Date: Thursday, March 4 at 2:00PM
Hosted by: University of Maine
Intended Audience: anyobe interested in the content
Dr. Bonnie Newsom is an Indigenous archaeologist interested in the pre-contact lifeways of Maine’s Native peoples. Through her research, she seeks to humanize people in the past by exploring concepts of identity, style, social boundaries, and human agency. This talk will focus on Indigenous ways of knowing as it relates to climate change.
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