Winter/Spring 2009

February 3 Irvin D. Yalom, M.D., author; Senior Scholar, Clayman Institute for Genetic Research; Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at Stanford

Staring at the Sun: Overcoming the Terror of Death

with Marilyn Yalom, Ph.D, author; Senior Scholar, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford

The American Resting Place: Four Hundred Years of History through our Cemeteries and Burial Grounds

February 17 Anne Robichaud, official Umbrian Regional Tour Guide

Italians, HANDS ON!

March 3 Arthur Ammann, M.D.. Founder, Global Strategies, Inc.

HIV: Saving One Life at a Time. Preventing infants from getting infected with HIV from their mothers

March 17 Sarah Freedman, Ph.D, Professor, School of Education, University of California, Berkeley

Rwanda: How to teach a country’s history after genocide

April 7 Frank Delaney, author; newest novel, Shannon

Who Do You Think You Are? Climbing the Family Tree

April 21 Gray Brechin, author; Founder, New Deal Project;
Visiting Scholar, Geography Dept., University of California, Berkeley

Rediscovering the Lost Landscape of the New Deal in California

May 5 Wilma Mankiller, author; first female principal chief of the Cherokee Nation

What it means to be an Indigenous person in the 21st Century

May 19 Marilyn Lacey, author; Executive Director, Mercy Beyond Borders

The Kindness of Strangers: My Quarter-Century with the World’s Refugees


June 2 Mark Hylkema, Santa Cruz District Archeologist for California State Parks

Ancestral Ohlone Indian Culture in Our Own Backyard

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