Cheryl Greenberg, Paul E. Raether Distinguised Professor of History, Trinity College, A History of Black- Jewish Relations- A Usable Past for the Age of Trump ( April 23, 2018)

Paul Robinson, Law Professor, University of Pennsylvania, Trigger Crimes and Social Progress:  The Tragedy-Outrage-Reform Dynamic in America (April 25, 2017)

Leslie Desmangles, Professor of Religious Studies, Trinity College, The People of the Lonely Star:  The Jewish Diaspora in the Caribbean, (April 25, 2016)

Josiah Ober, Professor of Political Science, Stanford University, The Rise and Fall of Classical Greece (April 27, 2015)

Drew Hyland, Charles A. Dana Professor of Philosophy, Trinity College, Nietzsche’s Love for Socrates (April 28, 2014)

Dagmar Herzog, Distinguished Professor of History and Daniel Rose Faculty Scholar, City University of New York, Sexuality in Europe: A Twentieth Century History and a History of the Present (04/22/2013)

Joan D. Hedrick, Charles A. Dana Professor of History, Trinity College, Spirited Women: The Visions of Harriet Beecher Stowe and Ellen White, Prophet of Seventh-day Adventism (April 23, 2012)

Amitava Kumar, professor of English, Vassar College, Make Your Own Academic Sentence (03/08/2011)

Frank G. Kirkpatrick, Trinity College, Churches in Crisis: How Sex, the Bible, and Authority Are Dividing the Faithful (03/15/2010)

Michael Burlingame, Connecticut College (emeritus), The Life of Abraham Lincoln: New Findings, Fresh Perspectives (03/23/2009)

Louis Masur, Trinity College, Race and Boston: The Story of a Photograph that Shocked America (10/29/2007)

Warren Goldstein, historian, University of Hartford, William Sloan Coffin and the Glory, Decline, and Revival of Liberal Protestantism in American (11/06/2006)

Kathleen Curran, architectural historian, Trinity College, Atmosphere and Art: The American Museum and the Period Display (11/07/2005)

Martha Crenshaw, political scientist, Wesleyan University, Why Us?  The United States and Terrorism (10/21/2004)

Borden W. Painter, historian (and president), Trinity College, The Fascist Transformation of the Eternal City (10/28/2003)

Daniel Goldhagen, political scientist, Harvard University, A Moral Reckoning: The Role of the Catholic Church in the Holocaust (03/13/2003)

Alden Gordon, art historian, Trinity College, From Public to Intimate in Eighteenth-Century French Portraiture: The Image of Madame de Pompadour, Mistress to Louis XV” (10/30/2001)

Paul Goldberger, author and architecture critic for The New Yorker, Is There Still a Reason for Cities?  10/30/2000)

Michael Fitzgerald, art historian, Trinity College, Picasso’s Paintings of the Artist’s Studio: An Exhibition for Hartford and a Central Theme in Modern Art (10/25/1999)

Samuel D. Kassow, historian, Trinity College, Polish-Jewish Relations During World War II  (10/28/1998)

Stephen B. Oates, historian and biographer, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, The Man at the White House Window: Abraham Lincoln and the Central Idea of the Civil War (10/29/1997)