Alaska Day Lecture 2008

2008-11-04 by

The UAA Polaris Lecture Series’ annual Alaska Day lecture presents Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii and a guest appearance with Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich. Inouye recounts his role in Hawaii’s struggle for, and the road since, statehood.

This podcast was recorded on October 18, 2008.



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The Gray Area: Liars, Storytellers and Private Detectives

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John Straley presents, “The Gray Area: Liars, Storytellers and Private Detectives.” Straley is a private investigator, author of seven novels, and Alaska’s 2008 Writer Laureate.

This podcast was recorded on October 17, 2008, at the Alaska Visionaries, Seekers, Leaders and Dreamers conference presented by the Alaska Historical Society and the University of Alaska Anchorage.



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Giinaquq: Like a Face

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Sven Haakanson, Jr. provides the keynote address, “Giinaquq: Like a Face,” a discussion of an exhibit of masks collected on Kodiak Island by the French in 1872.

This podcast was recorded on October 17, 2008, at the Alaska Visionaries, Seekers, Leaders and Dreamers conference presented by the Alaska Historical Society and the University of Alaska Anchorage.



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50 Years of Alaska History

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Greg Kimura of the Alaska Humanities Forum moderates the panel discussion, “50 Years of Alaska History.” Panelists include Stephen Haycox (distinguished professor of history at UAA), Clark Gruening and John Havelock.

This podcast was recorded on October 17, 2008, at the Alaska Visionaries, Seekers, Leaders and Dreamers conference presented by the Alaska Historical Society and the University of Alaska Anchorage.



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Talking History: Visionaries of Alaska's Constitutional Convention

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In this podcast, Jack Coghill, Vic Fischer and Katie Hurley discuss their experiences in, “Talking History: Visionaries of Alaska’s Constitutional Convention.”

This podcast was recorded on October 16, 2008, at the Alaska Visionaries, Seekers, Leaders and Dreamers conference presented by the Alaska Historical Society and the University of Alaska Anchorage.



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