Lewis and Clark: The Unheard Voices
November 14-16, 2002
The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel
State College, Pennsylvania
Penn State invites you to participate in a conference that will explore the contexts, outcomes, and multiple meanings of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Conference organizers are planning a broadly based forum for understanding the expedition from the widest variety of disciplinary perspectives--history, art history, political science, literature, philosophy, anthropology, education, and science.
By invoking "The Unheard Voices," the organizers seek to convene a forum for Native Americans and other marginalized or unheard voices to recount the consequences of American nationalism and expansion, as well as to revisit the traditional narrative of the "Corps of Discovery."
For more detailed information about this Penn State program, please visit our Web site. For information about all of Penn State's upcoming programs, visit http://www.outreach.psu.edu
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