Fall 2011 Schedule – Washington History Seminar

Sept. 12:  Stephen Kinzer (Boston University), Iran 1953

Sept. 19:  Rob Litwak (Wilson Center), “Rogue States”

Sept. 26:  Wm. Roger Louis (Texas), Hammarskjold and His Critics

Oct. 3:  Gideon Rose (Editor, Foreign Affairs), How We Botch the Ends of Wars

Oct. 10:  No Meeting – Columbus Day

Oct. 17:  Hope M. Harrison (Wilson Center/GWU), Legacy of the Berlin Wall

Oct. 24:  Linda K. Kerber (Iowa/AHA Past President), 20th Century Statelessness

Oct. 31:  Nigel Ashton (LSE), Jordan, the U.S., and the 1967 Arab-Israeli War

Nov. 7:  Gavin Wright (Stanford), Economic Effects of the Civil Rights Revolution

Nov. 14:  Ronald Steel (Wilson Center), Reassessing Walter Lippmann

Nov. 21:  Phyllis Leffler (Virginia), Black Leaders and Black Leadership

Nov. 28:  James Hershberg (GWU), Vietnam

Dec. 5:  Tom Bender (NYU), Is American History Exceptional?