Native American History Comes to Pomona College

The History Department will be hosting a series of lectures this spring dedicated to the dynamic field of Native American Studies.  "Indigenous Americans: New Perspectives on the Past" brings five amazing scholars to campus for a series of lectures you won't want to miss.

All of the lectures will be on Thursday afternoons at 4:15 in Hahn 108.  Here's the full schedule:

February 16
Lisbeth Haas (UC Santa Cruz)
"Saints and Citizens: Indigenous Histories of Colonial Missions and Mexican California"

February 23
William Bauer (UNLV)
"Healing California: California Indians and American Violence"

March 2
Andrés Reséndez (UC Davis)
"The Other Slavery: The Uncovered History of Indian Enslavement in America"

March 23
​Kiara M. Vigil (Amherst)
"Natives in Transit: Indian Entertainment, Urban Life, and Activism"

April 6
Benjamin Madley (UCLA)
"An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe"


We hope to see you there!