Vietnam War Speaker Series: Marci Reaven

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 • 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Heinz History Center
$20 general admission | $65 lecture series package

Add to Calendar08/07/2019 07:00 PM08/07/2019 09:00 PMAmerica/New_YorkVietnam War Speaker Series: Marci ReavenJoin experts in academia, journalism, public history, and literature for a series of talks offering a multi-perspective examination of the Vietnam War’s place in American history.Heinz History CenterHeinz History CenterfalseMM/DD/YYYY

Marci Reaven is Vice President of History Exhibitions at New-York Historical Society, where she served as the original curator for The Vietnam War: 1945-1975 (2017) and has curated other exhibitions including WWII & NYC (2012), Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion (2014), Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow (2018), and an exhibit on the environmental history of the Hudson River, Hudson Rising (2019).

Prior to NYHS, Dr. Reaven served as Managing Director of the cultural organization City Lore, where she co-founded the Place Matters project and co-authored the guidebook, “Hidden New York: A Guide to Places that Matter.” Prior to that, as Senior Associate with American History Workshop, she participated in interpretive planning, exhibit creation, and curriculum development for museums and historic sites around the country.

Following her presentation, Dr. Reaven will sign copies of “The Vietnam War: 1945-1975” exhibition book, which will be available for purchase.


General admission tickets to this lecture are $20. Register online.

Purchase admission to attend the full series of all four lectures for a discounted rate of $65 until Wednesday, June 19.

Heinz History Center members receive 20% off all individual and packaged admission rates using promo code THANKYOU at checkout. You will be asked to verify your membership the night of the program.

Discounted rates available to educators and students. Email for more information.

See the entire Vietnam War Speaker Series schedule.

For more information, please contact Sam Moore at or 412-454-6373.