Week of Events
Exhibit: Asian American Activism: From the 1960s to the Present
THRU December 23. PETER J. SHIELDS LIBRARY. Exhibit traces the Asian American Activism movement from the 1960s to the present, with a focus on the University of California, Davis campus. Using documents, photographs, and oral histories recordings, this interactive exhibit strives to diversify online sources for Asian American History and ethnic studies.
Democracy by Participation: The Life and Legacy of Cruz Reynoso
THRU December 23. SHIELDS LIBRARY. Democracy by Participation highlights the life and career of Cruz Reynoso (1931-2021), the first Chicano Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court, former professor at the UC Davis School of Law, and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Peterson's work has been recognized with awards and fellowships. Her fifth book, Life in a Field, was selected for the 2020 Omnidawn Open Book Prize. She is the Director of the Graduate Creative Writing Program at the University of California at Davis, where she is Professor of English and a Chancellor’s Fellow. Gullette is a National Poetry Series Finalist, the recipient of a 2022 Bread Loaf scholarship, and a 2022 semi-finalist for the Discovery / 92Y Contest. He is the editor-in-chief of The Cortland Review. 7p. Free
Monthly book sale on the first Fri (12–7p), Sat (10a–5p), and Sun (10a–3p) of each month. Each Sun, fill a bag for $10!
Kim Stanley Robinson will present and sign copies of his new book, The High Sierra: A Love Story, from 7–9p. $10