The School of Undergraduate Studies presents two large lectures: Dean Thomas Gilligan’s Emerging Global Economic Growth and Dean Paul Woodruff’s How to Spot a Tyrant When You See One. Students are also encouraged to attend linked events: plays and intimate lectures that offer alternative or in-depth perspectives on the same topics as the large events.
How to Spot a Tyrant When You See One:
Models of Tyranny and Leadership from Classical Drama
Dean Paul Woodruff, School of Undergraduate Studies
September 22 at 7 p.m. in Bass Concert Hall
Tyranny is the opposite of freedom. If we care about our freedoms we need to know what tyranny looks like. Tyranny shows up brilliantly in theater. We will see t