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Wednesday, March 22 @6 pm
David G. Pollart Center for Arts and Humanities – Public Lecture Series
WSU Pullman - Off Campus

In November 2022, the WSU Regents voted to rename the President’s residence on the Pullman campus in honor of Professor Ida Lou Anderson. Please join Trevor Bond and Phil Gruen for an illustrated presentation on the life of a remarkable Washington State College faculty member and graduate of Colfax High School who trained and inspired a generation of broadcasters including Edward R. Murrow. The panelists will provide an overview of Ida Lou Anderson’s life and an architectural history of the Anderson House.

Friday, March 24 @12 pm
English Graduate Organization Roundtable: Intersections of Digital Humanities and English Studies
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Title: Intersections of Digital Humanities and English Studies

Speakers: Dr. Richard Snyder, Blackburn Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of English, WSU Vancouver Dr. Lacy Hope, Assistant Professor of English, Utah Tech University Matthew Kollmer, PhD Student, School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Thursday, March 30 @12 pm
Pettyjohn Lecture: More than Casinos: Concepts of Wealth and Tradition in Indian Gaming
WSU Pullman - Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Today’s casinos serve as gathering places for native American communities just as sites of games and competitions did for our ancestors. Dr. Arnold will explain how contemporary Indian gaming connects to cultural traditions of spirituality and gambling that reinforce tribal political sovereignty in the present.