Fallon-Marshall Lecture Series
The Fallon-Marshall Lecture was established in 1994 by Mary Marshall as an event to discuss current issues in the humanities and social sciences. Named after Marshall and former dean of the legacy College of Liberal Arts Daniel Fallon, the annual lecture provides the opportunity to share the outstanding scholarship happening within the College of Arts & Sciences.
The Glasscock Center presents the Fallon-Marshall lecture series. Dr. Blanton (History) will deliver a lecture on 4/10/24.
“The Texas State of Mind: Navigating Myth and Politics to Interpret Texas History”
The Glasscock Center presents the Fallon-Marshall lecture series. Dr. Rouleau (History) will deliver a lecture on 4/12/23.
“Comic Book Panels and the 38th Parallel: The Korean War in American Popular Culture”