American Podium: Clay Jenkinson as Pres. Theodore Roosevelt 11/23/2016 Seattle Public Library Watch the video here Watch history come alive when scholar Clay Jenkinson appears in costume and character as President Theodore Roosevelt. President Roosevelt served seven years, 171 days as the 26th President of the United States. He was an accidental president “kicked upstairs” […]
Clay’s most important book is The Character of Meriwether Lewis: Explorer in the Wilderness. Soon after publication he was interviewed by John Harris on Prairie Public Television.
From KUWO.org in Seattle: Scholar and author Clay Jenkinson is known to many listeners as the co-host of The Thomas Jefferson Hour. You may also know that every year he visits Seattle to perform one of his historical interpretations. He calls it the highlight of his year. This time around Jenkinson came in the guise […]
From KUOW.org in Seattle: Time travel is a perennial fascination. Where would you go? Who would you meet? The website Ranker places Thomas Jefferson in the top ten of popular figures, just behind Winston Churchill and ahead of John Kennedy. Our guest in this episode of Speakers Forum is adept at a kind of time […]
Clay Jenkinson, a humanities scholar who adopts the persona of Thomas Jefferson, engaged students and answered questions during a morning session on Oct. 15, 2014 at Tidewater Community College’s Chesapeake Campus. Students from American literature classes and others came to the Black Box Theatre in the Chesapeake Academic Building for the one-man performance.
Clay Jenkinson, author, humanities scholar and director of The Dakota Institute, portrays President Thomas Jefferson in a one-of-a-kind performance at the 2013 Rural Futures Conference. He shares what Jefferson thought about boundaries and the new world, as well as how the Rural Futures Institute parallels his vision.