”

Spring 2004 

 

Dr. Margrethe Ahlschwede
Associate Professor of English           
Title of Presentation: “Learning to Write Is Like Learning the Two Step”

Spring 2003 

 

Dr. E. Jerald Ogg
Dean, College of Humanities and Fine Arts           
Title of Presentation: “Holland McCombs and the Mystery of Life

Spring 2002 

 

Dr. Andrew Schopp
Assistant Professor, English          
Title of Presentation: “Transgressing the ‘Safe Space’: Scream, The Blair Witch Project and Generation X Horror Films”

Spring 2001 

 

Mr. Stanley Sieber
Assistant Professor, History         
Title of Presentation: “Extending the Walls of UTM”

Spring 2000 

 

Dr. Frank Black
Professor, Educational Studies         
Title of Presentation: “National Education Standards: What Is All the Fuss About?”

Spring 1999 

 

Dr. Daniel F. Pigg
Associate Professor, English Department         
Title of Presentation: “Apocalypse Then: The Ideology of Literary Form in Piers Plowman

Spring 1998 

 

Dr. Paul B. Crapo
Chair, Modern Foreign Languages         
Title of Presentation: “Gustave Courbet: Social Reformer? Political Activist? Or Publicity Hound?”

Spring 1998 

 

Dr. Polly S. Glover
Professor, English Department     
Title of Presentation: “Discovering Self:  From Women’s Texts to Experience”

Spring 1996 

 

Dr. Milton D. Simmons
Department of Psychology, Philosophy, and Religious Studies    
Title of Presentation: “The Governor’s School for the Humanities and Its Impact on This Region and State”

Spring 1995 

 

Dr. Bruce Beck
University of Georgia   
Title of Presentation: “The Water Infrastructure of Sustainable Cities of the Mid-21st Century”

Spring 1994

 

Dr. Lynn M. Alexander
Department of English   
Title of Presentation: “The Ghost in the Looking Glass: Women, Work, and Victorian Literature"

Spring 1993

 

Dr. William H. Zachry Jr. 
Department of Psychology, Philosophy, and Religious Studies  
Title of Presentation: “It's All in Your Mind: Cognitive Obstacles to Getting Along with Others"

Spring 1993

 

Dr. Stephen P. Mohler
Department of Modern Foreign Languages
Title of Presentation: “The Columbus Papers: The Role of Languages and Letters in His Triumphs"

Spring 1991

 

Dr. Roy Neil Graves II
Department English
Title of Presentation: “Shakespeare’s Lost Sonnets"

Spring 1990

 

Dr. Theodore Mosch
Department of History and Political Science
Title of Presentation: “Reflections on the Changes in Eastern Europe in 1989"

Spring 1990

 

Dr. F. Louis Mouldin
Department of Psychology, Philosophy, and Religious Studies

Spring 1990

 

Dr. Barbara Jones
Department of Fine and Performing Arts        

April 2, 1987

 

Dr. Lonnie Maness
Department of History and Political Science
Title of Presentation: “An Untutored Military Genius: The First West Tennessee Campaign of General Nathan Bedford Forrest”

Spring 1986

 

Dr. Milton Simmons
Department of Psychology, Philosophy, and Religious Studies
Title of Presentation: “Adjustments of UTM International Students to College Life”

Fall 1985

 

Dr. Jim Andreas
Department of English
Title of Presentation: “Comic and Tragic Modes in Romeo and Juliet

Fall 1983

 

Ms. Sandra Baker Acosta
Title of Presentation: “A Medieval Romance, Ille et Gabron of Gantier d’Arras: Names, Numerology, and Narrative Structure”

March 1, 1984

 

Dr. Stephen Mohler

Department of Modern Foreign Languages
Title of Presentation: “Microcomputers and Education”

Spring 1983

 

Dr. Charles Smith
Chancellor of the University
Title of Presentation: “Sputnik II—Where Are You When We Need You?”

February 17, 1982

 

Dr. Patrick Taylor
Department of History and Political Science
Title of Presentation: “Languages and Other Necessities”

 

All Lectures

List compiled by Anna Clark
PKP Secretary, 2002-2004
Updated March 2012

Organized by Rebecca McClure and Sam Stephens (2008)

 


 

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President

Dr. Elaine Harriss

Martin, TN 38238

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(731) 881-7411

Em:

Dr. Elaine Harriss