CFP: Special Issue & conference: Placing Ghanaian and Indigenous North American literatures in conversation

Special issue of the European Journal of American Studies to be published as Issue 1, 2025, as well as an online conference in Summer 2023.

Issue editors: Helen Yitah (University of Ghana, hyitah@ug.edu.gh) and James Mackay (European University Cyprus, j.mackay@euc.ac.cy)

CFP EXTENDED - Spheres of Interaction: A Handbook of Global Oceanic Encounters (Edited Collection) New Deadline: 15 Oct 2022

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October 15, 2022

Virtual Speaker Series Event Lianne C. Leddy on Cold War Colonialism March 30th

Cold War Colonialism: Anishinaabek Responses to Uranium Mining at Elliot Lake by Lianne C. Leddy

In this talk, Leddy will discuss Serpent River First Nation’s resilience in confronting colonial extractive practices during the Cold War period. Relying on oral and archival research methods, Leddy argues that Anishinaabek responses to the devastating impacts of uranium mining in our territory were framed by a powerful understanding of health and homeland.

New Digital Birch-bark Canoe Story Map Collaboration Project Involving 30 Museums

Announcing the launch of Bark Canoes: A Digital Canoe Collection   

The Museum of Underwater Archaeology and Georgia Southern University’s spring 2021 American Indian History class have created a collaborative project that includes over 30 museums, parks, and historical societies across North America that have traditionally built birch-bark canoes in their collections.

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