Expo ‘74: Then & Now Speakers Panel at Eastern Washington University's JFK Library

Apr 23rd

Join Eastern Washington University faculty as they present the legacy of Expo ‘74 from multidisciplinary perspectives.

J William T “Bill” Youngs, PhD, Professor of History. Dr. Youngs is the author of the seminal work The Fair and the Falls: Spokane’s Expo ‘74.

Margo Hill, MURP, JD, Program Director, American Indian Studies, and Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning. Professor Hill, who attended the event as a child, will share her reflections of tribal history and participation in Expo ‘74.

Erin D. Dascher, PhD, Associate Professor of Geosciences. Dr. Dascher will reflect on the changes Expo ‘74 brought to the Spokane River, and explore the diverse ecosystem and current conservation efforts.

Special thanks to event donor Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters.

Persons needing accommodations may call 509.359.6201 three days prior to the event date.

More event details can be found online: https://www.ewu.edu/library/stories/expo74event/.

Campus map & information available online: https://www.ewu.edu/apply/visit-ewu/maps/.

Eastern Washington University's JFK Library Secrist Gallery

320 Media Lane
Cheney, WA 99004

  • Admission: Free
  • Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM