TitleLecturerYear
Awakenings Revisited Oliver Sacks1994
Prehistoric Riverine Settlement in Amazonia: A Revisionist Perspective with Contemporary Implications William Denevan1994
How Decisions Happen in Organizations James March1994
Learning in Organizations John March1994
Photochemistry in an Ordered Universe – Using Light as a Scalpel, and a Crystal as Operating Table John Polanyi1994
The Responsibility of the Scientist in an Age of Science John Polanyi1994
Present Status of the Standard Model in Particle Physics Carlo Rubbia1994
Beyond the Standard Model Carlo Rubbia1994
Naturalism and Dualism in the Study of Language and Mind Noam Chomsky1994
The Separation of Powers during the Presidency of Thomas Jefferson Gerhard Casper1994
The Spiderless Web: Exploring the History of Criminal Justice Lawrence M. Friedman1994
Beyond Free Trade to Fair Trade Neil Kinnock1994
Business and Corruption: Framing the Haitian Question Michael Laguerre1994
Population and Practical Reason Amartya Sen1994
Mobile DNA: Ubiquitous and Unusual Genetic Elements Maxine Singer1993
Mobile Genetic Elements in Mammals Maxine Singer1993
Line-1: A Mobile Element in the Human Genome Maxine Singer1993
A Piece of Sunshine Hendrick van de Hulst1993
Far from the Stars – in the Midst of Astronomy Hendrick van de Hulst1993
Comparative Capitalism – The Japanese Difference Chalmers Johnson1993
California Employers Could and Should Apply Rational Economic Principles to Control Health Care Costs Alain Enthoven1992
European Community, International Trade and World Unity Jean-Claude Dischamps1992
California in the World Earl Pomeroy1992
The Imagined Problem of U.S. Isolationism Walter LaFeber1992
The Tocqueville Problem Walter LaFeber1992
Jefferson and the Course of U.S. Foreign Policy Walter LaFeber1992
How Does a Glue Work? Pierre-Gilles de Gennes1992
Ultradivided Matter Pierre-Gilles de Gennes1992
Classical Conditioning: Is There a Cellular Alphabet for Learning? Eric Kandel1992
Sensitization: The Long and Short of Long-Term Memory Eric Kandel1992
Habituation: A Reductionist’s Strategy to the Study of Procedural Learning Eric Kandel1992
Cell and Molecular Biological Approaches to Learning and Memory Eric Kandel1992
The Fractal Geometry of Nature’s Complexity Benoit Mandelbrot1992
Fractals: For the Pleasure of the Mind and the Pleasure of the Eye Benoit Mandelbrot1992
Sauer’s Origins and Dispersals: Its Implications for the Geography of Disease Peter Haggert1992
Sacrifice, Surplus and the Soul Romila Thapar1992
The World Economy after the Cold War C. Fred Bergsten1991
Governing the Marketplace: The American Revolution and the American Corporation Pauline Maier1991
Reconstructing American Political History Barry D. Karl1991
The Body Transparent: What More Can NMR Do For Biology and Medicine? Paul C. Lauterbur1991
Why Did It Take So Long? The Nature and Origins of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Paul C. Lauterbur1991
Heaven Is No Holiday – Eternal Life in the View of the Sufis and of Muhammad Iqbal Annemarie Schimmel1991
There’s More to Trade Than Trade John N. Turner1990
Greenhouse Warming: The Prospects for Collective Action Thomas C. Schelling1990
Cultures Clifford Geertz1990
Countries Clifford Geertz1990
Towns Clifford Geertz1990
Anthropologist Clifford Geertz1990
After the Fact: Indonesia, Morocco and the Recurrent Clifford Geertz1990
Qualitative Reasoning: How We Think Our Way through the Day Herbert Simon1990
Liberal Education: The View From Cognitive Science Herbert Simon1990
Literary Criticism as Cognitive Science Herbert Simon1990
Landscapes Without Llamas: Celebrating a Sauerian Tradition David Lowenthal1990
The Inca Civil War and the Establishment of Spanish Power in Peru John H. Rowe1990
Paradoxes of Women’s Citizenship: Jury Service The Case of the Broken Baseball Bat Linda K. Kerber1989
Paradoxes of Women’s Citizenship: Property The Case of the Confiscated Farm Linda K. Kerber1989
The Fortunes of Some British Mavericks Geoffrey P. Smith1989
The Fortunes of Some American Mavericks Geoffrey P. Smith1989
Parties and Mavericks: On the Necessity of Political Parties in Anglo-American Democracies Geoffrey P. Smith1989
The Big Bang Revisited Early Nucleosynthesis in an Inhomogeneous Universe William Fowler1989
The Age of the Observable Universe William Fowler1989
Estimating the Inestimable II Kenneth Boulding1989
Estimating the Inestimable I Kenneth Boulding1989
What Hopes for Progress: How Can We Realize Human Potential? Kenneth Boulding1989
What Hopes for Plenty: Can We Abolish Poverty Kenneth Boulding1989
What Hopes for Peace: Can We Abolish War? Kenneth Boulding1989
What Hopes for a Better World Kenneth Boulding1989
The Bajio: Mexico’s Earliest Colonial Frontier Karl Butzer1989
Physical Theory, Brain Theory, Theories of Everything Gerald Edelman1989
Morality, Law and Politics Jürgen Habermas1988
The Concept of Practical Reason Jürgen Habermas1988
Philosophy and the Fragments of Enlightenment Bernard Williams1988
Direction of Time Stephen Hawking1988
Black Holes, White Holes, and Worm Holes Stephen Hawking1988
Origin of the Universe Stephen Hawking1988
Identifying the Killers: Old World Diseases in 16th-Century Meso-America and the Caribbean Woodrow Borah1988
The Morals of Trade Philip Hawley1988
Thomas Jefferson and the French Revolution Robert R. Palmer1988
Paradoxes of Women’s Citizenship: Military Obligation The Case of the Fired Stenographer Linda K. Kerber1988
The External Debt Problem: Not Only a Financial Question Jes Herzog1987
Moral Conflict and Political Legitimacy Thomas Nagel1987
Is Biology an Autonomous Science? Ernst Mayr1987
Current Controversies in Evolutionary Biology Ernst Mayr1987
The Transforming Gene of a Leukemia Virus David Baltimore1987
Control of Antibody Gene Expression David Baltimore1987
Geometry and Physics: The Future Sir Michael F. Atiyah1987
Geometry and Physics: The Past Sir Michael F. Atiyah1987
Enzymology to the Rescue of Medicine Frank H. Westheimer1987
Are Our Universities Rotten at the ‘Core’? Frank H. Westheimer1987
Christian Platonism Henry Chadwick1987
International Banking and Domestic Politics: Perspectives on Debt and Development Andrew Brimmer1986
The Justification of Logical Laws Michael A. E. Dummett1986
Ecological Aspects of Disease in Human Populations Robert M. May1986
When Two and Two Do Not Make Four: Nonlinear Problems in Ecology Robert M. May1986
Toward Healthy Development in Childhood and Adolescence David A. Hamburg1986
International Cooperation for Health in Developing Countries David A. Hamburg1986
Avoiding Nuclear War: Crisis Prevention and U.S. – Soviet Relations David A. Hamburg,1986
To Claim the High Ground: Geography For the End of the Century David R. Stoddart1986
A Geographer Looks at the San Joaquin Valley James J. Parsons1986
The Intellectual’s Role in the Modern World Reinhard Bendix1986