Bicentennial Symposium: Legacies
Date: September 29, 2006 Location: Albany Quadrangle
Friday-Saturday, September 29-30
Albany Quadrangle & Agnes Flanagan Chapel
This final symposium commemorating the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition is an open examination of the impact of the Voyage of Discovery on the people, environment, economy, infrastructure, and history of the American West.
Engaging environmental, economic, political, Native American, and policy points of view, Lewis & Clark College faculty and guest speakers will attempt to determine where exploration is headed in the 21st century and will provide a forum for reflection on what has been learned during this period of examination of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Sessions are held throughout the day, Friday and Saturday. For symposium fees and details of conference, consult Bicentennial Programs
Wildness and the Soul of the American West: The Crucial Role of the Federal and Indian Lands
Charles Wilkinson, Moses Lasky Professor of Law, University of Colorado School of Law
Friday, September 29, 7:30 p.m.
Agnes Flanagan Chapel
In addition to his many articles in law reviews, popular journals, and newspapers, Wilkinson’s thirteen books include the standard law texts on public land law and on Indian law. In his latest book, Blood Struggle: The Rise of Modern Indian Nations, he poses what he calls “the most fundamental question of all: Can the Indian voice endure?”
This talk is presented by Bicentennial Programs, Lewis & Clark Law School, and the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission.
Free and open to the general public
There Went the Neighborhood: The American West Since Lewis and Clark
Saturday, September 30, 7:30 p.m.
Newmark Theatre, Portland
Ian Frazier is an American humorist, author of the national bestseller, Great Plains and essayist for The New Yorker
General admission - $20; students and seniors - $15
TicketsWest (503-224-8499), Center for the Performing Arts (503-248-4335), or College Bookstore.