Lecture Series returns to the Nixon Presidential Library!
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How We Gained and Secured Freedom and Self-Government
The Nixon Presidential Library and Museum is proud to announce the return of the Becoming America: How We Gained and Secured Freedom and Self-Government lecture series! In this three-part lecture series, we will reflect on our history as a nation with an overview of our founding documents.
Each session contains six one-hour lectures presented by the guest lecturers listed below. Lectures will be held each Tuesday from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm beginning on Tuesday, September 13th, and concluding Tuesday, February 28th.
Each participant will receive a pocket edition of the United States Constitution courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration (while supplies last).
Dr. Jo Ellen Chatham, Adjunct Professor, and Director of the Center for Civics Education, Concordia University Irvine
Dr. Volker Janssen, Professor, and Vice-Chair of the Department of History at California State University Fullerton
Lisa Matthews, Historian
Dr. Bryan Santin, Assistant Professor at Concordia University Irvine
Dr. Robert Robinson, Associate Professor of Political Science and Undergraduate Political Science Coordinator at California State University Fullerton
Join us for the first of 18 lively discussions at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum on September 13, 2022, at 6 pm in Theater 37.
The Lecture Series and parking are free to the public. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 714-983-9296.
When Orange County is experiencing HIGH COVID-19 community transmission levels face coverings are required at the Nixon Library. All lectures will be live streamed at www.youtube.com/RichardNixonLibrary.