Event Detail

Latino History in Montana with Dr. Bridget Kevane
Click here to view image
Community :: Community Event also Community :: Community Event
Latino History in Montana with Dr. Bridget Kevane
6:30 PM
Lewis and Clark Library
Register in advance for this webinar: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_eEyO4FdOScayNsQaFh_1yA  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Learn about the vibrant history & future of the Latino community in Montana. Latinos have a
more than two-centuries-old history in Montana, yet few know about Latino history, culture, or
their economic contributions to the state. From the fur trade to the sugar beet, from our Flathead
cherries to construction, Latinos have had a long and vibrant culture in Montana that continues to
this day. Dr. Bridget Kevane discusses the critical role that current border policies are having on
the community and immigration.

Dr. Bridget Kevane is a professor of Latin American and Latino Studies Program as well as the
director of Liberal Studies at Montana State University. Her research focuses on Latino/a studies,
specifically the literature, culture and history of Latino/a communities in the United States. In
addition to numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, she has written four
books, including her most recent, The Dynamics of Jewish Latino Relationships: Hope and
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: Lewis and Clark Library
Address: 120 South Last Chance Gulch Helena, MT 59601
Phone: 406.447.1690

Add Event to Calendar: