Great Speakers for Campus Events

OAH Distinguished Lecturer Robert F. Jefferson Jr. standing with students at Colorado State University-Pueblo.

OAH Distinguished Lecturer Bethany Moreton speaking at Emory University

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(from the top) OAH Distinguished Lecturer Robert F. Jefferson Jr., University of New Mexico, with students at Colorado State University-Pueblo.

OAH Distinguished Lecturer Bethany Moreton, Dartmouth College, speaking Emory University

OAH Distinguished Lecturer Stephen Kantrowitz, University of Wisconsin-Madison, speaking at Beloit College

OAH Distinguished Lecturer Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, University of California, Irvine, speaking at Sarah Lawrence College

OAH Distinguished Lecturer Stephen Kantrowitz speaking at Beloit CollegeWow your audience. Host an OAH Distinguished Lecturer.

The OAH Distinguished Lectureship Program connects student leaders and campus event organizers with great guest speakers who specialize in American history. OAH Distinguished Lecturers have been well received by college audiences across the country and hosted by numerous student-led groups such as honor societies, history clubs, multicultural student centers, and graduate student associations. Our roster includes Pulitzer and Bancroft Prize winners as well as outstanding teachers whose expertise has been recognized by their universities.

OAH Distinguished Lecturer Judy Tzu-Chun Wu speaking at Sarah Lawrence College

See what we have to offer:

Lecture fees start at $1,000, payable to the OAH, plus travel expenses, reimbursable directly to the speaker. We can work with student groups to minimize costs.

Contact us with any questions or to start the invitation process for your next guest speaker.