Scrippscasts (page 13)

March 14, 2006

Susan Anderson '74 Returns to Scripps

Author, media consultant, and community activist Susan Anderson ’74 returns to her alma mater in March to share her research about Allensworth, a California town settled and managed in the early 20th century exclusively by African-Americans. As the 2006 Louis Langland Alumna-in-Residence (LLAiR), Anderson will discuss the historical significance of the town.

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February 10, 2006

Kathleen O’Brien Wicker Endowment Lecture Series Welcomes Teresia Hinga

Teresia Hinga, associate professor of religious studies, Santa Clara University, delivers the Kathleen O’Brien Wicker Endowment Lecture at Scripps College Monday, February 27.

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January 31, 2006

Scripps Alumna Returns to Share Her Research on the All-Black California Town

Susan Anderson, Scripps class of ’75, returns to Scripps College in March as the 2006 Lois Langland Alumna-in-Residence (LLAiR).

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January 29, 2006

Mario Bósquez: "The Chalupa Rules: A Latino Guide to Gringolandia"

Mario Bósquez offers his guidelines for success based on the childhood game Chalupa or Loteria, a Mexican bingo that uses vibrant folkloric images, as an illustration on how people can be successful while holding on to the history and values of their ancestors.

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January 19, 2006

Alexa Fullerton Hampton Speaker Series “Voice and Vision” Welcomes Kevin Powell

Kevin Powell, journalist, community activist, poet, and hip-hop historian will present a lecture, “Keepin’ It Real: Black Images in the Media and Popular Culture” on Thursday, February 9.

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December 2, 2005

Ingrid Johnson: Olive Percival

Ingrid Johnson, MLIS, guest curator, Scripps College Denison Library, discusses the life and work of Olive Percival (1860-1945), writer, photographer, gardener, artist, and bibliophile.

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November 18, 2005

Kenneth Turan: "Documentary Golden Age? We're Living In It"

Kenneth Turan, film critic for both the Los Angeles Times and NPR’s Morning Edition, speaks as part of the Scripps College Humanities Institute symposium, “The New Documentary Impulse: Critical Perspectives.”

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September 30, 2005

The Elizabeth Hubert Malott Commons Presents a Lunchtime Lecture with Author Nan Mooney '92

Author Nan Mooney ’92, discusses her recent book, “I Can’t Believe She Did That: Why Women Betray Other Women at Work,” on Friday, October 14, 12 pm., in the Hampton Room of the Malott Commons, Scripps College.

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