The World History Center is hosting a Spring Lunch Series on Global Indigeneity. The purpose of this Lunch Series is to explore some of the many potential connections between World History and Indigenous Studies, two fields that both focus on the worlds that people make outside the framework of the nation-state. The first lunch will feature WHC faculty and invited guests participating in a roundtable discussion to frame conceptual questions. This is followed by three sessions hosted by scholars in the field presenting their work (full schedule below).
Lunch Series Schedule (all times 12:00 to 1:00 PM)
- Tuesday, February 12th – Global Indigeneity Series Kick-Off
- Tuesday, February 19th – Noah Theriault from Carnegie Mellon University
- Tuesday, March 19th – Bina Sengar from Florida International University
- Tuesday, March 26th – Alaina Roberts from the University of Pittsburgh
Lunch will be served, so please rsvp to email@example.com at least two days prior to the date you would like to attend.