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11th Annual Michael D. Green Lecture in American Indian Studies: ““Reclaiming Our Narratives of Place: Haudenosaunee History on the Ground”
Nov 5, 2019 @ 2:15 pm - 4:30 pm
Each year the American Indian Center sponsors an annual lecture in honor of the late Michael D. Green, a professor emeritus of American Studies at UNC. Dr. Green was a distinguished historian of American Studies, and a founder of the American Indian Studies program in the Department of American Studies.
Please join us for the 11th Annual Michael D. Green Lecture in American Indian Studies. This year’s featured speak is Dr. Scott Manning Stevens. Dr. Scott Manning Stevens is a citizen of the Akwesasne Mohawk Nation and the Director of the Native American Studies Program at Syracuse University and an Associate Professor of Native American Studies and English. He also holds courtesy appointments in the Departments of Art and Music History and of Religion. He earned his PhD from Harvard University in English and has published a variety of coauthored books and articles on Native American literature and visual culture.
When: Tuesday, November 5th, 2019; Reception – 2:30pm; Lecture – 3:15pm
Where: Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library
Parking: Paid parking is available in Rams Head Parking Deck.
Co-sponsors: American Indian Center, American Indian and Indigenous Studies, and Department of American Studies