Articles with keyword "Jefferson Lecture"
This issue includes a conversation with the Jefferson Lecturer, and articles on Einstein, Grant, Frost, and painter Archibald Motley.
Toulmin's journey from physicist to philosopher to ethical theorist: an appreciation by Marx W. Wartofsky.
Jefferson Lecturer Stephen Toulmin discusses his own philosophy of science with Endowment Chairman Sheldon Hackney.
McPherson's books capture the complexity of the Civil War and the connections between battlefront and home front.
A colleague pays tribute to a fellow historian and tireless traveling companion.
Jefferson Lecturer James M. McPherson talks with NEH Chairman William R. Ferris about the Civil War and the long shadows it still casts over the American landscape.
The Librarian of Congress looks at David McCullough's retelling of the American story.
The 2003 Jefferson Lecturer speaks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the role of the humanities in democracy.