The Alaska World Affairs Council Presents
Dr. Peter W. Schramm,
Executive Director, Ashbrook Center at Ashland University
“Recollections from the Hungarian Revolution of 1956”
Friday, 11th February, 2011 – Hilton Hotel
Doors open at 11:30 a.m. – Program begins at 12:00 p.m.
RSVP by Wednesday, 8th February
to the Alaska World Affairs Council
by telephone 276-8038 or
by email to AlaskaWorldAffairs.org .
Lunch Program $20 for Members – $25 for Non-Members – $10 for Coffee Only
Peter W. Schramm is the Executive Director of the John M. Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs, a Professor of Political Science, and Chairman of the Master of American History and Government Program at Ashland University. Prior to his work at Ashland, he served in the Reagan Administration as the Director of the Center for International Education in the United States Department of Education. Before entering government service, Dr. Schramm was the President of the Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy, in Claremont, California.
Dr. Schramm earned his Ph.D. in government from the Claremont Graduate School in 1980. He holds two Master of Arts degrees, one from Claremont in Government and the other in International History from The London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London. He has received the Mentor Teaching Award seven times.
Dr. Schramm has edited, co-edited, and contributed to a number of books, including, Natural Right and Political Right, The 1984 Election and the Future of American Politics, Lessons of the Bush Defeat, American Political Parties and Constitutional Politics, Consequences of the Clinton Victory, Separation of Powers and Good Government, Statecraft and Power, History of American Political Thought, The Heritage Guide to the Constitution, Why Coolidge Matters, Booker T. Washington: A Re-Examination and wrote the Introduction to Lord Charnwood’s Abraham Lincoln: A Biography (Madison Books, 1996).
He blogs at No Left Turns, writes a regular column for On Principle, and has published in The Claremont Review of Books, The Historian, The Columbus Dispatch, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, and other papers in Ohio.