Lecture     Series: Hatfield Lecture Series

Erika Lee

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Series tickets $90 – $300 ($80 – $270 for OHS members) / Individual tickets $30 – $80 ($25 – $75 for OHS members)

Tuesday, April 28, 2020
7PM – 8:30PM

  • Family-friendly
  • Teachers

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
1037 SW Broadway Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97205
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Event Type: LectureAudience(s): Family-friendly, TeachersLocation: Portland

America for Americans: A History of Xenophobia in the United States

One of the nation’s leading immigration and Asian American historians, Erika Lee teaches American history at the University of Minnesota, where she is a Regents Professor, the Rudolph J. Vecoli Chair in Immigration History, and the Director of the Immigration History Research Center. She is the author of four notable books, including most recently, America for Americans: A History of Xenophobia in the United States and the award-winning The Making of Asian America: A History. Lee also founded and directs the Immigrant Stories Digital Storytelling Project, which works with recent immigrants and refugees to create, preserve, and share their immigration stories through a free multi-lingual web app and publicly-accessible archive. She is also an active public intellectual and is a frequent news commentator and consultant. She is a recipient of the Andrew Carnegie Fellowship, (also known as the nation’s “brainy award”) and is the incoming Vice President of the Organization of American Historians.

Ability Accommodation Information

This event provides the following accommodations:

  • Handicap Accessible


America for Americans: A History of Xenophobia in the United States

About the Series

For over 20 years, the Oregon Historical Society has presented the Mark O. Hatfield Lecture Series, bringing together the nation’s top scholars and award-winning authors for thought-provoking evenings of history.

Series tickets go on sale September 18, 2019!
Individual tickets will be available January 2, 2020.

MEMBERS: Exclusive presale on now! If you have not received an email containing details on how to access the presale, please contact us at communications@ohs.org or 503.222.1741.

 

2020 Series Speakers

Joanne B. Freeman. Photo by Beowulf Sheehan

Joanne B. Freeman


The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War

Joanne B. Freeman is an expert on early American politics. Her newest book, The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War, explores the impact and legacies of physical violence in the U.S. Congress leading up to the Civil War.

Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

Henry Louis Gates, Jr.


Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy, and the Rise of Jim Crow

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. is the director of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University, host of Finding Your Roots, and author of Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy, and the Rise of Jim Crow.

Erika Lee

Erika Lee


America for Americans: A History of Xenophobia in the United States

One of the nation’s leading immigration and Asian American historians, Erika Lee is the author of four notable books, including America for Americans: A History of Xenophobia in the United States and The Making of Asian America.

Evan Thomas

Evan Thomas


First: Sandra Day O’Connor

Evan Thomas is the author of ten books including New York Times bestsellers Being Nixon, John Paul Jones, Sea of Thunder, and First: Sandra Day O’Connor. For 33 years, Thomas was a writer, correspondent, and editor at TIME and Newsweek.

All lectures begin at 7pm at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.

Tickets and Pricing

Series tickets go on sale September 18, 2019!

Individual tickets will be available January 2, 2020.

MEMBERS: Exclusive presale on now! If you have not received an email containing details on how to access the presale, please contact us at communications@ohs.org or 503.222.1741.

Level

Series

Member
Series

Individual
Lecture

Member
Individual
Lecture

Patron
includes access to exclusive post-lecture receptions with speakers

$300

$270

$80

$75

Reserved

$175

$150

$50

$45

General Admission

$90

$80

$30

$25

Tickets can be purchased online at portland5.com, by phone at 800.273.1530, and in person at the Keller Auditorium Box Office and all TicketsWest locations.

Due to flooding, the Portland’5 Box Office on Broadway is currently closed for walk-up ticket orders. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Keller Auditorium Box Office, located at 222 SW Clay (on the corner of 3rd and Clay in downtown Portland). We apologize for the inconvenience!

Arts for All Tickets: Show your Oregon Trail Card in person at the Portland’5 Box Office to purchase $5 tickets to individual lectures in the Mark O. Hatfield Lecture Series.

Sponsorship Opportunities Available! (PDF)

Interested in sponsoring 2020 Hatfield Lecture Series? Contact Ali Griffin at ali.griffin@ohs.org or 503-306-5258.

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  • The Acorn Fund of OCF
  • Anonymous (2)
  • Mort & Mary Lang Bishop
  • Raymond & Mary Hull Caballero
  • Devil's Food Catering
  • Kathy Eaton
  • Fred & Patricia Granum
  • Irv & Gail Handelman
  • John & Sara Hortenstine
  • J & S Bishop Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation
  • Elizabeth M. King & Rick Brandeburg
  • Marianne W. King
  • Eric & Hollie Lindauer
  • Gil & Peggy Miller
  • Kathy Moyd
  • Joy Dress-Neitling
  • Rebecca Hill & John Parks
  • Sarah & Richard Munro
  • Tom & Chris Neilsen
  • Perkins Coie
  • Charles & Ruth Poindexter
  • Lynn & Steve Pratt
  • Dana Rasmussen
  • Jeannie & Leonard Santos
  • Dori Schnitzer & Mark Brown
  • Kay Stepp & Garry Bullard
  • Bob & Barre Stoll
  • Carole Ann White
  • David & Catherine Willmott
  • Bryan & Maureen Wolf