A pandemic, protests, and economic jolts ushered in the so-called “Roaring Twenties.” Americans adjusted in ways both innovative and counterproductive. What lessons from the 1920s can we apply to our own looming 20s?
This event will be held in-person at the SGS Library in the Good Shepherd Center AND streamed via Zoom. To register for Zoom streaming, please click here. To reserve a seat for the in-person event, [coming soon].
NOTE: Repairs at the Good Shepherd Center may make the elevator unavailable for this event. Please check this calendar entry again prior to the event, or call ahead if you require the elevator to get to the library on the 3rd floor.
William Woodward is an award-winning professor of American and Pacific Northwest history at Seattle Pacific University. His teaching, research, and writing focus on iconic elements of regional and national culture, including the military and baseball. His co-authored pictorial history of the Washington National Guard was released in 2019. Woodward lives in Seattle.