Events

When:

Thursday, March 1, 2018
8:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Where:

Alumni House
 
 
Tagged: College of Arts and Sciences, African, Black and Caribbean Studies, Department of History

Native Peoples and the Historical Narrative: 45th Annual Adelphi History Conference

Event, Conference


Syracuse University Associate Professor Scott Manning Stevens, Ph.D., will lead Native Peoples and the Historical Narrative: 45th Annual Adelphi History Conference.

Joined by Adelphi faculty members Kathryn Krasinski, Ph.D., Michael LaCombe, Ph.D., and Kirsten Ziomek, Ph.D., Dr. Stevens will present a keynote speech on why history must be taught with the inclusion of indigenous peoples.

CONFERENCE AGENDA

8:15–8:50 a.m. Coffee and Danish
9:00–10:00 a.m. Keynote Speaker

Scott Manning Stevens, “Why You Can’t Teach United States History without American Indians.”

10:50–11:50 a.m. Adelphi Faculty Presentations

Kathryn Krasinski, “A History of Your Favorite Foods, Brought to You by Native Americans.”

Michael LaCombe, “Early American History, Minus ‘The Frontier,’ ‘Prehistory,’ and Other Anachronisms.”

Kristen Ziomek, “Condoned Savagery: The Untold Stories of the First Unit of the Taiwanese Aborigine Volunteer Army in the Philippines, 1942.”

11:50 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Discussion of Adelphi Faculty Presentations
Co-sponsored by the Department of History, African, Black and Caribbean Studies, and College of Arts and Sciences.

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Cristina Zaccarini
Associate Professor
e – zaccarin@adelphi.edu

 
Tagged: College of Arts and Sciences, African, Black and Caribbean Studies, Department of History