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JAMES ARTHUR LECTURE Emily Akkermans, Ph.D. -
“Timekeeping in the British Navy during the American Revolution”. Curator at the Greenwich Observatory National Maritime Museum, England.
Mike Barsanti “Early Philadelphia Clockmakers and The Library Company of Philadelphia”. Director of the Library Company of Philadelphia
Robert C. Cheney “Willard Family in the Revolution”. Executive Director and Head Curator at the Willard House & Clock Museum.
Mary Jane Dapkus “American Clock Making and Revolutionary Freemasonry”. Independent scholar and author specializing in the history of early American clock making.
Damon DiMauro "The Mullikens: Eyewitnesses to a Revolution." Professor in the Department of English, Languages & Linguistics at Gordon College, author of articles on early-American horology.
Walter H. "Sunny" Dzik, M.D. "Engraving on English Table Clocks: Art on a Canvas of Brass 1660-1800". Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School and a practicing physician at Massachusetts General Hospital. Author of a book on the theme of his talk.
Don Fennimore "David Rittenhouse." Co-author of two recent definitive books on the Stretch and Claggett families of clockmakers. An upcoming book focuses on the Rittenhouse brothers and their clocks.
Bruce R. Forman “The Achievements of Benjamin Rittenhouse, Colonial Clockmaker”. Independent scholar and author on many important aspects of early American horology.
Elizabeth Fox "Isaiah Lukens, Philadelphia Clockmaker" (on the add-on tours). Curatorial assistant of American Art at the Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.