Not Quite American? The Shaping of Arab and Muslim Identity in the United States

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Previous Charles Edmondson Historical Lecturers

*Paul K. Conkin, University of Wisconsin, 1977–1978: “American Christianity in Crisis: Religious Rationalism and Darwinism.”

*Walter LaFeber, Cornell University, 1979–1980: “The Third Cold War: Kissinger Years and Carter Years.”

*Martin E. Marty, University of Chicago, 1980–1981: “Religious Crises in Modern America: Modernism and Fundamentalism.”

**William H. McNeill, University of Chicago, 1981–1982: “The Great Frontier: Freedom and Hierarchy in Modern Times.”

Robert L. Heilbroner, The New School for Social Research, 1982–1983: “Capitalism in Transition: The Twentieth Century.”

C. Vann Woodward, Yale University, emeritus, 1983–1984: “Continuing Themes in Southern History: The Strange Career of Jim Crow, 1954–1984; and The Burden of Southern History, 1952–1984”

*William E. Leuchtenburg, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1984–1985: “The 1984 Presidential Election in Historical Perspective: From Civil War to the New Deal; From Franklin Roosevelt to Ronald Reagan.”

Peter Gay, Yale University, 1985–1986: “Aggression: Toward a Theory of Aggression, ” and “Humor: Aggression at Work.”

*Gordon S. Wood, Brown University, 1986–1987: The Making of the Constitution.”

Gerder Lerner, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1987–1988: “Sex and Class: A Revisionist Perspective.”

*Robert Darnton, Princeton University, 1988–1989: “The French Revolution at Street Level” and “From Enlightenment to Revolution.”

*Stephen B. Oates, University of Massachusetts, 1989–1990: “Biography: The Heart of History” and “How the Trumpet Came to Sound: The Process and Perils of Writing a Biography of Martin Luther King, Jr.”

*Dan T. Carter, Emory University 1990–1991: “George Wallace, Richard Nixon, and the Transformation of American Politics.”

*Geoffrey A. Hosking, University of London, 1991–1992: “Empire and Nation in Russian History.”

*Nell Irvin Painter, Princeton University, 1992–1993: “Soul Murder and Slavery.”

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