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Invitation to become a member of the Memory Studies Association

Dear H-AmIndian subscribers,

having followed this listserv for a little while now, I believe that some of you might be interested in becoming a member of the Memory Studies Association and connecting with the interdisciplinary field of memory studies more generally.

As one of its current co-chairs, I would be happy to answer any questions. Please check out the website for more information: https://www.memorystudiesassociation.org/

Best wishes,

Native American Scholars Fellowships at the School for Advanced Research

The School for Advanced Research is currently accepting applications for our Anne Ray and Katrin Lamon Fellowships in the arts, art history, humanities and social sciences.  These fellowships are open to Native Americans who need time to write their book or dissertation, or to work on their curatorial project.

Anne Ray Fellowship

Re: Abenaki language revitalization

Hello Taylor,

My goodness! I cannot thank you enough for all the amazing information you have given me.

I too hope that Ashley Smith is on here, I would love to correspond with her as well.

To everyone, you can reach me best at emberfaye@gmail.com. In terms of Lisa Brooks, I have her book, The Common Pot – which is wonderful actually. The final chapter 7: Concluding Thoughts from Wabanaki Space, Literacy and the Oral Tradition is right on target and has been very helpful.

I will also try and get in touch with Jenny Davis as well.