Jamison Lecture

2024 Jamison to feature Mary Elise Sarotte

Ninth annual Jamison Lecture

Mary Elise Sarotte

April 11, 2024, 7 p.m.
Phyllis J. Bridges Auditorium in the Student Union at Hubbard Hall.

This year’s speaker is Mary Elise Sarotte, a leading expert on foreign policy, reveals how tensions between America, NATO and Russia transformed geopolitics.

The first 50 students to attend the lecture will receive a free, signed copy of Sarotte’s book, Not One Inch: America, Russia, and the Making of Post-Cold War Stalemate.

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About the Jamison Lecture

This annual event brings nationally or internationally recognized scholars or civic leaders to Texas Woman's University for a public lecture. It is made possible by the Alonzo and Elisabeth Jamison Lectureship Endowment, which assists the TWU Department of Social Sciences & Historical Studies in hosting the lecture. The late Alonzo Jamison represented Denton County in the Texas House of Representatives for 14 years, then served on the TWU faculty and as Chair of the Department of History and Government. His wife of 62 years, Elisabeth, was a TWU alumna who also taught at the university.

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Sarah Weddington at the inaugural 2016 Jamison Lecture.

Attorney, legislator and presidential advisor Sarah Weddington speaking at 2016's Inaugural Jamison Lecture.

Jamison Lecture 2020 Angie Thomas

Angie Thomas, author of “The Hate U Give,” and Rose Brock, editor of “Hope Nation," speak at the 2020 Jamison Lecture.

Sylvia Garcia at the 2019 Jamison Lecture

U.S. Congresswomen Sylvia Garcia speaks with moderator Jennifer Lawless at the 2019 Jamison Lecture.

Journalists Ashley Parker and Sabrina Siddiqui at the 2018 Jamison Lecture.

Journalists Ashley Parker and Sabrina Siddiqui discuss covering the Trump presidency with KERA's Krys Boyd at the 2018 Jamison Lecture.

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