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A Reckoning with History: The Mapping Prejudice Project
Dr. Kirsten Delegard is a historian at the University of Minnesota. Her presentation will be followed by a panel discussion on racially restrictive housing covenants and policies. Panelists include Dr. Larry Cebula ( EWU), Logan Camporeale ( Spokane’s City Preservation Office), Jillisa Winkler ( The Carl Maxey Center), and Jennyfer Mesa ( Latinos en Spokane). Dr. Veta Schlimgen ( Gonzaga University) will serve as moderator.
The War That Destroyed America
Dr. Benjamin Hopkins, Professor of History and International Relations at The George Washington University, discussed his latest project, The War That Destroyed America, which detailed the costs—not only financial, but also social and political—of America's war in Afghanistan.
Dr. Hopkins is a Council on Foreign Relations Fellow and Public Policy Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center, and has authored, co-authored, or co-edited numerous books, including The Making of Modern Afghanistan, Fragments of the Afghan Frontier, and Ruling the Savage Periphery: Frontier Governance and the Making of the Modern State.