The Haudenosaunee-Native American Studies Research Group cordially invites you to join us on Friday, November 13th for our Fourth Annual UB Haudenosaunee Research Symposium.
Location: Center for the Arts, Lower Gallery B45, UB North Campus
This informal symposium highlights UB faculty and student’s current research projects in Haudenosaunee and Indigenous studies. The purpose of this symposium is to emphasize the continuity of the vibrant tradition of Haudenosaunee research at UB and for participants to receive comments and feedback on their work.
This symposium is free and open to the public.
Schedule of Events:
Opening: Jodi L. Maracle and Rahwatsironnyons
Welcoming: Theresa McCarthy
Morning Session: 9-12pm
“Parts Unknown”: Non-traditional Parts of Speech – Karin Michelson, Professor, Linguistics
The Theory and Praxis of Language Revitalization on Tuscarora – Montgomery Hill, PhD Candidate, Linguistics
Kaha:wi Means ‘To Carry’: Indigenous Dance Performance as Remembrance and Cultural Continuity. – Jennifer Loft, PhD Candidate, Global Gender Studies
Walking in two worlds: Returning to traditional Haudenosaunee ways of identity – Aaron L. VanEvery, PhD Candidate, American Studies
“The Best that Our Tradition Has to Offer”: Haudenosaunee Women Lacrosse Players and Healing – Sharity Bassett, PhD Candidate, Global Gender Studies
Recipes of Peace: Considering Jikonsaseh and the Power of Haudenosaunee Women’s Food-Seed Responsibilities in the Great Law of Peace Narrative – Laticia McNaughton, PhD Candidate, American Studies
Afternoon Session: 1-4pm
Counting on Care: Canada’s Challenge in Tracking and Reporting Aboriginal People’s Health Care – Margaret Moss, Associate Professor, Nursing and Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Media and Cultural Revitalization at Tuscarora – Teri Rueb, Professor, Media Study, Jodi L. Maracle, PhD Student, American Studies, and Waylon Wilson, Undergraduate Student, Media Study.
Experiential Philosophy from the Borderlands: The Overlooked Haudenosaunee Influence on Euro-American Thought – Natalie Fleming, PhD Student, American Studies
“Outside the Circle”: Evictions, expectations and not being the Iroquois you had in mind, in conversation with Audra Simpson’s Mohawk Interruptus – Theresa McCarthy, Assistant Professor, American Studies
If you have any questions please contact Theresa McCarthy, email@example.com
Who we are: Comprised of Indigenous and non-Indigenous allied faculty and student scholars from across disciplines at UB, the Haudenosaunee-Native American Studies Research Group provides a forum for discussion of recent academic work in the ever-emerging interdisciplinary field of Indigenous studies. Through our work we promote the acknowledgement of UB’s location on the traditional territories of the Haudenosaunee people.
This symposium is sponsored by the UB Humanities Institute, The Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, and The UB Native American Graduate Student Association.