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Re: Interested in Ethnohistory panel on issues related to indigenous historiography, protohistory and ethnogenesis in Siberia/Alaska/Canada

I would like to add a note of clarification. To potential respondents, please do not feel limited by the "Siberia/Alaska/Canada" geographic range in my call for collaborators. Of course this panel can include thematically similar topics relevant to a wide variety of regions and time periods and ethnic groups. I should have made that clear in my original post.

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