Selected list of presentations.
August 2018: “Women of Colonial New Mexico.” Southern Methodist University-in-Taos Summer Lecture Series, Taos, New Mexico. https://www.smu.edu/Taos/Colloquium
June 2017: “Pueblo Land Grants of New Mexico: Case Studies in Land Fraud and Pueblo Determination.” Southern Methodist University-in-Taos Summer Lecture Series, Taos, New Mexico.
March 2017: “Nebraska’s Indian People: Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Nebraska Statehood?” Community Center, David City, NE.
March 2017: “Advising as mentoring, mentoring as advising.” NWU Teaching Roundtable, Lincoln.
November 2016: Re-airing of interview on KFOR “The Myths of Thanksgiving?”
October 2016: “Advising in the Liberal Arts: Helping Advisees Understand, Articulate, and Apply the Benefits of Their Liberal Education” with Maxine Fawcett-Yeske. Pre-Conference Session, NACADA. Atlanta, GA.
October 2016: Re-airing of interview on KFOR “Columbus Day?”
November 10, 2015: with Brad Tice (an amazing poet), reading and update to the story, Between Breaths: A Teacher in the Alaskan Bush, 5-7pm, Cochrane-Woods Library, Nebraska Wesleyan University
November 2015: Re-airing of interview on KFOR “The Myths of Thanksgiving?”
October 2015: Re-airing of interview on KFOR “Columbus Day?”
November 2014: “The ‘Real Thanksgiving’: And Its Bloody Aftermath”. Eastmont Towers, Lincoln, NE.
April 2014: “Disappearing Ink: Investigating Fraud in New Mexico Land Grant History.” Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies (RMCLAS). Durango, CO.
September 2013: Between Breaths: A Teacher in the Alaskan Bush (UNM Press, 2006) and Women on the North American Plains (Texas Tech University Press, 2012) Book Discussion, PEO Book Club. Lincoln, NE.
May 2, 2013: Women on the North American Plains Book Discussion, St. Mark’s Thursday Afternoon Book Club. Lincoln, NE.
April 2013: “From South Chicago to the Alaskan Bush: A New Perspective on Teaching.” Oral History, Community, and Work in the West” panel. Southwest Oral History Association (SOHA) Conference. Las Vegas, NV.
January 21, 2013: “Of Shipwrecks and Cannibals: The First European Explores the [US] Interior”. Eastmont Towers. Lincoln, NE.
November 21 and 22, 2012: KFOR 1240AM: “The Myths of Thanksgiving”, live interview on the Cathy and Dave Show. My interview from 2008 continuously runs every Thanksgiving (still!): “The Real History of Thanksgiving”, Lincoln Live! with Dale Johnson,Thanksgiving Day interview
November 18, 2012: “Nebraska’s Treatment of Indigenous Peoples.” Adult Study class at Eastridge Presbyterian Church, Lincoln, NE.
October 22, 2012: “The True Thanksgiving.” PEO at Home Real Estate, Lincoln
April 2012: “Donna McGladrey: Her Story.” Women’s Study Group, Lincoln
April 1, 2011 1:00-1:45pm: “A New Mexico Land Grant Enigma: The Pueblos’ Cruzate Grants”; and, “Benefits of Teaching at a Liberal Arts University”. History Department, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
April 7, 2011 1:00-2:00: “The Cruzate Grant Enigma”. Yucca Room, New Mexico State Library, Santa Fe (Hosted by the New Mexico State Historian and the Historical Society of New Mexico). Clik link for Flyer: Sandra-Mathews-2011
September 2011: Presentation on book, Between Breaths: A Teacher in the Alaskan Bush, at Eastmont Towers, Lincoln, NE.
November 14, 2011: “The Best He’ll Ever Be.” Reading. Poetry at the Moon. Crescent Moon, Lincoln, NE.