2020-2021

Summer Fellows

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Patrick Burtt
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Taylor Cozzens 
photo of Jordan Craddick
Jordan Craddick
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Micaela Cruce
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James Dupree
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Joseph Hall-Patton

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Lucas Kelley
photo of Alexander Langer
Alexander Langer
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Amorina Lee-Martinez 
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Ry McCracken
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Alex Miller
photo of Stephanie Narrow
Stephanie Narrow
photo of Mark Ocegueda
Mark Ocegueda
photo of Urooj Raja
Urooj Raja
photo of Austin Schoenkopf
Austin Schoenkopf
photo of Heather Sinclair
Heather Sinclair
photo of Alison Turner
Alison Turner
photo of Matt Villeneuve
Matt Villeneuve
photo of Ben Wright
Ben Wright

 

2020-2021

“Skills Repurposing” Weekend Workshops

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Dr. Tiffany González
TBD
“Representation for Change: How Chicanas Transformed American Politics in the Twentieth Century”
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Ariel S. LaGue
TBD
“The American Abattoir: Industrial Innovation, Legislation, and the Fight for Humane Animal Slaughter in the Cold War United States”

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Sean Fraga
TBD
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Nichelle Frank
TBD

“Sanitizing History: Environmental Cleanup and Historic Preservation in U.S. West Mining Communities”

2019-2020

“Skills Repurposing” Weekend Workshops

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Ryan Driskell Tate
May 8, 2020
TBD
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Farina King
April 24, 2020
TBD

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Carlos Hernandez
April 3, 2020
TBD
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Daniel Grant
March 20, 2020
TBD
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Greg Atkins
February 21, 2020

“God Willin’ and the Creek Don’t Rise”: Christianity and Nature in the American West
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Daniel Fischer
January 31, 2020

“Trapped by Progress? Technological Innovation and Winter Security in the Northern Plains, 1854-1949”
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Alison Laurence
December 7, 2019

“Sinclair’s Dinoland: How Artists and Oilmen Made Midcentury America Mesozoic”
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Alison Jefferson
November 22, 2019

“Black Leaders of Leisure in the Struggle for Freedom during the Jim Crow Era in the American West: The Implications of their Stories for Our Lives Today”

Weekends with the Accomplished

November 15-17, 2019 – Char Miller

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    Char Miller
    Director of Environmental Analysis; W.M. Keck Professor of Environmental Analysis and History; Chair of Sociology at Pomona College, in Claremont, California.


Pictured alphabetically: Kerri Clement, Tania Elmore, Zach Guilliano, Josie Hoien, Amorina Lee-Martinez, Patty Limerick, Alex Lund, Anna Marie, Char Miller, Leslie Moore, Eric Newcombe, Urooj Raja, Shannon Ross, Ricardo Simmonds, Natalie Stacker, Cecily Zander