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The Historical Society of Southern California
2018 Annual Conference
From the Cold War to The Space Race: Science, Technology, And Society In Southern California
February 10, 2018
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
The HSSC 2018 conference has a theme of From the Cold War to The Space Race: Science, Technology, and Society in Southern California. Sessions will begin at 9:00am with the welcome and keynote. The Keynote/2018 Dunning Featured Speaker is Becky Nicolaides, Center for the Study of Women, UCLA, who will talk about Rethinking the Dream: Old and New Frameworks for Understanding Suburban Life in Southern California after 1950.
Other sessions will include: "Remembering Southern Californias Aerospace Era,""Roundtable: Postwar Civic Architecture: Pomonas Civic," "Community Building and Cultural Movements in Postwar Southern California," "War, Antiwar, and Cold War: The Vietnam Era in Southern California," and "Private-Public Partnerships in the Cold War." The full program is available at our website, thehssc.org.
Lunch will include the presentation of the 2017 HSSC awards. Lunch is available as as add-on after your select a registration option. The cost of lunch is $20.
Pre-registration is available until February 3, 2018. On-site regstration rates will be higher.
Contact HSSC Executive Director Amy Essington at email@example.com or call 323-222-0546 with any questions.