"Food Frontiers: Borderland Ecologies in Early North America"
- On Thursday, march 03, 2016 at 16:00
- Blaisdell House
Dr. Natale A. Zappia, Assistant Professor of History at Whittier College, will talk about his history research and his current project, "Food Frontiers: Borderland Ecologies in Early North America" in the Blaisdell House Seminar Room. He is the author of The Many Faces of Edward Sherriff Curtis: A Collection of Portraits and Stories from Native North America (with Steadman Upham, University of Washington Press, 2006), based on the Curtis collection in Special Collections, Honnold Library. His latest book is Traders and Raiders: The Indigenous World of the Colorado Basin, 1540- 1859 (University of North Carolina Press, 2014).Professor Zappia will also talk about his experiences as an MA student in the CGU History Department.
Please join us for this informal discussion. There will also be ample food and drink.
Blaisdell House 143 E. 10th St.,