When and where are the lectures?
This year's Campbell lectures will take place on Nov. 12, 13 and 14 in Farnsworth Pavilion in the Rice Memorial Center/Ley Student Center. Seating opens at 5:45 p.m. and the lectures will begin at 6 p.m. Please arrive early as seating will be limited.
Are the lectures free and open to all?
Yes, all three lectures are free and open to the public.
How long are the lectures? The lectures, including questions from the audience, are expected to last approximately one hour. A reception will follow the Nov. 13 lecture.
Where is the neartest university parking for the lectures?
Paid parking is available in the Central Campus Garage adjacent to the Rice Memorial Center.
2020 Campbell Lecture Series
The 2020 Campbell Lecture Series will be announced in the fall semester. Please check back for updates.
The Campbell Lecture Series
Supported by a generous gift from T.C. Campbell '34 through the Campbell Fund.
Each year, the series brings a distinguished humanities scholar to campus to give lectures on a topic of broad humanistic interest. Through a special arrangement with the University of Chicago Press, the lectures are later published as a book.