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Lowell Lecture Series

Lowell Lecture series logoThe 2015 Lowell Lecture Series will run from Spring through Fall 2015 and explore social, political, cultural, and economic themes related to the American Revolutionary War era (1750-1800). This series will accompany the library’s next major gallery exhibition, We Are One: Mapping America’s Road to American Independence, which is being organized by the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center.

2015 Lowell Lecturers will include acclaimed historians, authors, performers, and experts in the field to reflect upon this pivotal period in American history and its enduring legacy. The full series line-up will be available in early 2015.

The Lowell Lecture series is generously sponsored by the Lowell Institute, established in 1836 with the specific mission of making great ideas accessible to all people, free of charge.


Watch Video from previous Lowell Lecture series: