Winter/Spring 2022


February 1 David McLain,  Photographer

The Search for Longevity

February 15 Dr. Sylvia Earle, Underwater Explorer

Creating Hope Spots in the Blue Heart of our Planet

March 1 Tim Farrell, Retired Teacher, Hogarth Collector

Gin, Sin, Sex in the City: William Hogarth’s London

March 15 David Kennedy, Stanford Professor of History, Emeritus; Founder, Bill Lane Center for the American West

How the West Was Won and What It Has to Lose

April 5 Norman Naimark, American Historian, Robert and Florence McDonnel Professor of Eastern European Studies, Stanford University

Putin and Ukraine

April 19 Michael McRay

Storyteller and Conflict Resolution Consultant

Conflict and Emotions: What Are They Trying to Tell Us?

May 3 Dr. Elizabeth Ward, Executive Director, Los Altos History Museum

The Use and Misuse of Medieval History

May 17 Akilah Carter-Francique, PhD, Executive Director – Institute for the Study of Sport, Society, and Social Change, San Jose State University

Sport: A Platform for Social Change

June 7 Dr. Richard Kogan, Concert Pianist and Psychiatrist

Beethoven’s Deafness: Psychological Crisis and Artistic Triumph