Lew Wallace

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Dr. Howard Miller discusses Victorian travelers and tourists

Dr. Howard Miller: Victorian Travelers & Tourists

Dr. Howard Miller joined us on Thursday, May 2 to discuss Victorian travelers and tourists. What, if anything, is the difference between a “traveler” and a “tourist”? Between an “actual” and an “armchair” traveler or tourist? Dr. Miller explains all in his lecture. As it turns out, Lew and Sue […]

The 1925 Ben-Hur: Epic End to an Era

The 1925 Ben-Hur cinematic adaptation marked the end of two eras. MGM’s colossal production epitomized and culminated the tradition of spectacular silent epics. Additionally, the film came at the end of almost six decades in which Wallace’s “Tale of the Christ” was never far from the center of American religious […]

Religious Conversion in Ben-Hur – Lecture Video

We had a great crowd last night for Dr. Howard Miller’s lecture “Religious Conversion in Ben-Hur and in the Life of Lew Wallace.” We also streamed the lecture on Facebook Live, which was a popular option for those who couldn’t be with us in person. If you were unable to […]