Past Keynote Speakers
2013 "Suffrage Parades, Pickets & Postcards: Images of Vulnerable Bodies & Civic Obligations"
Dr. Catherine H. Palczewski, professor of Communication Studies and Women's & Gender Studies at the University of Northern Iowa.
2012 "Academic Malpractice? The Ongoing Popularity of Creationism among High School Biology Teachers"
Dr. Randy Moore, professor of Biology at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
2011"Placing Nuns Inside the Women's West: Convent Archives and Academic Research"
Dr. Anne M Butler, profeesor emerita of Utah State University
2010 "Archiving American Literature Online: How the Digital Humanities
Dr. Ed Folsom, Roy J. Carver Professor, University of Iowa
2009 "The Human Genome Project: Why All the Fuss?"
Alan E. Guttmacher, MD. - Acting Director - National Human Genome Research Institute
2008 "Rule of Law: The Holy Grail - What Is It and Why Is It So Difficult to Build?"
Erik Jensen, Advisor to the World Bank & Asian Development Bank
2007 "A New New World: The Democratization of Knowledge, Culture, Politics, and Pretty Much Everything in Between"
Andrew McLaughlin, Head of Global Public Policy & Government Affairs for Google, Inc. & Senior Fellow at The Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School
2006 "From Garbage to Stuff: How We Recycle Plastics"
Dr. William F. Carroll, Vice-President, OxyChem, 2005 President of the American Chemical Society
2005 "A Defence of Party Spirit"
Dr. Russ Muirhead, Harvard University
2004 "Small Talk: What It Does and Why It Matters"
Dr. Julia T. Wood, professor of Communication at the Univ. of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
2003 "The End of Ethics in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit"
John Lantos, MD - University of Chicago School of Medicine & MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics
2002 - "The Funds, Friends, and Faith of Happy People"
Dr. David Myers - Staley Distinguished Christian Scholar, Hope College
2001 - "Ancient Wisdom & Modern Love"
Dr. David O'Conner - University of Notre Dame