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Archaeology and Anthropology 50th Anniversary Lecture Series

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Jan 10, 2019

The Archaeology Building on the University of Saskatchewan campus.

50th Anniversary Lecture Series 2018-19

Archaeology and Anthropology in an Era of Engagement and Reconciliation

Lecture #4

Jan. 10, 2019
4:30 – 6 pm
Edwards School of Business, Room 18

Reverse Ethnography: Decolonizing Approaches to Anthropological Research

Margaret Bruchac, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Margaret Bruchac is an Indigenous (Abenaki) assistant professor of anthropology and the coordinator of Native American and Indigenous Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Her most recent book is Savage Kin: Indigenous Informants and American Anthropologists, published in 2018 by University of Arizona Press.

 

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