Bullock Texas State History Museum presents New Perspectives: Comanche Culture

Bullock Texas State History Museum
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New Perspectives: Comanche Culture is a mini-symposium where short talks will reveal fresh insight on historic and current Comanche people. Experts from the fields of history, documentary film, and art will provide commentary and share research from their respective disciplines.

After the presentations, guests can join the discussion or tour original exhibitions to truly appreciate Comanche contributions to the Texas identity. Whether it's a reexamination of the historic tribal range, a study of the Comanche ethos or the development of a native-centric narrative for the big screen, all of the talks at this program will explore how the Comanche have been represented through time.

This group of presenters and their work sheds new light and deepens the understanding of the tribe. These new lines of inquiry recognize the crucial role of the Comanche people in telling their own story and allows for a fuller picture of Texas history.

Event Details

When

12.8.18 | 10:00 am

Where

Bullock Texas State History Museum
1800 N. Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78701

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Ticket Info

Admission is free.