Denise Uyehara and Cheri Gaulke, Los Angeles Performance artists, will talk about their work and engage in a conversation with the audience on Monday, November 14 in Lebus Court 113, Pomona College at 4:15 pm.
On Friday, April 26, 2013 seniors from the 5-College American Studies Program presented summaries of their senior theses to an appreciative audience in a packed house in the library of the History Department at Pomona College.
Matt Delmont wrote an essay on the racial legacy of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand titled “Clark Aids Blacks on Bandstand? Not always. A historian on the complex racial legacy of the music show Dick Clark hosted.”
The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden offers two summer fellowships for undergraduate or graduate students interested in American Studies, U.S. History, Museum Studies, Education, or Historic Preservation.