Lectures & Videos

Every spring and fall, the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy brings a variety of scholars, practitioners and authors for the Lincoln Lecture series at Lincoln House, which is free and open to the public. Most lectures are at midday and lunch is provided. Registration is required. Use the search box at below to find past and future lectures on specific topics. Select lectures are videotaped and accessible from anywhere in the world, and available in the list of lecture videos below.

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From Social Stigma to Housing Solution: The Case of Manufactured Housing

Date(s): Jun 25, 2015

It is a little known fact that manufactured housing—homes built in factories to meet the HUD Code, the only national building code in the world—represents the largest unsubsidized affordable housing stock in U.S. While efficient manufacturing reduces production costs and high-density, low impact de ...


Are We Living in A Second Gilded Age?

Date(s): Jun 16, 2015

In his new book, Henry George and the Crisis of Inequality: Progress and Poverty in the Gilded Age (Columbia University Press, 2015), author Edward T. O'Donnell brings a fresh examination of the influential reformer Henry George, and the tumultuous period known as the Gilded Age (1870-1900). ...


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