The 4th Annual Storytellers of the Americas Conference will honor the life and work of John C. Mohawk and seek proposals related to the man, his life, and work. Panels include BUT ARE NOT limited to: Iroquois White Corn Project, including issues of slow food, contemporary cuisine, farming and native nutrition; Indigenous Stories, including creation stories, ceremonies, and histories; Environmental concerns, including historical climate change and the effects on indigenous peoples; Indigenous History, including law, government, resistance, land rights, and development; and Modernity and the West, including the European projeccts of white supremacy, colonization, and domination by the sword, the pen, and/or other any other means.
Send a one page proposal of no more than 250 words for a 15-20 presentation.
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