Native and Indigenous Studies Keynote Roundtable


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Centering the Native South: 

A Roundtable on Native Pasts and Futures


Free and Public Zoom Webinar Presented by the Society of Early Americanists
Sponsored by Georgia Humanities and the Omohundro Institute

March 5, 2021 05:30 PM (Eastern Time)

This program is free but requires advanced REGISTRATION

In this roundtable conversation, three scholars of Indigenous histories in the southeast will discuss their scholarship, while reflecting on the ways that early Indigenous histories bear on the present and future. The conversation will highlight and build on their research, which attends to Indigenous women’s lives and histories, as reflected in both written documents and material culture, to collective projects of education and care within Indigenous nations, and to the connections between Indigenous pasts and presents.

Distinguished panelists:

Dr. Brooke Bauer
(Catawba; University of South
Carolina, Lancaster)

Dr. Malinda Maynor Lowery
(Lumbee; University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Dr. Julie L. Reed
(Cherokee; Pennsylvania State


 This project is supported by Georgia Humanities, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, through funding from the Georgia General Assembly. The program is co-sponsored by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture (OI), an independent research organization sponsored by The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.


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