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Multiple Narratives in Plains Indian Ledger Art:
The Mark Lansburgh Collection
A Leslie Humanities Institute - Fall 2010


Village life

Schedule

 All research fellows will meet on Friday afternoons from 2 -5 pm in Haldeman 246

 These meetings are open to any other interested parties. Please email Colin Calloway if you wish to attend.

  • September 10: Joyce Szabo: Overview
  • September 17: Jenny Tone-Pah-hote: War, Trade, and Territory: Southern Plains Ledger Drawing in a Regional Perspective
  • RESCHEDULED TO OCTOBER 1 - September 24: Mary Zundo: Contested Planes (Plains), New Geographies: Ledger Art and the White Rectangle
  • October 1: Janet Berlo: - CANCELLED
  • October 1: Mary Zundo: Contested Planes (Plains), New Geographies: Ledger Art and the White Rectangle
  • October 8: Michael Jordan: Striving for Recognition: Ledger Drawings and the Construction and Maintenance of Social Status During the Reservation Period
  • October 15: No seminar; panel proposed for the American Society for Ethnohistory (Joyce, Jenny, Mary Z., Melanie, Colin)
  • October 22: Mike Cowdrey: Recognizing the Artists and Identifying the Subjects of Ledger Drawings in the Mark Lansburgh Collection
  • October 29: Chris Dueker: Time, Narrative, and Individuality in Ledger Book Art
  • November 5: Joe Horse Capture: Title TBA
  • November 12: Melanie Benson: (Un)settling Accounts: The Violent Economies of the Ledger
  • November 19: Vera B. Palmer: Ledger Art and Prison Work
  • December 3: Mary Coffey: Title TBA
  • December 10: Joyce Szabo: Conclusion

Last Updated: 2/4/11