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Ivy Schweitzer & Gordon Henry | Afterlives of Indigenous Archives: Essays in honor of the Occom Circle :: Dartmouth College

i schweitzerPlease join us in celebrating the publication of Afterlives of Indigenous Archives: Essays in honor of the Occom Circle (Dartmouth College Press, 2019) edited by Ivy Schweitzer (Department of English & Creative Writing) and Gordon Henry (visiting in the Native American Studies Program). 

g henryThere will be short presentations from the collection by Ivy, Gordon, and Melanie Taylor (Native American Studies Program), who is also a contributor. 


Free and open to all. The bookstore will have copies on hand for purchase and signing. Light refreshments will be provided. 

 

 

Event date: 
Tuesday, November 12, 2019 - 4:30pm
Event address: 
Wren Room, Sanborn House
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH
Afterlives of Indigenous Archives Cover Image
By Ivy Schweitzer (Editor), Gordon Henry (Editor)
$95.00
ISBN: 9781512603644
Availability: Special Order (call or email to check availability)
Published: Dartmouth College Press - October 15th, 2019

Afterlives of Indigenous Archives offers a compelling critique of Western archives and their use in the development of “digital humanities.” The essays collected here present the work of an international and interdisciplinary group of indigenous scholars; researchers in the field of indigenous studies and early American studies; and librarians, curators, activists, and


Afterlives of Indigenous Archives Cover Image
By Ivy Schweitzer (Editor), Gordon Henry (Editor)
$45.00
ISBN: 9781512603651
Availability: On Our Shelves Now (call or email to confirm availability)
Published: Dartmouth College Press - October 15th, 2019

Afterlives of Indigenous Archives offers a compelling critique of Western archives and their use in the development of “digital humanities.” The essays collected here present the work of an international and interdisciplinary group of indigenous scholars; researchers in the field of indigenous studies and early American studies; and librarians, curators, activists, and