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Character Matters: Perceptions of Lafayette and Lessons for our Time

  • 11 Sep 2020
  • 5:00 PM
  • Zoom
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Character Matters: Perceptions of Lafayette and Lessons for our Time.

A panel discussion with AFL member-scholars

            The American Friends of Lafayette invites you to join us on
Friday, September 11, 2020 at 5:00 PM EST
for a panel of AFL member-scholars.

            The subject of the panel discussion will be “Character Matters: Perceptions of Lafayette and Lessons for our Time."

            Our panelists are:

1) Laura Auricchio, Dean of Fordham Lincoln Center Campus, Fordham University

2) Lloyd S. Kramer, Professor of History, University of North Carolina

3) Paul S. Spalding, Professor Emeritus of Religion, Illinois College.

The panel will be moderated by AFL President Alan R. Hoffman.

            Our panelists have spent years studying Lafayette and have produced substantial publications that have been well-received. 

Laura Auricchio authored The Marquis: Lafayette Reconsidered (2014)

Lloyd Kramer wrote Lafayette in Two Worlds: Public Cultures and Personal Identities
in an Age of Revolutions
(1996). 

Paul Spalding is the author of Lafayette: Prisoner of State (2010).


Register for this Event, and the Zoom video conference link will be sent to the email you provide in the registration form. zoom.us September 11, 5:00pm ET


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