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Jill Lepore

This America: The Case for the Nation

Fri, Feb 21
7:30 PM
$20 - $35 : General Public
$10 : UCSB Students (Current student ID required)
$10 : All Students (Student ID required for high school age and up)
Available on the History Matters series

“The most prolific, nimble, and interesting writer of American history today, vigorously kicking at the past until she dislodges it from the ossifying grip of received wisdom.” The Washington Post

Leave it to Jill Lepore to offer a magisterial account of the rise of America and an urgent reckoning with the beauty and tragedy of our divided nation. The latest masterpiece from the award-winning Harvard historian, New Yorker staff writer and bestselling author of books including The Secret History of Wonder Woman, These Truths explores our past in order to understand the present and prepare for our future. At a time of much despair over the future of liberal democracy, Lepore’s newly-released follow-up, This America, makes a stirring case for the nation.

Books will be available for purchase and signing courtesy of Chaucer’s

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Presented in association with the UCSB Division of Humanities and Fine Arts and the UCSB Department of History

Presented through the generosity of
Meg & Dan Burnham

Additional Support:
Judy Wainwright & Jim Mitchell


We Can Do It - A Century of Empowerment Series

Lead Sponsors:
Marcy Carsey
Lynda Weinman & Bruce Heavin
Dick Wolf

Major Sponsor:
Zegar Family Foundation


History Matters Series Sponsors: Loren Booth and Ellen & Peter O. Johnson


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