Author Visit: The Everlasting People (Virtual)

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History, Virtual

Age Group:

Adults
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Join us to hear Matthew J. Milliner, Associate Professor of Art History at Wheaton College, discuss his new book, The Everlasting PeopleDr. Milliner researched Christian writer G.K. Chesterton's life and work—including The Everlasting Man, his neglected poetry, his love for his native England, and his own visits to America—in order to understand and appreciate Indigenous art, mythology, and the complex, often tragic history of First Nations peoples, especially in the American Midwest.

This is a hybrid event, with an in-person presenter and both in-person and virtual participants. This registration is to attend virtually. To attend in-person instead, click here.

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