Oregon History 101 Promotional Video & Lecture Series

Produced in collaboration with the Oregon Historical Society and Oregon Encyclopedia, this short promotional video highlights a nine-part lecture series on Oregon state history.

Series Schedule and Speakers
September 8, 2014 Native Life and Pre-Contact Dr. David Lewis, Cultural Resources Director, Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde

October 6, 2014 Exploration and Fur Trade Dr. William Lang, Emeritus Professor of History, Portland State University Gregory Shine, Chief Ranger and Historian, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

November 3, 2014 Missionaries, the Oregon Trail, and State-Making Dr. David Johnson, Professor of History, Portland State University

December 1, 2014 Immigration and Ethnicity Dr. Jacqueline Peterson, Emeritus Professor of History, Washington State University

January 5, 2015 Cities and Towns Dr. Carl Abbott, Emeritus Professor of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University

February 2, 2015 Progressive Era and Women Dr. Kimberly Jensen, Professor of History, Western Oregon University

March 2, 2015 Economic Change: Ships to Silicon Chips Dr. Daniel Pope, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Oregon

April 6, 2015 New Politics: Environmentalism and Civil Rights Dr. Steven Johnson, Adjunct Professor of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University Dr. Marisa Chappell, Professor of History, Oregon State University

May 4, 2015 Thinking About Oregon Dr. Richard Etulain, Emeritus Professor of History, University of New Mexico Dr. Jane Hunter, Professor of History, Lewis & Clark College