Clements Center Monthly Talks

Clements Center Monthly Noon Lecture Series

During the semester the Clements Center organizes monthly programs for SMU faculty, staff, graduate students, and members of the community who are interested in topics related to the Texas, the American Southwest and the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.  Presentations are wide-ranging and interdisciplinary, often reporting on current research, recent publications, or new exhibitions.

Unless otherwise specified, these presentations are held on Wednesdays at noon in Room 153 of Heroy Hall, 3225 Daniel Avenue, SMU.


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Kacy Hollenback

SMU Assistant Professor of Anthropology

 It’s About More Than Standing Rock: A Discussion of Successes and Struggles for Heritage, Tradition, and Sovereignty in the Face Energy Development on the North American Great Plains


Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Aimee Villarreal 

The Clements Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America

 Reclaiming the Sanctuary City


Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Sarah K. M. Rodriguez

The Summerlee Fellow for the  Study of Texas History

From Anáhuac to Appomatox: Texas Secession in the Age of Civil War


Wednesday,March 7, 2018

Thomas Richards

The David J. Weber Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America


 


Tuesday, April 8, 2


Tuesday, April 8, 2


March 19, 2014