List of events and speakers
For more information, please click on the speakers below to follow the link to ISERP event pages.
Sept. 14, 2017: Elizabeth Ellis, New York University “Autonomy and Archival Absence: Native Nations in the Post-Revolutionary Lower Mississippi Valley“
Oct. 26, 2017: Akin Ogundiran, University of North Carolina – Charlotte Title T.B.A
Sept. 26, 2016: Scott Ortman, University of Colorado – Boulder “Discourse and Human Securities in Tewa Origins”
Nov. 11, 2016: Jan Bender Shetler, Goshen College “Creating Regional Continuity through Gendered Historical Network Memory”
Mar. 6, 2016: Adria LaViolette, University of Virginia, “The Development of Rural Life on the Eastern African Coast, AD 700-1500”
April 10, 2016: Louise Burkhart, University at Albany-SUNY “Indigenous History in Christian Texts: Nahua Plays and Pictorial Catechisms”