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Apr
19
Thursday
Apr
19
Thu
Pan-Indianism & Native American StereotypesEducation :: Workshop
Pan-Indianism & Native American Stereotypes
4:00 PM
MSUN Hensler Auditorium (ATC building)
Description:
Dr. Joseph R. McGeshick was born in northeastern Montana on the Ft. Peck Indian Reservation. McGeshick is Chippewa/Assiniboine/Sioux. He grew up in the small Hi-Line town of Wolf Point along the Missouri River. McGeshick lives and writes in Billings, Montana and is also a part-time Native American Studies instructor at MSU-Billings and City College.

Dr. McGeshick will be presenting: "Recognizing, teaching and separating Pan-Indian history and postmodern thought." This session allows participants to explore, evaluate and reassess their attitudes of Indian cultures and histories (presentation and small group activities).

This presentation is part of MSU-Northern's Indigenous Education Lecture Series.
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: MSUN Hensler Auditorium (ATC building)
Address: 300 13th St W Havre, MT 59501
Phone: 406.265.3713

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