The Class of 1960 Scholars Fund, established at their 25th Reunion, brings eminent academics from other colleges and universities to campus to engage with Williams students both in and out of the classroom, sharing their work with the college community in public lectures.
Feb. 10, 7:15pm - Indiana University Professor Claude Baker
Pre-concert talk for 8pm performance
Apr. 5, 4:15pm - Columbia University Professor Walter Frisch
"Meet the Wizard: Harold Arlen, Over the Rainbow, and American Popular Song".
Apr. 4, 4:15pm – McGill University Professor Jon Wild
Oct. 18, 4:15pm – University of Pennsylvania Professor Gary Tomlinson
"1,000,000 Years of Music"
Feb. 17, 4:15pm – George Washington University Professor Douglas Boyce '92
April 15, 4:15pm – University of Chicago Professor Jeffrey Kallberg
Oct. 26, 7pm – Performance Anxiety Lecture with Linda Chatterton
Nov. 1, 4:15pm – Williams Faculty Musicology Lecture
Jennifer Bloxam: "The Sounds of Salvation: Music for a 15th-Century
Marjorie Hirsch: "Schubert’s Schauerballaden: From Gothic to Romantic"
W. Anthony Sheppard: "The Persistence and Parody of Orientalism in
Recent Opera and Operatic Production"