Past Sankey Lecture Series

The Sankey Lecture Series Over the Years

For detailed information of our past Sankey Lecture Series events, including videos of the lectures, please visit: https://sankeylectures.ca/lectures/

2010: 
Professor Andreas Onnerfors
The university of Sheffield
“Perceptions of Freemasonry from the 18th century to the Internet”

2011:
Professor Jessica Hartland-Jacobs
University of Florida
“Global Fraternalism: Canadian Freemasons, the British Empire, and the World” 

2012:
Professor Steven Bullock
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
“The Heart of Masonry: Upstate New York and the New Nation, 1776-1826”

2013:
Professor Joy Porter
Univerity of Hull
“Native American Freemasonry: From Joseph Brant to the 21st Century”

2014:
Professor Renee Lafferty-Salhany
Brock University
“Brothers in Arms: Freemasons and the War of 1812”

2015:
Professor Susan Mitchell Sommers
Saint Vinvent College
“The Masonic Empire of Thomas Dunckerley: England to Quebec and the Broad Oceans In-between”

2016:
Professor Andrew Prescott
University of Glasgow
“Searching for the Apple Tree: What happened in 1716?”

2017:
Executive Director, Aimee E. Newell
Luzerne County Historical Society
“The Badge of a Freemason: New Stories from Old Aprons”

2018:
Professor William D. Moore
Boston University
“Catechism, Spectacle, Burlesque: American Fraternal Ritual Performance, 1733-1933”

2019:
Professor Chernoh Sesay Jr.
DePaul University
“Democracy, Freedom and the Beginnings of Black Freemasonry”

2020:
Professor Cecil Revauger
Universite Bordeaux Montalgne
” Enlightenment, Gender and Race: Personal Reflections of Leading Issues in Masonic Studies”