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April 2013

Symposium on the American Indian

NSU Center for Tribal Studies
April 8-13

Northeastern State University and its Center for Tribal Studies invite people through northeast Oklahoma and beyond to attend the 41st Annual Symposium on the American Indian.

The Pre-Symposium Film Series is April 8-9, and the full schedule runs April 10-13. The theme of the 41st symposium is "Technology Future, Technology Past: A Woven Link." The event is organized by NSU's Center for Tribal Studies and the American Indian Heritage Committee. In collaboration with the Cherokee Heritage Center, this year's event will highlight the 50th anniversary of the Cherokee National Historical Society.

All events are free and open to the public. Confirmed keynote speakers for the symposium include Charles "Chief" Boyd, Dr. Daniel Littlefield Jr., Dr. Daniel Wildcat, Bunky Echo-Hawk, Dr. Colleen Fitzgerald and Dr. Pamela Munro.
For more information about the 41st Annual Symposium on the American Indian, contact the Center for Tribal Studies at 918.444.4350. Vendor and sponsor information is available at nsuok.edu/symposium.


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