Supported by an endowment from the estate of IU-B alumna Gene Lois Porteus Branigin, this series of lectures brings to the Bloomington campus interdisciplinary scholars whose work is provocative and challenging.
During their stays on campus, the Branigin lecturers meet with a variety of faculty and student groups, both formally and informally.
The Lee H. Hamilton Fellowship was created in 2010 by the IAS and the Center on Congress to honor the ideal of public service and the career of Lee H. Hamilton who served with distinction in the U.S. House of Representatives for thirty-four years (1966-1999). Beginning in 2011-2012, and for a period of three years, the Hamilton Fellow will be selected annually by the IAS and the Center and the recipient will be brought to the Bloomington campus to give an address on a matter of public concern and to meet with students, faculty, and other interested groups.
Fellow’s lectures are no longer recorded, however, some older lectures are available in video, audio, or text formats.