The John Morton Center hosts "Current Issues" lectures, seminars, conferences, and workshops on the histories, societies, politics and cultures of North American nations.
The JMC strives to engage in dialogue with multiple academic, cultural, political, and ideological viewpoints. We welcome speakers from a range of different backgrounds and persuasions. The views of our guests do not represent those of the Center.
Identities, Rights, Histories: An Indigenous Studies Seminar
March 29, 2021
Online via Zoom
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3:00-3:45 PM LeAndra Nephin (Omaha/Ponca), Activist and Public Speaker
Indigenous in Britain: My Journey as a Native Woman Living in the Heartland of the British Empire
3:45-4:30 PM Tony Belcourt (Métis), Métis Rights Advocate
A Métis Hunt for Justice
4:30-5:15 PM Farina King (Diné), Assistant Professor, Northeastern State University
Facing Monsters of Colonialism and Disease in Diné History From the Long Walk to COVID-19
5:15-5:30 PM BREAK
5:30-6:15 PM Sarah Nickel (Tk'emlupsemc), Associate Professor, University of Alberta
Indigenous Women's Political Work in 1980s British Columbia
6:15-7:00 PM Christina Leza (Yoeme-Chicana), Associate Professor, Colorado College
Indigenous Rights and Identities on the U.S.-Mexico Border
Students may write a report for 1 ECTS or collect lecture pass entries. Further instructions available on Peppi by clicking “Indigenous Speakers Seminar”: https://opas.peppi.utu.fi/en/course/JMCT0020/5914
Students, please register for the seminar on Nettiopsu: https://nettiopsu.utu.fi/course/registration/104234/new