September 1, 2020
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute‘s online fall speaker series includes many University of Arizona Press authors from our fall 2020 catalog. We’re grateful to OLLI-UA for the invitation to be part of their noncredit learning program open to all adults over the age of 50.
Here are the Press authors featured:
- Carolyn Niethammer, The Desert Feast: Celebrating Tucson’s Culinary Heritage, Monday, Sept. 21
- Julie Swarstad Johnson and Christopher Cokinos, Beyond Earth’s Edge: Poetry of Spaceflight, Monday, Sept. 28
- Tony Payan and Pamela L. Cruz, Binational Commons: Institutional Development and Governance on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Monday, Oct. 5
- Carlos G. Vélez-Ibáñez, Reflections of a Transborder Anthropologist: From Netzahualcóyotl to Aztlán, Monday, Oct. 12
- Nancy J. Parezo and Don D. Fowler, A Marriage Out West: Theresa and Frank Russell’s Explorations in Arizona, 1900–1903, Monday, Oct. 19
- Patricia Anderson, Revitalization Lexicography: The Making of the New Tunica Dictionary, Monday, Nov. 9
- Paul E. Minnis, The Prehispanic Ethnobotany of Paquimé and Its Neighbors, Monday, Monday, Nov. 16
- Chie Sakakibara, Whale Snow: Iñupiat, Climate Change, and Multispecies Resilience in Arctic Alaska, Monday, Nov. 30
- Mark K. Briggs, Renewing Our Rivers: Stream Corridor Restoration in Dryland Regions, Monday, Dec. 14
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