A symposium and gathering bringing together regional Black and Indigenous community historians, scholars, storytellers, and educators.
Free and open to the public.
Information and registration can be found here.
In Conversation: Black and Indigenous Histories and Pedagogies is a two-day symposium and gathering on November 16th and 17th, 2023 at Brown University. The symposium will bring together regional Black and Indigenous community historians, scholars, storytellers, and educators to engage collectively and critically with the following questions, with a particular focus on higher education curricula and pedagogical approaches:
Conversations on November 16, 2023, will focus on expanding and deepening curricula and pedagogical methods in higher education to better teach Black and Native American histories. Speakers include Geri Augusto, Akeia de Barros Gomes, Wanda Hopkins, Darren Ranco, Martha Elena Rojas, Mary McNeil and Mack Scott. The program on November 16, 2023, will conclude with an artist talk by Elizbaeth James Perry.
Conversations on November 17, 2023 will explore how community-centered stories, experiences, and/or knowledges could be meaningfully incorporated into higher education curricula. Speakers include Donnamarie Barnes, Kendra Field, Kerri Greenidge, Nitana Hicks Greendeer, Sandy Grande, Cheryll Holley, Bradford T. Lopes, Chris Newell, endawnis Spears, and Keith Stokes.