Tuesday, February 20, 2018,
Miller Library / Robinson

The Osborne Family of Waterville had several important associations with Colby. The college's recent decision to rename the President's house creates an opportunity to explore many facets of the Osborne story. Primary source materials, including documents and photographs in our own college archives, preserve traces of the Osbornes' lives, placing these family members within their historical and cultural contexts. Please join us for a thoughtful discussion, followed by a reception.

Our panelists, listed alphabetically:
Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, Professor, Sociology and African-American Studies, Colby
Candace Kanes, independent scholar, former Curator, Maine Memory Network/Maine Historical Society
Sonja Thomas, Assistant Professor, Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Colby

Our moderators, listed alphabetically:
Namita Bhattacharya '19
Bethany Okezie '20

Location: Special Collections, Miller Library
Panel discussion in the Robinson Room, and Reception in the Wormser Room

Public event