The Arizona Historical Foundation has a long and rich tradition of sponsoring guest speakers representing a wide range of topics and points of view. In keeping with that tradition, we are pleased to announce the program for the 2005 Barry M. Goldwater Lecture Series. Our thanks to Dr. Gary Driggs who provided the conceptual framework and arranged an outstanding list of speakers.
Our theme this year reflects the New West. Growth and development are contemporary issues defined by politics, economics, and pioneering entrepreneurs. Our speakers are the very history makers who have shaped the growth and development in a state known for its boom and bust cycles.
|Jack L. August, Ph.D.|
Water, Politics, and the Arizona Dream: The Modern Origins of the Central Arizona Project
|Grady Gammage, Jr.|
Phoenix in Perspective
Thomas J. Popa
|Elliott D. Pollack|
The Slippery Slope Upward: Growth and Development in Maricopa County
|John F. Long|
A Half Century of Progress: Reflections on Arizona’s Growth and Development
Aerial Photography: Tool for Growth and Development in Arizona
|Robert L. Ward|
The Retail Industrial Complex: Malls, Growth, and Development in Arizona
Lectures are held at:
ASU’s Kerr Cultural Center
Tickets: $16 Reserved seating; $15 General Seating. AHF Member and Complete Series discounts available. Please contact Box Office.
Call the Arizona Historical Foundation for more details. 480-965-3283