October 15, 2011, 1pm-3pm
Free Public Roundtable
Newberry Library, Ruggles Hall
This event will consist of short presentations by each participating speaker followed by a roundtable discussion. Our main topic will focus on those moments that required us to consider the place of cultural ethics in our creative work or scholarship-be they about family traditions, cultural sensitivities, or traditional religious taboos.
Mique’l Dangeli, Tsimshian scholar of traditional dance, PhD candidiate at the University of British Columbia
Castle McLaughlin, Associate Curator of North American Ethnography, Peabody Museum, Harvard University
Victor Masayesva, Hopi photographer and filmmaker
Jolene Rickard, Tuscarora artist and Associate Professor, Department of History of Art and Visual Studies, Cornell University
Scott Manning Stevens, Mohawk scholar and Director, McNickle Center, Newberry Library
RSVP by Oct. 7, 2011 via email: email@example.com.