Current and Past Dolliver Lectures

Dolliver Professors (3 year terms) and Guest Lecturers/Residencies

2009–13–Geoff Proehl, Theater Arts

Faculty seminar: Engaging Creativity, Criticism, Collaboration, and Community Through the Works of Suzan-Lori Parks and Her Contemporaries

2009-13–C. Rosalind Bell, Artist-in-Residence

2008–12–Hans Ostrom, English and African American studies

Guest Scholar, Fall 2011:  Steven Sumida, Professor of American Ethnic Studies, University of Washington
Guest Scholar, Fall 2011 Garrett Hongo, A Reading From "The Coral Road"

Faculty seminar: Teaching Difficult Texts

Hybrid, a musical overview of blues, r&b, and funk

A Musical Evening with Langston Hughes, featuring Awilda Verdejo

2005–08–David Lupher, classics

Faculty seminar: The Old World and the New: The Greco-Roman Presence in the Americas

2009–Edith Hall, guest lecture, Ancient Slavery and Modern Abolition

2006–Susan Ford Wiltshire, Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances, Greek Origins and the U.S. Constitution

2006–N. Gregson Davis, Shades of the Father, Transcultural Underworlds in Derek Walcott’s ‘Omeros’

Sabine MacCormick, guest lecture

2002–05–David Smith, history

Faculty seminar: Nationalism, History, Identity, and Culture

2004–Robert Skloot, The Theatre of the Holocaust
Visiting Scholar, George Behlmer, professor and director of undergraduate studies in modern Britain, social history of the family, history of medicine, colonialism in comparative perspective, University of Washington

1998–02–Robert Garratt, English

Faculty seminar: Ancient and Moderns

2001-Tom Van Norwick, visiting professor of classics, Oberlin College

Various Puget Sound faculty from humanities and social sciences