Upcoming Winter 2016 Redd Center Lectures


The Redd Center is excited to announce a full line-up of lectures for the upcoming months. We will be honored by some truly impressive scholars and three of the events represent our sponsored and named annual lectures. We have ironed out some of the technical difficulties we suffered during the Fall semester, upgraded our equipment, and are now set to offer a high-quality live video streams of these events at the Redd Center YouTube channel. If you cannot attend any of the events in person, please view online. Watch for more detailed accouncments here on the blog and event posts on our Facebook page in upcoming weeks.



27 January

W. Paul Reeve, Associate Professor of History, University of Utah

From Not White Enough to Too White: Rethinking the Mormon Racial Story

3:00 PM MST, B192 JFSB (Education in Zion Auditorium)


25 February - Annely Naegle Redd Lecture

James F. Brooks, Professor of History and Anthropology, University of California at Santa Barbara

A History of the Awat'ovi Massacre

7:00 PM MST, HBLL Auditorium


26 February

Shelly Fishkin, Professor of American Studies, Stanford University

Chinese Railroad Workers in North America

 2:00 PM MST, B192 JFSB (Education in Zion Auditorium)


3 March - William Howard and Hazel Butler Peters Lecture

LeAnne Howe, Professor of English, University of Georgia

Imagine There's No Cowboy: It's Easy if You Try

11:00 AM MST, B192 JFSB (Education in Zion Auditorium)


10 March

Sujey Vega, Assistant Professor of Women and Gender Studies, Arizona State University

En Mi Casa: Latino Latter-day Saints and the Making of Complex Mormon Identities

11:00 AM MST, B192 JFSB (Education in Zion Auditorium)


31 March - Clarence Dixon Taylor Lecture

Lisa Fillerup, Independent Scholar, Heber, Utah

Saving the Wasatch Stake Tabernacle and Redefining Pioneers

11:00 AM MST, B192 JFSB (Education in Zion Auditorium)


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