Honoring Indigeneity: Indigenous Knowledge(s) and Indigenous Sovereignty
For millennia Indigenous Nations have cared for and actively engaged with the landscape and through our respective cultures and unique ways of life have worked to create the bio-diverse richness of the Americas. Today, the Americas are confronted by a complexity of issues and problems that Indigenous Knowledge(s) can help to address. But we’ll need to start from the beginning, opening our minds to learning, understanding and honoring the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas.
This program is sponsored by the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and co-sponsored by the Churchill Fund and the departments of anthropology & archaeology, American studies, psychology, environmental studies, and earth sciences. It is part of the Clarke Forum’s Leadership in an Age of Uncertainty Series and its semester theme, Indigeneity in the Americas.
Indigenous Nations, Indigenous Knowledge, Indigeneity
American Studies | Anthropology | Archaeological Anthropology | Earth Sciences | Environmental Sciences | Indigenous Education | Indigenous Studies | Social and Cultural Anthropology
Longboat, Dan. "Honoring Indigeneity: Indigenous Knowledge(s) and Indigenous Sovereignty." Ensemble video, 01:23:29. September 12, 2018.