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XII Annual Regina Herzfeld Lecture - Michael Wilcox, April 23

13 Apr 2021 4:27 PM | WAPA Communications (Administrator)

XII ANNUAL REGINA FLANNERY HERZFELD SYMPOSIUM ON THE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF NATIVE AMERICANS

The Department of Anthropology at the Catholic University of America presents

Michael Wilcox, Stanford University

"Reversing the Terminal Narrative: Reframing Disease, Community Health and Pandemics Among Native Peoples in the Wake of COVID”

This talk explores the ways in which historians, anthropologists and archaeologists have conceptualized disease among Indigenous communities as a deterministic force of colonization and conquest. It raises questions about the role of disease as a biologically neutral agent of conquest to explain how Native communities have responded to the most recent global pandemic.

Friday, April 23, 2021 at 4:00 pm

This event will be delivered virtually to both an in-person audience in Maloney 203, and a virtual audience over Zoom. Please register here to indicate how you prefer to attend. A zoom link will be sent to all virtual participants the day before the event.

SUPPORTED BY THE REGINA FLANNERY HERZFELD MEMORIAL FUND

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