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Upcoming Events

The Duane Smith Lecture in Southwest Studies to feature Dr. Jared Orsi

Lecture will be held in Noble Hall #130

The 2019 Duane Smith Lecture in Southwest Studies will feature Dr. Jared Orsi, professor of history at Colorado State University. Dr. Orsi specializes in environmental and borderlands history. He'll present on the life of Zebulon Pike, based on his book Citizen Explorer (Oxford, 2014).

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 - 7:00 pm - Note: The lecture is in Noble Hall #130

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A Garden on Paper: Drawing on a Scientific Legacy

A lecture from FLC art professor Amy Wendland

FLC Art & Design Professor Amy Wendland will discuss botanical art & illustration, based on her recent collaboration with the FLC Department of Biology. This public program supports the new gallery exhibition, Cannabis: A Visual Perspective, original works of art scientifically and beautifully featuring various strains of this plant.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 - 5:30 pm - Center's Lyceum Room #120

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CSWS Doctoral Fellow Research Project Presentation

2018-2019 Fellow, Patrick Troester

Patrick Troester will present on his research utilizing the Center's collections on borderland violence in and around 19th century New Mexico.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 - 5:30 pm - Center's Lyceum Room #120

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