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Hanover, NH 03755
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Past Events

Indigenous Peoples' Traditional Ecological Knowledges Climate Change Workshop

Indigenous Peoples' Traditional Ecological Knowledge Discussion

Oren Lyons

Oren Lyons, Keynote Speaker

NAS Symposium: Collaborative Research in the Study of Native American Cultures

Collaborative Research in the Study of Native American Cultures

For more information, read about it at Dartmouth Now:

Dartmouth Now - 40th Anniversary Celebration Wraps Up With NAS Symposium

 

Spring 2013 celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Native American Studies at Dartmouth

Telling Lives Poster

 

Louise Erdrich, Mongomery Fellow: 2011, 2012
Louise Erdrich Montgomery Fellow 2011 2012
"Louise Erdrich, Anishinabe (Class of 1976) was the Montgomery Fellow at Dartmouth during spring term 2012 and 2011. In addition to public readings of her work, Louise joined several NAS classes where students heard (and read) early drafts of her latest novel, The Round House, recently awarded the National Book Award for Best Fiction of 2012."

 

A Symposium in Honor of the 40th Anniversary of Native American Studies at Dartmouth

"Telling Lives: Native American Writing in the 21st Century"
Featured speakers: Linda Hogan, Stephen Graham Jones, David Treuer, Helen Hoy and Thomas King
Roundtable Discussion and Author Book Signing on Friday, April 5, 2013, 4 p.m. Filene Auditorium
This event is made possible by the generous support of the President's Office and the Ed and Molly Scheu Fund in Native American Studies

 

40TH 
ANNIVERSARY
 SYMPOSIUM
 IN 
NATIVE
 AMERICAN 
STUDIES

"Indigenous
 Rights,
 Sovereignty
 and 
Nationhood"
Friday,
 September
 28th, 2012, 
4
‐
6 
p.m.
 Rockefeller
 2
James 
Tully,
 Distinguished
 Professor
 of
 Political
 Science,
 Law, 
Indigenous Governance 
and 
Philosophy,
 University 
of Victoria, 
British 
Columbia;
Val
 Napoleon 
(Saulteau 
First
 Nation),
Law
 Foundation 
Professor 
of Aboriginal Justice
 and
 Governance,
 Faculty 
of 
Law,
 University
 of Victoria,
 British 
Columbia;
Ned
 Blackhawk 
(Western 
Shoshone),
 Professor 
of
 History
 and
 American 
Studies, Yale 
University
(This symposium
 and
 related 
events 
are
 made 
possible 
through
 the 
generosity 
of Edward
 '46 
and 
Molly 
Scheu 
and
 the
 Scheu
 Endowment in 
Native
 American 
Studies)

Rosairo
"Indigenous Rights, Sovereignty and Nationhood" lecture on September 28, 2012 in 2 Rockefeller with Ned Blackhawk, Val Napoleon and James Tully.

 

The 40th Annual Dartmouth Powwow, May 12th and 13th, 2012

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~nap/powwow/2012_powwow.html

 

REZ LIFE: MOVING BEYOND THE TRAGIC TRAP DAVID TREUER

February 28, 2012
4:00 p.m.
Carson L01

 

Talk by Tsianina Lomawaima, Nov 8 2011

Tsianina Lomawaima, the Gordon Russell Visiting Professor in Native American Studies in Fall 2011, will be presenting a gallery talk in conjunction with the Hood Museum's exhibit of Native American Art. Tsianina will present her talk on Tuesday, Nov 8, at 12:30 p.m. in the Hood Museum. Her talk is entitled "People in the Machine: Students, Employees and Teachers in the Federal Indian School System."

 

2011 Dartmouth Pow Wow, May 7 & 8, 2011

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~nap/powwow/

 

Talk by Janine Bowechop

Janine Bowechop
Janine Bowechop, Makah and Dartmouth '89, Director of the Makah Cultural & Research Center in Neah Bay, WA. She spoke in Prof. Bruce Duthu's NAS 25 class about "Representation of Native Culture and Tribal Museums" on 11/8/10. Photo taken by Joseph Mehling.

 

 Talk by Eloise Cobell

Eloise Cobell
Native American Leadership & Economic Development Conference on 10/15/10 at the Tuck School of Business , an interview with Elouise Cobell. Elouise Cobell is the lead plaintiff in the recently-settled class action lawsuit against the federal government for its alleged gross mismanagement of tribal trust assets. She recently was the keynote speaker at the Tuck School of Business in supporting a symposium on Tribal Financing & Economic Development. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuzqjhhW23g

 

 Talk by Jodi Gillette

Jodi Gillette
Jodi Archambault Gillette, Deputy Associate Director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs speaking to Prof. Bruce Duthu's NAS 25 class on a recent visit to campus.

 

The Multiple Narratives in Plains Indian Ledger Art: The Mark Lansburgh Collection 

A Leslie Humanites Institute - Fall 2010 http://www.dartmouth.edu/~nas/events/institute2010.html

Last Updated: 3/25/14