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LaDonna Harris Native American Studies Institute

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"Modern Iroquois Culture"

Dr. Barbara Alice Mann is an Assistant Professor, Honors Department at the University of Toledo. Dr. Mann received her Bachelor of Arts, Masters of Arts, and Ph.D. in English Language & Literature from the University of Toledo. She is an Ohio Bear Clan Seneca as well as a scholar of multiple Native-settler history. Her publications are included in Iroquoian Women : The Gantowisas (American Indian Studies, V. 4), George Washington's War on Native America (Native America: Yesterday and Today), Native Americans, Archaeologists, and the Mounds (American Indian Studies, V. 14), and The Tainted Gift: The Disease Method of Frontier Expansion (Native America: Yesterday and Today) just to name a few. Dr. Mann will be a guest speaker for the Harris Indigenous People Institute on November 6, 2014 in Eberly 110 at 6:00pm.

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Dr. Clarissa Confer, Director of the LaDonna Harris Indigenous Peoples Institute

Dr. Clarissa Confer, Director
CalU Faculty Board Members: 
John Confer
Marta McClintock-Comeaux
Bill Meloy
Keat Murray
John Nass
Laura Tuennerman