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Seminar from Christopher B. Teuton on Community Driven Research

Christopher B. Teuton will be presenting on community driven research.
Critique Space, Jackson Street Building

Christopher B. Teuton will present on "Finding Water Spider: Perpetuating an Enstoried Cherokee Ecology Through Community Driven Research" as a part of the Fall 2023 Seminar Series through the Enviornmental Ethics Certificate Program.

The seminar will cover the process behind his recent publication, "Cherokee Earth Dwellers: Stories and Teachings of the Natural World".

A member of the of the Cherokee Nation, Teuton is a professor and Chair of the Department of American Indian Studies at the University of Washington.

More information can be found here

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