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      September 24, 2020

       

      1700 Northeast 63rd Street
      Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111

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      Brown Bag Lunch Series: Women’s Creative and Political Work in Santa Fe during the 1920s

      During the early 1920s, journalist Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant participated as one of four founders of the Indian Arts Fund in Santa Fe, today’s Indian Arts Research Center’s collection at the School for Advanced Research. Sergeant’s network of reformers included Willa Cather, John Collier, Mary Austin, and Mabel Dodge Luhan. Join Patricia Loughlin, Ph.D., Professor of History in the Department of History and Geography at the University of Central Oklahoma, as she deepens our understanding of the network of writers, artists, and anthropologists in the American Southwest who came together in a variety of ways and associations to preserve Native arts in the United States during the early twentieth 20th century. Bring your lunch or purchase one at The Museum Grill. Reservations are not required. Free admission to the Board Room and The Museum Grill.

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