LA Historical Society’s 2016-17 Lecture Series Begins With ‘Multiple Perspectives Of The Atomic Bomb’

Kallie Funk, left, Judith Stauber and Stephanie Yeamans during a trip to Japan. Courtesy photo

HISTORICAL SOCIETY News:

The Los Alamos Historical Society announces its 2016-2017 lecture series, “Multiple Perspectives of the Atomic Bomb.”
 
The lectures are 7 p.m., on the second Tuesday of the month at Fuller Lodge unless noted otherwise. Visit http://losalamoshistory.org for a listing and schedule of lectures and events.
 
The kickoff event Sept. 13, features Museum Director Judith Stauber, Registrar Stephanie Yeamans and Intern Kallie Funk, with an Art Space at 6 p.m., panel at 7 p.m., and reception at 8 p.m.
 
Culture CO-OP:
  • 6 pm: Art Space: Origami Cranes, Murals and more
  • 7pm: Panel: “Los Alamos History Museum in Japan”
  • 8pm: Taste of Culture Reception
Join us for a participatory evening of intercultural exploration! Los Alamos Historical Society Museum Director Judith Stauber is founder and director of the Los Alamos Japan Project. Stauber traveled to Japan with Registrar Stephanie Yeamans and Intern Kallie Funk. Hear about their meetings with colleagues at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum and their goal to develop dialogue between communities in New Mexico and Japan.
 
Contact Stauber for more information at judith@losalamoshistory.org.
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