April 8–9, 2022 | A workshop sponsored by the Department of History, Department of Art History, Pacific Basin Institute, Middle Eastern Studies/Asian Studies, Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College, and Environmental Analysis.
Khazeni's new book The City and the Wilderness recounts the journeys and microhistories of Indo-Persian travelers across the Indian Ocean and their encounters with the Burmese Empire at the turn of the nineteenth century.
Her research has primarily developed around three areas: the lived experience of ‘race’ and racism; feminist theory and the interconnections between beauty, emotions and racism; visual methodologies and applied research.
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.”
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).
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."