2004 Lincoln Legacy Lecture Series

Lincoln Legacy Lecture

Ethics and Power

October 7 & 14 & 21, 2004,
Brookens Auditorium,
University of Illinois Springfield


The UIS Center for State Policy and Leadership and Phillip Shaw Paludan, Distinguished Professor of Lincoln Studies at UIS, hosted the 2004 Lincoln Legacy Lecture Series at UIS. The series began on October 7 with Professor Mark Neely, Jr. from Pennsylvania State University speaking on “Civil Liberties in Lincoln’s Presidency.” Neely is a Pulitzer Prize winner for History in 1992. Professor Mark Summers from the University of Kentucky spoke October 14 on “The Politics of Patronage in Lincoln’s Era.” The series concluded with Professor William Miller from the University of Virginia speaking on “Lincoln’s Presidential Virtues” on October 21. Approximately 600 attended over the course of the series


Program (PDF)

All Lectures of the 2004 series are available on Video on Demand

DVDs of the lecture series can be purchased from the UIS Office of Electronic Media by calling (217) 206-6799.

For more information contact Rob Fafoglia,

phone: (217) 206-7163

email: rfafo2@uis.edu