2015 Scholars Lecture Series

Speaker

Topic

  Date

 

George R. Matthews

 

"Trader, Prisoner, and Governor: David Meriwether's Roads to New Mexico."

12 March  
Robert J. C. Baca

"History and People of the Socorro Land Grant"

16 May

10:00 a.m. Cottonwood Valley Charter School  Socorro

Susan C. Boyle, Ph.D.

"Contraband and the Regulation of Trade in New Mexico, 1820s-1830s"

TBA

 

William Carlton

"Northern New Mexico Farmers' Cooperative Association, Apples, and the 'Big Freeze' of 1971."

Spring

 

Elena Friot

"Bringing Bataan Home: New Mexico and the War in the Pacific 1942-2012."

Spring

 

Tobah M. Gass, Ph.D.

"The Florence Bailey Journals"

TBA

 

Alyosha Goldstein, Ph.D.

"Settlement and Dispossession in the Colonial Present: Aamodt."

TBA

 
M. David Key, Ph.D.

"Founding Stockholders of the Elephant Butte Water Users' Association."

TBA

 

Elizabeth Leahy
 
"History of the University of New Mexico" TBA  

Kate Moore

"The Tortugas Pueblo"

TBA

 

Darren A. Raspa

"Policing, Moonshine, and Murder in New Mexico, 1919-1933"

TBA

 

Deni J. Seymour, Ph.D.

"Documentary Evidence of the Jumanos and Sumas"

"Transcription and Analysis of the 1787 Ugalde Diary for Lipan Nation Building Effort"

TBA

 

Jane Sinclair, Ph.D.

"First American Tribal Pageant"

TBA

 

Kathleen Washburn, Ph.D.

"Tsianina Redfeather Blackstone in Song and Print."

TBA

 

M. Grace Hunt Watkinson

"Bleeding Soul: Apache Ethnotrauma in the American Southwest, 1850-1906."

TBA