Skip to main content
Skip to main content

Connect with the College

Lectures and Special Guests

Broad Lecture: "Economic Ties between India and the United States"

Govind Mohan, Minister for Economics with the Embassy of India in Washington, DC, will speak at Florida State University on “Economic Ties between India and the United States: Opportunities and Challenges.” The talk is part of the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy’s ongoing Ruth K. and Shepard Broad International Lecture Series.

"Lessons from Booker T. Washington: The Role of Business in Civil Rights"

The DeVoe L. Moore Center presents a talk and discussion by David Jackson, professor of history at Florida A & M University, on the role of business and business leaders in advancing civil rights for African Americans during the Age of Jim Crow.

Journalism: Democracy's Operating System

An upcoming lecture at Florida State University by Joaquin Alvarado, CEO of the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR), focuses on a subject dear to the principles of the recently deceased benefactor of the sponsoring lecture series.

Broad Lecture: "Visualize Justice: Stories from the Field"

Attorney, filmmaker, and human rights advocate Kelly Matheson shares stories about how people and organizations throughout the world are using video technology to change law and policy and to seek justice.

Cresse Lecture: "The Glory of Government: Why Has Love Turned to Hate?"

Author Martin Dyckman gives a talk on how public servants like Florida Governors LeRoy Collins and Reubin Askew believed that government is inherently a good thing and why it's corrosive for so many people today to regard government as inherently an enemy.

Mr. Dyckman has written the acclaimed books Reubin O'D Askew and the Golden Age of Florida Politics, Floridian of His Century: The Courage of Governor LeRoy Collins, and A Most Disorderly Court: Scandal and Reform in the Florida Judiciary.

Hilton Lectureship: Litigation with Judgment-Proof Defendants

The Charles Hilton Distinguished Lectureship in the Economics of Markets and Institutions in the Department of Economics presents an economics and law lecture by Paul Pecorino, the James P. and Elizabeth B Hayes Professor of Economics at the University of Alabama. He is the author of dozens of articles in the areas of public economics and law and economics.

Pages