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The Remnant Trust

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The Remnant Trust at WTAMU has been generously supported by Barbara and Jim Whitton. The Department of History at WTAMU has been privileged to host some of these fantastic early edition manuscripts offering the university and local community the opportunity to hear from great faculty members and outside speakers while gaining access to see and touch this great works.
The Remnant Trust (TTU)
he Remnant Trust is a public educational foundation that shares an actively growing collection of manuscripts, first edition and early works dealing with the topics of individual liberty and human dignity with some pieces dating as early as 2500 B.C. The Remnant Trust makes this collection available to colleges, universities and other organizations for use by students, faculty, scholars and the general public. Those exposed are encouraged to touch, feel and read the originals, including first English translations.

Past Events

Fall 2019

October 1 * The Remnant Trust * JBK Legacy Hall *  6:30 p.m.
The Western Heritage & Global Consequences of the Paris Peace Conference
Featuring Dr. Elizabeth Morrow Clark

Roundtables at 12:30-1:15 in JBK Senate Chamber
Sept. 17 *  International Organizations with Dr. Chris Macaulay
Sept. 24 * The Middle East with Ms. Courtney Crowley
Oct. 1 * Literature & World Affairs with Dr. Bonnie Roos

Remnant Trust event on Oct 1 in JBK Legacy Hall at 6:30 p.m.Remnant Trust Roundtables


Fall 2018

The Remnant Trust * Science Through the Ages: Ethics, Astronomy, & Matter
Speakers: Dr. Cathy Clewett, Dr. Nick Flynn, Dr. David Craig
 
Remnant Trust Science Through the Ages
 
Fall 2017

The Remnant Trust Returns to WTAMU
Here We Stand: The Reformation and the History of Freedom
Featuring Dr. Bruce C. Brasington
 
The Remnant Trust lecture featuring Dr. Bruce BrasingtonThe Remnant Trust Documents on Loan at WTAMU