Niles Lectures

1999
Michael Ruse, Ph.D., University of Guelph
Can a Darwinian be a Christian?

2000
George V. Coyne, Ph.D, S.J., Vatican Observatory
When the Sacred Cows of Science and Religion Meet

2002
Arthur Zajonc, Ph.D., Amherst College
Finding Common Ground: The Common Cognitive Source of Science and Spirituality

2004
Kelly Bulkeley,  Ph.D., John F. Kennedy University
Religion and Brain-Mind Science: Dreaming the Future

2005
Stephen S. Raab, M.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Ethics and Healthcare: Improving Patient Safety by Examining Pathology Errors

William Phillips, Ph.D., National Institute of Standards and Technology
Ordinary Faith, Ordinary Science

2007
David Barash, Ph.D., University of Washington
The Hare and the Tortoise: The Conflict Between Culture and Biology in Human Affairs, or: When Baboons Drive Hummers

2009
Gayle E. Woloschack, Ph.D., Zygon Center for Religion and Science
Challenges for Our Times: Evolution, Genetics and Technology

2011
Derrick Pitts, Ph.D., Franklin Institute
Science, Galileo and the Rise of Science Denialism

2012
Drs. Michael Greenwald, Karen Johnson, Aswini Pai, Laura Rediehs, Aileen O’Donoghue, St. Lawrence University
Are the Values of Science and Religion Compatible?

Christopher Corbally, Ph.D, S.J., Vatican Observatory
Heroic Galileo and the Message in the Stars