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Apr 6 2020 | Topics of the West
Bill Lilley reviews "The Big Goodbye: 'Chinatown' and the Last Years of Hollywood," a new book by Sam Wasson.
Berens and Polakoff meditate on the recent COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on rural Americans in an op-ed published in the Omaha World-Herald.
Mar 17 2020 | Out West student blog
Sasha Landauer meditates on a new collection of photographs from Lukas Felzmann.
To take precautions against the spread of the novel coronavirus, the Bill Lane Center is canceling several March workshops and events in keeping with university policy and public health guidelines.
A recent ArtsWest symposium explored the challenges and opportunities immersive technologies present for artists, audiences, and museums.
A Hoover Institute and Bill Lane Center poll measured attitudes of California voters in advance of the 2020 presidential primary, with Bernie Sanders emerging as the top Democratic presidential nominee
Feb 26 2020 | Center News, Happenings
Bill Lane Center Visiting Scholar Pat Shea offers a winter quarter course on the complicated history of public lands in the United States


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Jun 3 2020 | Out West student blog
Hannah Kelley discusses the impacts of COVID-19 on the Navajo Nation.
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