2014 Lyceum


Historian Robert O. Self

Thursday, April 3 @ 7:30 PM in Stark 103.

Free Admission.

Robert Self, associated professor of History At Brown University, teachers and writes about 20th century U.S. culture and history.  His first book American Babylon: Race and Struggle for Postwar Oakland, won numerous awards. All in the Family: The Realignment of American Democracy since the 1960's, was published in 2012.  It focused on gender, sexuality, and political culture in the U.S. from 1964 - 2004.

Civic action is the topic of Dr. Self's research; he sees grassroots organizing and activism as central to reshaping the political landscape in the United States.





 2014-2015 Campus Theme:


This theme will combine a focus on the international influences on our region in the past, the present global economic issues and need for awareness of diversity, and how best to prepare ourselves and our students to be global citizens of the future.










The Lyceum Series
The Lyceum Series is the premier speaker series at WSU. It was initiated in 1989 to present events that provide unique cultural enrichment and educational opportunities for the Winona and Rochester campus communities. Internationally renowned speakers present topics in the sciences, the arts, politics, literature, popular culture and more.