Drescher Lecture Series

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The Drescher lecture series is made possible by an endowment from the Mulzet family that began in 2000. The Sol and Esther Drescher Endowed Development Fund was established by Susan Drescher-Mulzet and Mark Mulzet to sponsor research opportunities for Barrett Honors College Faculty Fellows.

These lectures provide opportunities for students to engage with the Barrett faculty, and are open to the public. The following provides a list of the comprehensive subject and research opportunities that resulted as a result of the Mulzet’s generous contribution to higher education.

Year Awardee Project
2020 Joseph O’Neill "If Only Grief Allowed: Vergil, National Trauma, and the Failure of Art"
2020 Mathew Sandoval "Dia de los Muertos in Los Angeles"
2020 Neveser Koker "Traveling Loyalties: Politics of Belonging Beyond Nation and Empire in the Mediterranean"
2019 Abby Wheatley Africa-EU Migration: Disembarkation and Reception in Lampedusa, Italy
2019 Benjamin Fong Coffee and Capitalism
2019 Jenny Brian Controlling Reproductive and Sexual Agency
2019 Michael Ostling The Evil that We Do: Jacek Kuron the Danger of Education
2019 Sarah R. Graff Strainers and Malting Vats: An Ancient Brewery in the Phrygian Highlands
2018 John Parker Sensors and Sensibility: Using Wearable Computer Sensors to Measure Social Interactions in Small Groups
2018 Rachel Fedock The Inside-Out Exchange Program at Barrett

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