2017 State History Conference “Local Matters”
Listen to select
sessions from the 2017 State History Conference
2016 State History Conference “Rural Utah, Western Issues”
Listen to select sessions from the 2016 State History Conference
2015 State History Conference “Deep Roots: Many Voice s “
Listen to select sessions from the 2015 State History Conference
Missed out on the 2015 State History Conference “Deep Roots, Many Voices”? Below are sessions that were recorded.
Documenting the Topaz Experience
Kimberly M. Jew (chair)
Scotti Hill: When Words Weren’t Enough: Curating the Topaz Museum’s Inaugural Art Exhibition Jane Beckwith: A Founders View, Topaz Museum
Christian Heimburger: “We Have Come to Understand Them, and We Admit We Need Them”: Japanese American Laborers in the Interior West, 1942-1944
Exploring Utah’s Multicultural Past through Oral History
Jodi Graham (chair)
Randy Williams: Cache Valley Refugee Voices
Deborah M. George: Root Sounds: The Utah African American Experience in Ogden
Sarah Singh: Twenty-fifth Street: The City That Never Slept
Immigration in Early Twentieth-Century Utah
John Sillito (chair)
Brian Whitney and Lorrie Rands: Immigrants at the Crossroads: An Oral History of Immigration into Ogden, Utah
Eileen Hallet Stone: Utah’s Jewish Agrarian Pioneers
Rochelle Kaplan: Jews in Utah: Not an Oxymoron!
Paiutes and the Circleville Massacre after 150 Years
Panel: Richard Turley (chair), Suzanne Catharine, Dorina Martineau, Sue Jensen Weeks, and Albert Winkler
Politics and Religious Authority
Greg Thompson (chair)
Gary Bergera: Ezra Taft Benson Meets Nikita Khrushchev, 1959: Memory Embellished
Kenneth L Cannon II and Geoffrey E. Cannon: Separation of Prophet and State? The 1914 Reelection of Reed Smoot
Jason Friedman: “Unless the ‘Saints’ decorate my personage with plumage and ‘something to make it stick’”: Duncan McMillan and the fight for Wasatch Academy
The Power of Oral History: Uncovering the Stories of Latino/as in Utah
Panel: Matt Basso (chair), Jennifer Macias, Juan Jose Garcia, Andrea Garavito Martinez
Two Changing Faces of Fundamentalist Mormonism: Rulon and Warren Jeffs
Craig L. Foster and Newell G. Bringhurst: Two Changing Faces of Fundamentalist Mormonism: Rulon and Warren Jeffs
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Utah State History hosts a collection of Brown Bags every year. We recently began recording these presentations so you can listen and not miss a thing.
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brown bags presented by a mix of lay and professionals working to document history.
Web Extras are produced for every issue of the Utah Historical Quarterly since 2014. Below are handful of interviews associated with specific articles for the extras.
News from Salt Lake, 1847-1849: A Conversation with Andrew H. Hedges – UHQ Summer 2016
Early Utah Women Inventors: A Conversation with Christine Cooper-Rompato – UHQ Summer 2015
Folklore and History: A Conversation with Steve Siporin – UHQ Spring 2015
Sounds of the Cathedral – UHQ Winter 2015
An Interview with Noel Carmack and Connell O’Donovan on the 1855 murder of Isaac Whitehouse in Parowan, Utah, and the Art of Historical Storytelling – UHQ Fall 2014
Utah State History hosts an annual conference on a select theme. Select sessions, plenary and keynote speakers have been recorded starting in 2015. Join in to take part of these conferences and intriguing topics.
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