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2020 American Society for Ethnohistory Conference
November 4, 2020 - November 8, 2020
The 2020 American Society for Ethnohistory Conference, co-hosted by UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University, is a series of virtual events, including keynotes, workshops, and a session in memory of Professor Jenny Tone-Pah-Hote. One of the highlights of the events will be the keynote plenary session on November 4th, which will incorporate presentations by and discussions with Indigenous leaders:
- “Screening Sovereignty: A Conversation with Makah Documentary Filmmaker Sandy Osawa”
- “Indigenous People and the COVID-19 Pandemic,” with Miryam Yataco, from the Peruvian Amazon, and Juanita Cabrera López, Executive Director of the International Mayan League
- “McGirt and The Future of Tribal Sovereignty and Decolonization,” with Robert J. Miller, from the Eastern Shawnee Tribe
- “A Coharie Perspective on Indigenous Water Research, Education, and Engagement in North Carolina” with Greg Jacobs, a Coharie Tribal Administrator, Elder, and leader
Special session in memory of Professor Jenny Tone-Pah-Hote in conjunction with the Carolina American Indian and Indigenous Studies Seminar. Friday, November 7, 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
The conference is free to all ASE members and non-members who are affiliated with a tribal nation.
Pre-registration is required.
When it is available, a program will be emailed to everyone that registers. The program will also be available here.
For additional information, please reach out to Professor Daniel M. Cobb at firstname.lastname@example.org