Lunch today at 11am if anyone is available. If you cannot make it at that time, he will be available from 12:00pm to 2:00pm in Collis in the lounge to talk with students if you are interested in talking with him about his work in addressing environmental issues and American Indian Communities. His work spans across several academic disciplines including cultural, governmental, philosophical scientific, or sustainability related issues. He would love to talk with you, get to know you, your interests whatever you would like to share with him or just welcome him to campus so stop by and say Hi! Also, he heads a summer internship for undergraduate students who would like to learn about doing research in Indigenous communities so if you would like more information about that then come and visit!
(from Ma'ko'quah Jones)
Daniel Wildcat, "Indigenous Realism: The Climate Change We Need"
Monday, April 16, 2012
FILENE Auditorium in Moore
Professor Daniel Wildcat, Ph.D., Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, is an accomplished scholar who writes on indigenous knowledge, technology, environment, and education. He is co-director of the Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center and a Yuchi member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma. His latest book is Red Alert! Saving the Planet with Indigenous Knowledge. Dr. Wildcat is the coauthor, with Vine Deloria, Jr., of Power and Place: Indian Education in America, and coeditor, with Steve Pavlik, of Destroying Dogma: Vine Deloria, Jr., and His Influence on American Society.
Sponsored by the Dickey Center Institute of Arctic Studies and the IGERT Dialogues in Science, Engineering and Society Seminar Series. Free and open to the public