International Coalition of Sites of Conscience Presents Rethinking the Landscape: Haudenosaunee Women, 3/13
The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience is hosting two events at the National Museum of American Indian in New York on March 12 and March 13 if any students or faculty are interested in attending!
On Thursday, March 12 at 6:00 pm, there will be a discussion entitled Rethinking the Landscape: Haudenosaunee Women. Join four women who are scholars, artists, and activists as they rethink the landscape of Haudenosaunee homeland – and upstate New York. How are Haudenosaunee women absent from memorials and museums? What innovative ways might their lives, past and present, be commemorated on the landscape? This discussion is free and open to all.
The next day, Friday, March 13 from 10:00am to 4:00pm, Linda Norris, the Global Programs Director at the Coalition, is also facilitating a one-day workshop on the same theme, delving into how museums, historical societies, and local communities can deepen and richen their understanding of Haudenosaunee culture and develop tools for revisioning exhibitions, programs, and public spaces. Tickets are $30 and lunch is included. For more information on the workshop and to buy tickets, please click here and see the attached PDF.