Berkeley Graduate Lecturers

Berkeley Graduate Lecturers

Martha C. Nussbaum
Women's Rights, Religious Freedom, and Liberal Education
Sir John Gurdon
Revolution in the Biological Sciences
Eric Foner
Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery
Alain C. Enthoven
Planning, Policy and Politics
Andrew Brimmer
The Problem of International Debt
Austin G. Ranney
The Presidential Campaign
Geoffrey Smith
British Political Parties
Abner J. Mikva
Politics, Values, and the Separation of Powers
Frank Rhodes
Adaptation and Change in the American University
James O. Freedman
Liberal Arts and Higher Education
E. J. Dionne,Jr.
Ideas Matter in Politics
Gananath Obeyesekere
Understanding Culture
Alexander Dalgarno
Astrophysics
Harold Hongju Koh
Transnational Legal Process and World Order
Richard C. Lewontin
Science and Politics
Christof Koch
Consciousness and the Biology of the Brain
James E. Peebles
A Cosmologist's Intellectual Journey
Yegor Gaidar
Guiding the Transformation of the Russian Economy
Amartya Sen
Reflections on Theory in the Social Sciences
Dudley Herschbach
Science and Society
Norman Myers
The Journey of an Environmental Scientist
David Hamburg
Making Ideas Matter
Alan K. Simpson
Let 'er Rip: Reflections of a Rocky Mountain Senator
Neil Kinnock
The Work of Politics
T.M. Scanlon
Freedom of Expression, Tolerance, and Human Rights
Daniel Kahneman
Intuition and Rationality
Kenneth Boulding
National Security Through Stable Peace
Stanley Cavell
A Philosopher Goes to the Movies
Noam Chomsky
Activism, Anarchism, and Power
Victor F. Weisskopf
A Scientist's Odyssey
Chalmers Johnson
The Last Days of the American Republic