Native Peoples of Northern America: the Haudenosaunee of New York [S-18-41]

Presenter: Susan Stebbins
Location: SUNY: Maxcy 104
Classes: 1 Session 1.5 hours
Dates: Fri 11:00 AM 04/20
Status: Course Closed
Course Update: In order to accommodate more participants, the "Native Peoples..." class has been moved to Maxcy 104 (same day and same time).

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This presentation will be an introduction to the history and culture of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) of the Northeast.

Susan Stebbins has been an Anthropology professor at SUNY Potsdam for 25 years. She has taught a number of classes focusing on Native Americans: “The Native Americans,” “Indian Images,” “Women in Native America,” as well as special topic classes. Susan has also published in this subject area, including Native Peoples of North America…, which is available online.

NOTE: A direct link to her book on the “Native Peoples of North America” (where you can find a Haudenosaunee version of the creation story in the introduction, along with Susan's book):
https://textbooks.opensuny.org/native-peoples-of-north-america/

LINK to exhibits at the National Museum of the American Indian:
http://www.nmai.si.edu/explore/exhibitions/washington/

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