Thursday, October 7, 2021
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
This program is free an open to all, and will be held virtually on Zoom.
In this year’s D’Arcy McNickle Distinguished Lecture, Deborah McGregor addresses Indigenous climate change futures envisioned and generated by Elders, community knowledge holders, and the Indigenous Studies academic community.
McGregor will be joined by Teresa Montoya to explore how we can learn from the past through storywork that may inform our collective and sustainable future.This series celebrates Indigenous scholars, writers, and artists who consistently demonstrate excellence in their work concerning Indigenous peoples and histories in addition to actively addressing contemporary issues faced by American Indian and Indigenous communities.
NOTE: You can also watch a live stream of the program, without registering in advance, on the Newberry Facebook page or YouTube channel.