Peace Talk by PARC to host dialogue: “Renaming and Destatuing: Challenging History in the Age of Reconciliation Building”
Host and Moderator – Professor Keith Carlson, PARC Director
Professor John Lutz University of Victoria – Area of expertise
History of Indigenous Settler relations and more broadly the history of the creation and interaction of different racial groups in the Pacific Northwest. I am also interested in the use of digital tools to research, teach and display history.\
George Ironstrack – Area of expertise
George Ironstrack is a citizen of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and the Assistant Director of the Myaamia Center at Miami University. He has participated in Myaamia language renewal projects as both a student and a teacher since the mid-1990s. Examples of his work can be found on the Myaamia Community Blog: aacimotaatiiyankwi.org.
Assistant Professor University of Prince Edward Island
Professor Brian Hosmer – Area of Expertise
Brian Hosmer is Professor and Head of the OSU History Department. Prior to joining OSU in the summer of 2020, he held the H.G. Barnard Chair in Western American History at the University of Tulsa, following academic positions at the University of Delaware, University of Wyoming, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. Notably, he directed the Newberry Library’s prestigious D’Arcy McNickle Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies for six years.
You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Sep 30, 2021 11:00 AM Vancouver
Topic: Peace Talk by PARC – Renaming and Destatuing: Challenging History in the Age of Reconciliation Building
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