Winter 2020 Lecture Series

Winter 2020 Redd Center Lecture Series

 

Announcing our Winter 2020 Lecture Series

 

Lectures are open to the public and stream live online on YouTube and Facebook. Past lectures can be viewed at the Redd Center YouTube Channel. We encourage educators to consider including one or many of these events in course syllabi, asking student to watch live, participate live in Q&A by sending questions in via Twitter or Facebook, or use the lecture videos as the launching point for a writing assignment or extra credit.

Lecture titles are tentative and room locations are tentative. Updates will be posted on the individual Facebook Event page (linked below).

View all upcoming events here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/BYUReddCenter/events.

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 January 30

Carol Cornwall Madsen, emeritus research historian, Brigham Young University

The Third Star, Emmeline B. Wells, and the Winning of Women's Suffrage in Utah

 

  • This lecture commemorates the 150 year anniversary of the 1869 passage of women's suffrage in Utah (Feb. 12, 1869) and first ballots cast by women in the territory (Feb. 14, 1869). Madsen is author of the award-winning Emmeline B. Wells: An Intimate History (University of Utah Press, 2017).

11:00 AM
Location TBD
Facebook Event Page (follow for updates)

 

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February 27

Megan Kate Nelson, Ph.D., historian and writer

When the Civil War Came West

2020 Annaley Naegle Redd Lecture

 

7:00 PM
Location TBD
Facebook Event Page (follow for updates)

 

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April 2

Thomas Alexander, professor emeritus, Brigham Young University

Fear and Flight, Brigham Young and the Move to Central Utah During the Utah War

Clarence Dixon Taylor Lecture

  • This is the 2020 Clarence Dixon Taylor Lecture. The Clarence Dixon Taylor awards and lecture exist to highlight this histories of Utah, Wasatch, and Carbon Counties in Utah. Alexander is emeritus professor of history at Brigham Young University and former director of the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies. He is a prolific scholar and author of multiple books. His most recent is Brigham Young and the Expansion of the Mormon Faith (University of Oklahoma Press, 2019).

11:00 AM
Location TBD
Facebook Event Page (follow for updates)

 

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