February 19, 2021
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute‘s online spring speaker series includes many University of Arizona Press authors from our spring 2021 catalog. We’re grateful to OLLI-UA for the continued invitation to be part of their noncredit learning program open to all adults over the age of 50.
Remaining spring program featuring University of Arizona Press authors:
February 22, 2021: The Diné Reader: Celebrating the Publication of the First Anthology of Navajo Literature
March 1, 2021: Diverting the Gila: The Pima Indians and the Florence Casa Grande Project, 1916-1928
March 8, 2021: Flower Worlds in the Art and Ideology of Prehispanic and Contemporary Indigenous Societies in Mesoamerica and the American Southwest
March 15, 2021: The Fernandeños: Lineages, Neophytes, Citizens, and Tribe
March 22, 2021: Becoming Hopi: A History
April 12, 2021: From A to Z, The History of Latino Politics in Arizona
More than 1,400 people are part of OLLI-UA in Southern Arizona. Visit here to learn more about an OLLI-UA membership, program registration, and check program changes.