Tribal Cultural Resource Preservation & Its Implications For ‘More-Than-Human’ Environments


UW Department of Geography is very excited to share details for our first colloquium speaker of winter quarter! On Tuesday, January 26, we will be joined by Dr. Deondre Smiles (Postdoctoral Scholar at The Ohio State University’s Department of History), who will present his colloquium talk: “Tribal Cultural Resource Preservation & Its Implications For ‘More-Than-Human’ Environments.”

 

The talk will take place at 3:30 pm (Pacific Time) via Zoom: https://washington.zoom.us/j/97502411330?pwd=VEF1ZFVkSWpPMVBoRW5JYjNqUjgzUT09. Please note that this Zoom link is passcode-embedded (which means that it should open directly into the meeting) and should only be forwarded to trusted parties. If needed, however, the event passcode is 440854.

 

Please see the attached poster or the online calendar event for full details about the talk, and don’t hesitate to reach out to us at tsdav@uw.edu if you have any questions about this event.


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