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Lectures & Other Events

This list of lectures is constantly updated throughout the semester as new opportunities are arranged. Please click on available links to confirm dates and times, as information is subject to change. 

Note: many of these lectures are not offered by PAW partners, but are still listed as part of PAW's effort to increase awareness of all relevant campus opportunities to UNM's graduate student community.

24 Jan 20195:30-7:00 PMSueños del Coyote: the Emergence of Genizaros in the Nuevomexicano Literary Imagination
Lecturer: Enrique lamadrid, Professor Emeritus of Spanish and former director of Chicano Hispano Mexican Studies
Zimmerman Library 105University Libraries
6 Feb 20195:30-7:00 PMCrownpoint Boarding School Through Diné Generations
Lecturer: Farina King, Assistant Professor of History at Northeastern State University
Zimmerman Library 105University Libraries
7 March 20195:30-7:00 PMNew Mexico's Least Understood Export: Conrad Hilton
Lecturer: Mark Young, Professor of Practice at the University of Houston
Zimmerman Library 105University Libraries
20 March 20199:30-11:00 AMThe Mechanics of Skepticism: What Climate Change Can Teach Us About Belief and Reason
Lecturer: Troy Swanson
Refreshments from 9:30-10:00 AM; Lecture from 10:00-11:00 AM
Zimmerman Library, Willard RoomUniversity Libraries
4 April 20195:30-7:00 PMNew Mexico and the Rise of Global Hispanism
John Nieto-Philips, Associate Professor of History at Indiana University Bloomington
Zimmerman Library 105University Libraries
9 May 20195:30-7:00 PMReies Lopez Tijerina: New Mexico's Moses
Lecturer: Ramón A. Gutiérrez, Preston & Sterling Morton Distinguished Serve Professor of U.S. History at the University of Chicago
Zimmerman Library 105University Libraries