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LunchTime Time Machine: Where Have All the Indians Gone?

Brooks LTTM F23
101 LeConte Hall

The Department of History's Lunch Time Time Machine undergraduate lecture series this month features James F. Brooks, the Carl & Sally Gable Distinguished Professor of History and Faculty Affiliate in INAS. Dr. Brooks is an interdisciplinary scholar of the Indigenous and Colonial past. He served a decade on the Board of Directors of the Western National Parks Association, which supports research, preservation and education in 67 National Parks, including Coronado National Monument, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, and Channel Islands National Park. A Trustee of the Santa Barbara Mission Archive/Library, he also serves as advisory scholar to the Gilder Lehrman Institute for American History. Brooks also holds the position of Senior Consulting Editor of The Public Historian, the flagship journal of that discipline. 

Dr. Brooks will be expanding on the question, Where have all the Indians gone? Join us and maybe you'll find the answer.

Free Admission. Free history. Free pizza for lunch!

This is an FYO event.

All majors are welcome. Open to the public.

Brooks LTTM flyer (866.93 KB)

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Carl and Sally Gable Distinguished Professor of History

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