The Clarke Historical Library sponsors four to five programs each semester during the academic year. These presentations are open both to those attending the University and to the community as a whole. A reception for the presenter, to which the public is invited, usually follows each presentation. The presentations fit within the research focuses of the Clarke - most often on some aspect of Michigan history or addressing some subject regarding children’s books.
Many presentations are taped and are available via podcast for viewing. To the right are links giving you more information about this semester’s programs and video or text from those past presentations which were recorded or for which the presenter made a text available.