Indigenous Studies and the Ethics of Ethnic Research

2021, May 3 - 18:00

All are welcome to a public lecture on the ethics of conducting ethnic research by Scott Manning Stevens, our Fulbright Research and Teaching Fellow. Professor Stevens is Director of Native American and Indigenous Studies at Syracuse University. His primary interests are in Native American cultures of the Northeast from the pre-colonial period to the present, and he specialized in visual culture, museum studies, and Native American literatures. Dr. Stevens is a citizen of the Akwesasne Mohawk Nation.

The title of the event is: "Indigenous Studies and the Ethics of Ethnic Research"

The event will take place 3 May (Monday), at 6:00 PM, and will be available via Webex. Link: https://unideb.webex.com/unideb/j.php?MTID=m5666492bf5df620b155623f22122771d

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