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Haundenosaunee/Native American Studies Research Group: A Conversation on Hodinöhsö:ni′ Geographies: Unsettling the Settler State.
October 1 @ 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Please join us on October 1, 2020. 4:00-5:15 pm EST for an informal discussion, A Conversation on Hodinöhsö:ni′ Geographies: Unsettling the Settler State.
This first of three conversations will revolve around a place-based discussion on meaningful acknowledgements in Hodinöhsö:ni′ traditional territories. How might we use land introductions to follow through with a responsibility and commitment to nurturing healthy communities? How is the research and teaching in land grant institutions often in tension with Hodinöhsö:ni′ concepts of land and sovereignty? What process and protocols should be undertaken to engage respectfully, responsibly and with care? Most of all, how might an understanding of Hodinöhsö:ni′ geographies and anti-colonial practices create possibilities for future generations and relationships?
- Moderated by Theresa McCarty (Six Nations, Onondaga), Associate Professor Transnational Studies, Associate Dean for Inclusive Excellence, College of Arts and Sciences, University at Buffalo
- Jolene Rickard (Tuscarora), Associate Professor of The History of Art & Visual Culture, Cornell University
- Mishuana Goeman (Tonawanda Band of Seneca), Professor of Gender and American Indian Studies, UCLA, 2020-2021 Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the Center for Diversity and Innovation, University at Buffalo
- Meredith Palmer (Six Nations, Tuscarora), UC Presidents Postdoctoral Fellowship, UCLA Gender Studies
- Alyssa Mt. Pleasant (Tuscarora Descendant), Assistant Professor Transnational Studies, University at Buffalo
Co-sponsored by The UB Center for Diversity and Innovation, UB Humanities Institute and the College of Arts and Sciences at UB