These People Have Always Been a Republic: Indigenous Electorates in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, 1598-1912
New Works on the Indigenous West: "These People Have Always Been a Republic"
Wed., Apr. 6
Category: Lectures
Location: Zoom event (PST)

Author Maurice Crandall and ICW Social Media Director Jessica Kim discuss Crandall's book These People Have Always Been a Republic: Indigenous Electorates in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, 1598-1912...

 
Is Marriage the Answer? Concerns about Marriage and Racial Inequity from W. E. B. Du Bois to Our Own Times
Wed., Apr. 6
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Tera Hunter, professor of American History and African-American Studies at Princeton University, discusses and critiques some of W. E. B. Du Bois's seminal ideas which have endured for more than a...

 
Erika Lee
Reckoning with America's Long History of Anti-Asian Violence
Thu., Apr. 7
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Award-winning author and historian Erika Lee discusses current efforts to reckon with America’s long history of anti-Asian violence that saw Asian immigrants massacred, expelled from cities and...

 
Giant Magellan telescope at night
Carnegie Observatory Lecture Series: 2020-2022: 21st Century Astronomy So Far
Mon., Apr. 11
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

The Carnegie Lecture series returns to celebrate its 20th anniversary by recreating their original lineup of speakers from the first season. Dr. John S. Mulchaey, who founded the series in 2002,...

 
"Native Hoops: The Rise of American Indian Basketball, 1895-1970"
New Works on the Indigenous West: "Native Hoops"
Wed., Apr. 13
Category: Lectures
Location: Zoom event (PST)

Author Wade Davies and ICW Director William Deverell discuss Davies' book Native Hoops: The Rise of American Indian Basketball, 1895-1970 that tells a story of hope, achievement, and celebration,...

 
18th century print of monster fighting sea monster
Wonder and Wonders: Eighteenth-Century Science and the Imagination
Wed., Apr. 13
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Tita Chico, professor at the University of Maryland, explores how the concept of wonder during the eighteenth century helps us to see the imaginative underpinnings of how we come to understand the...

 
New Works on the Indigenous West: "Through a Native Lens: American Indian Photography"
New Works on the Indigenous West: “Through a Native Lens”
Wed., Apr. 20
Category: Lectures
Location: Zoom event (PDT)

Author Nicole Dawn Strathman, UNLV Professor of History William Bauer, and ICW Director William Deverell discuss Strathman's book Through a Native Lens: American Indian Photography that explores...

 
Skill, Speed, and Diplomacy: The Artistic Achievement of Don Bachardy
Wed., Apr. 20
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Robert Flynn Johnson, curator emeritus of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, discusses how Don Bachardy was one of the most insightful draftsmen...

 
Lisa See and Nathan Wang
Conversation: Nathan Wang and Lisa See on "On Gold Mountain"
Thu., Apr. 21
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Thurs., April 21, 2022 | 7:30–9 p.m. | Rothenberg Hall | Free with reservation

Chinese American composer Nathan Wang, the 2022-23 Cheng Family Foundation Visiting Artist in the Chinese...

 
Ayana Jamieson
Revisiting Octavia E. Butler’s Pasadena - April 23
Sat., Apr. 23
Category: Lectures
Location: Pasadena Public Library - La Pinturesca Branch

Ayana Jamieson, local educator and founder of the Octavia E. Butler Legacy Network, will lead a moderated conversation about our...

 
James Webb Space Telescope
Carnegie Observatory Lecture Series: The Past, Present, and Future of the James Webb Space Telescope: Seeking Our Origins in Stars and Galaxies
Mon., Apr. 25
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Dr. Alan Dressler, Staff Scientist Emeritus at Carnegie Observatories describes the previous, current, and prospective state of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). The JWST originated in a 1995...

 
Lonnie G. Bunch III, Karen R. Lawrence, Robert C. Davidson Jr.
Why It Matters: Lonnie G. Bunch III in conversation with Karen R. Lawrence and Robert C. Davidson Jr.
Tue., Apr. 26
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Lonnie G. Bunch III, 14th Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, joins Huntington President Karen R. Lawrence and Huntington Governor Robert C. Davidson Jr. in a conversation about why museums...

 
New Works on the Indigenous West: "Indian Cities: Histories of Indigenous Urbanization"
New Works on the Indigenous West: "Indian Cities"
Wed., Apr. 27
Category: Lectures
Location: Zoom event (PDT)

Author Kent Blansett and ICW Associate Director Elizabeth Logan discuss Blansett's co-edited book Indian Cities: Histories of Indigenous Urbanization that highlights the impact of Indigenous...