George Sanchez


Beyond Alliances: The Jewish Role in Reshaping the Racial Landscape of Southern California
George Sanchez (NEH Fellow, 2002-03)

This volume focuses on the special role that Jews played in reshaping the racial landscape of southern California in the twentieth century. Rather than considering this issue in terms of broad analyses of organizations or communities, each contribution instead approaches it by examining the activity of a single Jewish individual, and how he or she navigated the social terrain of a changing southern California.


Posted on Apr. 19, 2021
Nicola L.’s Pénétrables are on view in the Rothenberg Loggia of The Huntington’s Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art. Nicola L., [left to right] Pénétrable (Cloud), Pénétrable (Flower),…
Posted on Sep. 16, 2020
Loren Miller, seated at desk, ca. 1950. Unknown photographer. Loren Miller Collection. The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens. Hear and Now at The Huntington is a new podcast…