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History Lecture Series: Accommodation and Resistance

History Lecture Series: Accommodation and Resistance

This year’s lecture series focuses on the cultural conflicts that occur when two worldviews collide. The fall lectures by Cal Lutheran faculty members deal with First Nations’ resistance to and accommodation of English settlement in colonial North America, the Inca opposition to the Spanish incursion by Pizarro, and responses to the British Raj that led to modern-day India. Three more lectures will be presented in the spring.

Oct. 15: “Mr. O., Pocahontas, and the Beaver Wars” – Michaela Reaves, PhD, History

Nov. 12: “Resisting Pizarro in Peru” – Samuel Claussen, PhD, History

Dec. 11: “The British Raj” – Paul Hanson, PhD, History

Admission is free. Funded by the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Grant for “Lyceum: Humanities and Beyond!”

Sponsored By
California Lutheran University and the Thousand Oaks Grant R. Brimhall Library


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