Old Town Hall Lecture Series
Celebrating the North Shore's rich historical past, the Gordon College Institute for Public History is delighted to announce the inaugural season of our annual lecture series at Salem's historic Old Town Hall.
The Old Town Hall Lecture Series takes place from November 2010 through May 2011 on the third Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm at Old Town Hall, 32 Derby Square, Salem, Massachusetts.
The lectures are as follows:
Nov. 18 - Richard Francis - Judge Sewall's Apology
Dec. 16 - Emerson "Tad" Baker - Witchcraft & Conflict in Early New England
Jan. 20 - Bonnie Hurd Smith - Forming a New Era in Female History: The Life and Legacy of Judith Sargent Murray
Feb. 17 - K David Goss - Salem and the Civil War: 150th Anniversary
Mar. 17 - Thomas A "Tal" Howard - America, Europe and the Religious Divide
April 21 - The Museum of Salem planning team - Opening of the new Museum of Salem
May 19 - David D. Hall - Witch Hunting and Popular Religion of the 17th Century
VIP Subscription: $175
(VIP Subscribers enjoy a reception with each speaker at 7:00 pm before the lecture,
preferred seating, and a discounted ticket price)
Regular Subscription: $105
Regular Subscribers enjoy preferred seating and a discounted ticket price)
Individual tickets will be available three weeks before each lecture (Individual,
$20; Student, $10). Please check back.
Old Town Hall
32 Derby Square
Salem, MA 01970
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|