60 Minutes from Indian Country
Room change: Unless otherwise noted, as of Feb. 22nd, Harvill Room 332A.
Friday, January 18
Guest Faculty from Australia
"Issues in Aboriginal Communities"
Friday, January 25
Steve Cornell/Miriam Jorgensen - Topic TBD
Alison Vivian "Nation Building in Aboriginal Communities"
Friday, February 1
Ian Record "Native Nation Constitutionalism: What We're Seeing Across Indigenous Country"
Rachel Starks "Collaborative Community-Based Research: Land Management Research at Membertou First Nation"
Friday, February 8
Tsianina Lomawaima "The Mutuality of Sovereignty and Citizenship: The Progressive-era Battle to Inherit America from the Indians"
Friday, February 15
Dr. Martin Padget with the Department of English & Creative Writing at Aberystwyth University in Ceredigion, UK. "Putting Into Practice an Indigenous Aesthetic: The Films and Photography of Victor Masayeseva, Jr."
Friday, February 22
Seánna Howard/Renee Racette - "Indigenous Peoples and the Inter-American System of Human Rights"
Friday, March 1
Karen Francis-Begay, from the President's Office, "Beyond the Asterisk: Native American Students in Higher Education"
Friday, March 22
Eileen Luna-Firebaugh and Mary Jo Fox "The Role of Education in Addressing Criminal Justice Recidivism of American Indian Youth"
Friday, March 29
Miriam Jorgensen, Topic Title Forthcoming
Ryan Seelau, "Nation Building in Chile"
Friday, April 12
Sharon Milholland, Jon Berkin, and Ron Maldonado - "Cross Cultural Collaboration for the Management of Navajo Traditional Cultural Properties"
Friday, April 19
Francine C. Gachupin, from Family and Community Medicine, "Ethics of Biospecimen Use"
Friday, April 26
Stephen Cornell, "Reconstituting Native Nations: Colonial Boundaries, Indigenous Innovations"
Jennifer McCormack, "Beyond Territory: Citizen Potawatomi and New Spaces of Governance"