A State of Change: Oregon’s Evolving Identities

When

Wed, Apr 30, 2014
6:00 to 7:00

First come, first served.

Richard Etulain
What is an Oregonian? Our state and its citizens have had many identities, including an Eden of freedom and verdancy, a laboratory of democracy, and a land of logging. How might diverse interpretations of Oregon help us better understand the past, present, and future of our state? This is the focus of “A State of Change: Oregon’s Evolving Identities,” a free conversation with Northwest native and prolific history writer Richard Etulain.
 
This program is sponsored by Oregon Humanities.
 
 

Target audience:

Adults

Event type:

Lectures & author talks