POP UPs LECTURE SERIES

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Join us on November 10, 6pm 

Andrew Buckley

Hit and Run History: Continuing the Cape Cod storytelling tradition

Two-Time Emmy-nominated producer Andrew Giles Buckley is an 11th generation Cape Codder who has traveled the world with his local crew of filmmakers to uncover stories from history you may not have learned in high school. These Gumshoe Historians created an accessible approach just as online media was taking off, and have been awarded two grants from the Mass Foundation for the humanities and scores of local Massachusetts Cultural Council grants from across the Commonwealth. Buckley’s latest venture, Stephano: The True Story of Shakespeare’s Shipwreck, is running on local PBS stations across the country.

Past Lectures

  • October 13, 6pm - Duncan Berry, Architectural Historian, Saving Captains' Row: Special District, West Harwich

  • September 15, 6pm - Sally Cabot Gunning, acclaimed author, historian, President of Brewster Historical Society

  • June 17, 2021, 5pm - Peleg Nye, The Jonah of Cape CodLecturer: Nils Bockmann, Author, Peleg Nye, The Jonah of Cape Cod

  • May 13, 2021, 5pm - Nickerson dig in ChathamLecturer: Craig Chartier, Archaeologist

  • April 22, 2021, 5pm -  Preserving History in Orleans - Notes from the TrenchesLecturer: Ron Petersen, Historian, Writer

  • March 18, 2021, 5pm - Protect Our Past: From Chandigarh to ChathamLecturer: Gunny Harboe, Architect, POP board member 

  • February 18, 2021, 5pm -  The Deadly T2 Tanker:  The Loss of the Pendleton and Fort MercerLecturer: Josh Smith, Professor, United States Merchant Marine Academy

  • January 14, 2021, 5pm - Video Recording on You TubeWhy Is It So Hard To Save Historic Chatham?Lecturer: Tim Wood, Editor, The Cape Cod Chronicle

  • December 12, 2020, 5pmSedge Holm, 68 Shell Drive, N. Chatham - Transition from Farmhouse to Summer HomeLecturer: Josh Smith, Professor, United States Merchant Marine Academy