Ben Madley (UCLA) comes to campus this Thursday, April 6 at 4:15p.m. in Hahn 108 to speak about his new book, An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe.
James C. Scott, the 2017 Ena H. Thompson Distinguished Lecturer, delivers two public lectures on Tuesday, March 28 and Thursday, March 30, at 11:00 a.m. in Rose Hills Theater.
Native American scholar Dr. Kiara M. Vigil (Amherst College) visits Pomona College this Thursday, March 23 at 4:15 (Hahn 108) to share her latest work, “Natives in Transit: Indian Entertainment, Urban Life, and Activism.”
Andrés Reséndez (UC Davis) shares his book The Other Slavery: The Uncovered History of Indian Enslavement in America on Thursday, March 2 at 4:15 p.m. in Hahn 108.
William Bauer (Associate Professor of History at UNLV) visits Pomona College to give a talk titled "Healing California: California Indians and American Violence." The event is Thursday, Feb. 23 @4:15 (Hahn 108).
Acclaimed California historian Lisbeth Haas (UC Santa Cruz) comes to Pomona College on Thursday, February 16 to share her work "Saints and Citizens: Indignous Histories of Colonial Missions and Mexican California."
A slate of cutting-edge scholars--whose work helps shed light on the dynamic history of indigenous Americans--is coming to Pomona College this spring. You won't want to miss "Indigenous Americans: New Perspectives on the Past."
Mark Carey, Associate Professor of History and Environmental Studies at the University of Oregon, provides examples of how melting glaciers in mountain regions have affected and continue to affect local societies.
Professor Makhroufi Ousmane Traoré is a new “tenure track” professor of History and Africana Studies. We spoke with him recently to learn more about him and his work.
Professor Chu just returned after a year-long sabbatical. We caught up with her to hear more about her travels.