Bunyan Lectures

Each year the Stanford Astronomy Program organizes the Bunyan Lecture, named for James T. Bunyan (1898-1977), a member of the Hoover Institution and a scholar of Russian/Soviet history, whose will specified that his estate endow lectures that "inquire into man's changing vision of the cosmos and of human destiny as revealed in the latest discoveries in the fields of astronomy and space exploration."

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