- Listed: January 13, 2021 12:04 pm
- Expires: 33 days, 11 hours
SHI Virtual Lecture Series: Exploring the origins and earliest presence of Indigenous people in Southeast Alaska to be presented in January & February, 2021 by Sealaska Heritage Institute & UAS.
All lectures will be livestreamed to SHI’s YouTube channel at 12 noon Alaska time – found here: youtube.com/c/sealaskaheritageinstitute
- January 12 – Ice Age Migration and Settlement in Southeast Alaska: Human Response to Climate Change by E. James Dixon
- January 14 – Paleogenomics, Community Engagement, and Evolutionary Histories of Indigenous peoples of Southeast Alaska and North Coast of British Columbia by Ripan S. Malhi
- January 19 – Evolution of Northwest Coast Art by Steve Brown
- January 21 – Spiritualized Pragmatics: Shared Perspectives and Productive Intersections of Existence Scapes among the Haida, Tsimshian, and Tlingit of the Northern Northwest Coast by Steve J. Langdon
- January 26 – Alpine Cairns and Social and Environmental Change in Southeast Alaska by Tom Thornton
- January 28 – Overview of the Dene Languages and the Place of Tlingit in Na-Dene by Jeff Leer
- February 2 – Tlingit and the Dene-Yeniseian Hypothesis by Edward Vajda
- February 4 – The Tsimshianic Language Family, its Ancestry, and Distant Relatives by Marie-Lucie Tarpent
- February 9 – The Haida Language: Origins, External Relationships, and Language Contact Through the Lenses of Linguistics, Other Sciences, and Oral Histories by Marianne Ignace
The series is also offered as a one-credit course through the University of Alaska Southeast. Contact email@example.com for more information.
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