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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Housing and Global Urbanization: Learning from Le Corbusier

Date(s): Dec 11, 2014

Born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, Le Corbusier rebranded himself and established his architectural practice in Paris in the roaring twenties, revolutionizing the design of homes and apartments, government buildings, and churches. The United Nations compound in New York City is essentially his des ...


Tax Liens, Tax Sales, and Due Process

Date(s): Oct 03, 2014

This presentation and discussion will focus on one of the least understood and yet most important aspects of property tax administration – that of delinquent tax enforcement. Collection rates of 90 to 95 percent are viewed with pride and satisfaction, but even these high rates frequently mask exter ...


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