Established to honor Edward T. Breathitt, an eminent Kentuckian (Governor of KY, 1963-67) and an outstanding alumnus of the University of Kentucky whose interest in higher education and the humanities was exceptional, this lectureship is awarded to an undergraduate whose qualities of mind and spirit have been expressed eloquently on one or more of the basic concerns of the humanities: form, value, and memory.
Rewriting the Narrative of Urban Poverty, with a Focus on Community Organizing and Autonomy in Oaxaca, Mexico
LECTURE BY EVAN SWEET
The 2014 Breathitt Lecture was held at 7pm, Thursday, January 30, 2014 in the W. T. Young Library auditorium.
The Edward T. Breathitt Undergraduate Lecturer receives a special award and an honorarium of $500.