Check in starts at 10:00, Meeting starts at 10:30
Interviewing Political Women in the Age of Clinton and Trump
Natalie Fousekis is Director of the Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History (COPH) and Professor of History at California State University, Fullerton. She specializes in modern U.S. History, grassroots politics, women’s history, and oral history.
Fousekis has been engaged in oral history work for almost twenty-five years —conducting scores of interviews, teaching oral history methodology to undergraduate students, graduate students, and community members. She has coordinated and directed a number of oral history projects, including the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station Oral History Project in collaboration with the Orange County Great Park Corporation as well as the Women, Politics, and Activism Project funded by a major research grant from the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation.
In 2011 she also received a National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant for COPH’s Renovation and Expansion Initiative. Fousekis serves as the Oral History Association’s (OHA) Vice President and will serve as its President in 2019. Her book Demanding Child Care: Women’s Activism and the Politics of Welfare, 1940-1971, published in 2011, uses oral histories among other sources to examine a grassroots movement waged by mothers and educators to preserve California’s public child care program from World
Entrees: 1. Broiled Chicken Salad
2. Chicken Teriyaki with Steamed Rice
3. Chicken or Beef Fajitas with rice and beans
4. Vegetarian Entree
Entrees are served with Garlic Bread and choice of Cookies or Brownies for dessert.
RVSP with entrée choice. The cost of the meal is $20. Pay with cash or check made out to LWV OC at the door.
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