History Colorado brings renowned historians, authors, artists, activists and more to communities all over the state to explore Colorado’s rich history and cultures. Upcoming speaker series include This Is What Democracy Looks Like, Borderlands of Southern Colorado, and InSights & InPerson.
The stories told in the Borderlands of Southern Colorado exhibit are getting richer. Join authors, artists, scholars, and activists from around the country this fall for the Borderlands of Southern Colorado lecture series as they deepen discussions an complicate narratives on various Borderlands topics. All talks are free and open to the public.
This series is sponsored by Colorado State University-Pueblo. Talks at Fort Garland Museum & Cultural Center are further sponsored by the Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area.
The Center for Colorado Women’s History, a community museum of History Colorado, is taking our lectures about Colorado women online. The Colorado Women Lecture series aims to expand the understanding and collective memory of the history of women in Colorado by having conversations with local authors, researchers, and historians.
Hey, history lovers! Hear in person from the people making history matter at InSights and InPerson, a program hosted by History Colorado's curatorial services and collections access staff. Every month, historians and history makers present insights into their work. Audience participation and dialogue are always part of the program.
Spend time with Colorado authors, meet our History Colorado experts, or experience other exclusive events that are sure to educate and inspire. Programs run throughout the year so be sure to check back here for the most up-to-date information.