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Tag: Seminars

Zoom Lecture with Kendall Lovely, "A Virtual Curatorial Tour of Red Coral Stories: Reimagining Classical Pasts for Native Futures"

Kendall Lovely is a Ph.D. student at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She will be presenting "A Virtual Curatorial Tour of Red Coral Stories: Reimagining Classical Pasts for Native Futures". She studies the imposition of Classical Greco-Roman typologies and models on indigenous museum exhibits and anthropological studies. Lovely's thesis in Museum Studies explored Classical influence within the construction of colonial…

Seminar with Assistant Director of INAS, James A. Owen

Calling all outdoor enthusiasts! Dr. James Owen will be presenting a talk titled "Indigenous Landscapes: Past and Present" on the Southeast and how to be mindful of the history of the land we explore outdoors. Join us to hear about the settler colonialism that lead to present day "wilderness areas" while learning how to stop perpetuating it. Hosted by the UGA Outdoor Adventure Club, all students are welcome to attend!

Seminar with Author and Professor Alaina E. Roberts

Join us for "Black Slavery, Native Nations, and the Path to Reconciliation", presented by Alaina E. Roberts from the University of Pittsburgh.  Roberts is the author of "I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land" and she works as an associate professor teaching classes like "Natives and Newcomers: Multicultural Encounters in North" and "Public Narratives: Monuments, Cultural Centers, and Museums as Sites of Contestation".…


Dr. David N. Cozzo is an ethnobotanist, Director Emeritus of the Revitalization of Traditional Cherokee Artisan Resources program in Cherokee NC, and former Cooperative extension Agent for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Dr. Cozzo received his PhD from UGA. His dissertation is a reconstruction of the Cherokee botanical knowledge system, encompassing over 800 plants native to the Southeast and Southern Appalachia. He worked extensively in…

Seminar from Christopher B. Teuton on Community Driven Research

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…

Virtual Seminar with Holly Guise (Iñupiat)

Holly Guise (Iñupiat) is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of New Mexico. This virtual seminar will explore her historical research and recent publication. The presentation will explain the violation of Aleut women interred by the US Armed Forces during World War II using her award winning article, “Who Is Dr. Bauer? Indigenous Internment and Intimate Violence in Wartime Alaska, 1941-44”. Zoom registration here.


APRIL 29 | 12PM-3PM | BALL GROUND, GA. – FREE Cherokee Stickball Exhibition Opportunity for fans to learn Stickball and the roots of lacrosse Cherokee Craftsmen and Vendors Local Food Trucks Bring your own chair or blanket to watch the games Shuttles from parking lots to game field available for free Bathrooms on site Georgia Swarm vs. Halifax Thunderbirds game to follow at 7PM ET in Gas South Arena, Duluth, Ga Time: 12PM – 3PM Location:…

PRETENDIANS with David Cornsilk

PRETENDIANS with David Cornsilk, Professional genealogist and Indigenous writer of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians Join us for a discussion about the intricacies of the recent and past controversies surrounding fraudulent and uneducated claims of Indigenous Identity. Friday April 14, 11am  zoom  ZOOM LINK:   Learn more about…


Atlanta History Center Executive Director Sheffield Hale will host a free Athens premiere of the new documentary:   MONUMENT: THE UNTOLD STORY OF STONE MOUNTAIN   Wednesday, February 1st 3:00 - 5:00 PM   Following the film, join Sheffield Hale and Hope Iglehart, Historic Athens Director of Engagement and African American Heritage for a community discussion moderated by Kimberly Davis, chair of the Historic Athens Board of…

Indian Radio Days Movie and Discussion

Laughter is Good Medicine!   REGISTER HERE  Since 2013 we have held our annual Wabanaki Wellness Gathering in or near tribal communities for Wabanaki people and friends to learn, celebrate, and engage in activities around a particular theme.   At many of these gatherings, we have performed staged readings of our favorite play Indian Radio Days: An Evolving Bingo Experience by LeAnne Howe and the late Roxy…

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