Columbia University (V & H only for public access)

Earth2Class

From: 2021-12-04 10:0 AM
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Book Launch Series: Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action

From: 2021-12-03 1:00 PM
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WTO 2.0: The Return (to Prominence) Through the JSI

From: 2021-12-03 10:00 AM
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2021 Greater Good Challenge

From: 2021-12-03 10:00 AM
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BME Seminar: Maribel Vazquez, Sc.D., Rutgers University

From: 2021-12-03 11:00 AM
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rAADio: Sites of Entanglements

From: 2021-12-02 6:00 PM
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Such Sweet Thunder: A Listening Session

From: 2021-12-02 7:00 PM
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HIV & COVID-19: When Pandemics Collide

From: 2021-12-02 12:00 PM
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Sports, Politics & Subscriptions: Delacorte Lecture with Defector

From: 2021-12-01 6:30 PM
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Clean + Go Green - December 2 to 3, 2021

From: 2021-12-02 8:00 AM
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To Make the Wounded Whole: The African-American Struggle Against HIV

From: 2021-12-01 4:00 PM
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Richard Lin in Masterclass

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December Narrative Medicine Rounds with Eyal Press

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Stats On Your Own – Three Sessions to Self-Reliance

From: 2021-12-01 3:00 PM
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TISSUE TALKS: Deepak Srivastava, M.D., Gladstone Institutes

From: 2021-12-01 3:00 PM
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Food for Thought – Social Media for Social Good in Our Pandemic Era

From: 2021-12-01 12:00 PM
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2021: The Year of Cyber Norms

From: 2021-12-01 12:00 PM
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Applied Mathematics Colloquium with Jack Xin, UC Irvine

From: 2021-11-30 2:45 PM
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Book launch for "Jews, Liberalism, Antisemitism - A Global History"

From: 2021-11-30 1:00 PM
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The Hydrogen Revolution and the Energy Transition

From: 2021-11-30 5:00 PM
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Wellsprings of David Burliuk’s Art

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Book talk: Labor Contestation at Walmart Brazil

From: 2021-11-30 1:00 PM
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After the Biden-Putin Summit: The State of US-Russia Relations One Year into the Biden Administration

From: 2021-11-29 12:00 PM
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Energy Transition Imperative: How Do We Get There From Here?

From: 2021-11-22 6:00 PM
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The Importance of Diversity

From: 2021-11-22 8:00 PM
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Planning Innovative Trial Designs with High Risk Patients

From: 2021-11-23 12:00 PM
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The Law's Cheapest Meat

From: 2021-11-22 12:00 PM
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The impact of the 2021 presidential election on Chile’s future

From: 2021-11-22 2:00 PM
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[EI LIVE K-12] Unearthing Microfossils – Keepers of the Earth’s Climate Record

From: 2021-11-22 11:00 AM
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Barnard/Columbia Dances (CUID only)

From: 2021-11-20 2:00 PM
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Barnard/Columbia Dances (CUID only)

From: 2021-11-19 7:00 PM
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Columbia Fast Pitch Competition 2021

From: 2021-11-19 4:00 PM
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Book Launch Series: Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action

From: 2021-11-19 4:00 PM
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Environment, Climate, and Cultural Heritage: Native American Perspectives

From: 2021-11-19 5:00 PM
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Book Talk. #WomenofBiH

From: 2021-11-19 12:00 PM
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The Origins of Turkish Studies at Columbia University

From: 2021-11-19 1:00 PM
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BME Seminar: Laurel Carney, Ph.D., University of Rochester

From: 2021-11-19 11:00 AM
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The Taliban Takeover

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Social Enterprise Conference, Capital for Good: Digital Event Series

From: 2021-11-19 11:00 AM
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Carbon Border Adjustments in the EU, the U.S., and Beyond

From: 2021-11-19 10:15 AM
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Rising Stars in Engineering in Health - 2021 Workshop

From: 2021-11-19 9:00 AM
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NFTS: Future or Fad?

From: 2021-11-19 9:00 AM
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Valuing the City

From: 2021-11-19 9:00 AM
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Critical Race Theory and Writing for the General Reader

From: 2021-11-18 7:00 PM
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The Crown Awards: A Virtual Benefit

From: 2021-11-18 7:00 PM
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Moral Distress, Nursing and Bioethics: Challenges and Solutions

From: 2021-11-18 6:15 PM
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Columbia Climate Conversations: The Sustainable Fashion Revolution

From: 2021-11-18 6:00 PM
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Books that Bind November 2021

From: 2021-11-18 6:30 PM
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Local Journalism and Media Policy: Lessons from Overseas

From: 2021-11-18 4:00 PM
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IICD Seminar Series: Stacey Finley, USC

From: 2021-11-18 4:00 PM
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Lies and the Press

From: 2021-11-18 4:00 PM
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Advances in Precision Medicine Seminar - Marylyn Ritchie, PhD

From: 2021-11-18 4:00 PM
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Des empires sous la terre: Is There a Secularocene?

From: 2021-11-18 1:00 PM
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Shaping the Future of Work - David Autor

From: 2021-11-18 2:00 PM
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Queer Central Asian Activism

From: 2021-11-18 10:00 AM
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Art + Life: Naima Coster

From: 2021-11-17 8:00 PM
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Brazil Seminar - Democracy in Brazil Panel

From: 2021-11-17 6:10 PM
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Digital Transformation and the Future of Work

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Mental Health in Uncertain Times: Fostering Resilience in Children

From: 2021-11-17 6:00 PM
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Pablo Gomez - Slave Trading & Medical Arithmetics in the Atlantic

From: 2021-11-17 6:00 PM
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Jhumpa Lahiri with Amara Lakhous: On Writing in Italian, Migration/Mobility, and Belonging

From: 2021-11-17 1:00 PM
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An Argument for Healthy Longevity (and Public Health)

From: 2021-11-17 5:00 PM
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Algorithms for the People

From: 2021-11-17 11:40 AM
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Info Session: Hacking for Humanity + the Planet Venture Incubator

From: 2021-11-17 8:30 AM
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Where To Now? The New Challenges to Russian Independent Media

From: 2021-11-16 12:30 PM
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The Monetary/Fiscal Policy Mix Needed for Attacking the COVID Slump

From: 2021-11-16 1:00 PM
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Yan Chen: Virtual Teams for a Gig Economy

From: 2021-11-16 3:00 PM
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How Do We Think about Population in the Anthropocene?

From: 2021-11-16 5:30 PM
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ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: An open discussion about the Mauvais Genres Film Festival

From: 2021-11-16 12:00 PM
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Conducting Oral Histories with Srebrenica Genocide Survivors

From: 2021-11-16 12:00 PM
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Columbia University Trans Awareness Week Keynote: Eva Reign

From: 2021-11-15 7:00 PM
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Masterclass: Clarence Penn, Jazz Percussion

From: 2021-11-15 7:30 PM
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Brigitte Shim: Crafting Place

From: 2021-11-15 6:30 PM
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November COVID-19 Research Webinar

From: 2021-11-15 12:00 PM
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Website Design Best Practices for Wealth Managers

From: 2021-11-15 12:00 PM
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Identification of Genetic Modifiers for Familial Alzheimer’s

From: 2021-11-15 1:30 PM
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Intercultural Dialogue Among Youth in North Macedonia

From: 2021-11-15 12:00 PM
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Earth2Class: Laia Andreu-Hayles

From: 2021-11-13 10:00 AM
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Podcast Essentials: Thinking Like an Audio Storyteller

From: 2021-11-12 2:00 PM
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The Role of Hydrological Changes and Human Integration in Semi-Arid Landscapes of Mapungubwe, Shashe-Limpopo Basin, South Africa

From: 2021-11-12 1:00 PM
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The Origins of Middle East Studies in the U.S.

From: 2021-11-12 1:00 PM
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Memory Laws: Global and Local Perspectives in Poland and Beyond

From: 2021-11-12 1:00 PM
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Mid-day Music: MPP Performance Seminar

From: 2021-11-12 1:00 PM
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Book Talk. Klimat: Russia in the Age of Climate Change

From: 2021-11-12 12:00 PM
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International Dispute Resolution

From: 2021-11-12 9:00 AM
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The Bronx Is Up And The Battery’s Down

From: 2021-11-11 6:30 PM
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Psychoanalysts on American Slavery: Privleges and Pleasures

From: 2021-11-11 6:00 PM
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Digital Selves: Embodiment and Subjectivity in New Media Cultures

From: 2021-11-11 6:00 PM
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1st Black Brazilian Women Intellectuals International Conference: Black Women and Brazilian Politics

From: 2021-11-11 6:00 PM
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Lin Lecture: Children's Savings, Student Debt, and Wealth Inequality

From: 2021-11-11 5:00 PM
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"We Also Have to Give Children Something to Live For"

From: 2021-11-11 5:00 PM
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The Rise of Russia and China in the Western Balkans

From: 2021-11-11 12:00 PM
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Felt Antagonisms: On Affect and Affirmation

From: 2021-11-11 12:15 PM
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Rethinking Argentina's Strategic Sectors for Economic Growth

From: 2021-11-11 1:00 PM
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TISSUE TALKS: "Building a Human on a Chip: A 32 Year Odyssey"

From: 2021-11-10 3:00 PM
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Brazil Seminar - ESG and Impact Investing in Brazil

From: 2021-11-10 6:10 PM
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4/13 The Combahee River Collective

From: 2021-11-10 6:00 PM
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The Politics of Integrative Care in Clinical Spaces in Russia

From: 2021-11-10 12:00 PM
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Columbia Energy Tech Revolution Forum -- Beyond Lithium-Ion: What Can We Expect from New Battery Tech?

From: 2021-11-10 12:00 PM
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City Size & Public Service Access: Brazil, India & Indonesia

From: 2021-11-10 12:30 PM
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PLAYSONOS: A Digital Audio Play Festival

From: 2021-11-08 12:00 AM
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“Natural Pollutants” and Environmental Agnotology

From: 2021-11-04 12:15 PM
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Workshop: Topics in Russian and Eurasian Studies

From: 2021-11-04 9:00 AM
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Elizabeth Wrigley-Field: How Racial Disparities Intersect with Age-Related Risks in Two Pandemics: 1918 and COVID-19

From: 2021-11-04 11:30 AM
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Winona LaDuke: Food Security In A Time Of Climate Change

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Wonne Ickx: Unadapted

From: 2021-11-03 6:30 PM
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Buro Happold

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Nonfiction Dialogues: Lacy M. Johnson

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TISSUE TALKS: Kevin E. Healy, University of California, Berkeley

From: 2021-11-03 3:00 PM
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The Science of Abolition

From: 2021-11-03 4:00 PM
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November Narrative Medicine Rounds with Sarah Schulman

From: 2021-11-03 6:00 PM
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Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) Virtual Career Fair

From: 2021-12-10 9:00 AM
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Anti-Racism Speaker Series: Marcella Nunez-Smith, PhD, Yale

From: 2021-12-09 10:00 AM
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Environment, Climate, And Cultural Heritage: Native American Perspectives • Morningside Area Alliance
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Environment, Climate, and Cultural Heritage: Native American Perspectives

This online symposium gathers distinguished leaders in law and practice who advance the protection and survival of the cultural heritage of Indigenous communities.

Supported by a grant from:
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation


Speakers:
Clint Carroll, University of Colorado Boulder 
   (Cherokee Nation) 
Elizabeth Kronk Warner, University of Utah
   (Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians)  
Darren Ranco, University of Maine
   (Penobscot Nation)
Margaret Redsteer, University of Washington
   (Crow Nation)

Moderator:
Angelo Baca, New York University
   (Diné and Hopi)


This online event is part of the Academy’s International Observatory for Cultural Heritage, known for its conferences on the preservation of Indigenous cultures, ranging from the U.S. to the Middle East to Africa and Europe. Read more about Threatened Heritage: Bears Ears, Chaco, and Beyond and
Resisting, Reclaiming, Reframing: Indigenous Communities and Art Museum Collections, which brought together Indigenous cultural leaders from around North America to build connections and take action.
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Bio notes:

Angelo Baca is a cultural activist, scholar, filmmaker and currently a doctoral student in anthropology at New York University. He is the cultural resources coordinator at Utah Diné Bikéyah, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the defense and protection of culturally significant ancestral lands. The National Parks Conservation Association recently designated him as one of “10 Under 40” dynamic cultural activists who make up the association’s Next Generation Advisory Council. He has published a widely read op-ed in the New York Times. Shash Jaa’: Bears Ears is Angelo Baca’s latest award-winning film about the five tribes of the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition that worked together to protect 1.9 million acres of Utah wilderness through a national monument designation. His work reflects a long-standing dedication to both Western and Indigenous knowledge.

Clint Carroll is Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. He received his doctorate from the University of California Berkeley in Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona in Anthropology, with a minor in American Indian Studies. A citizen of the Cherokee Nation, he works closely with Cherokee people in Oklahoma on issues of land conservation and the perpetuation of land-based knowledge and ways of life. His book, Roots of Our Renewal: Ethnobotany and Cherokee Environmental Governance (2015, University of Minnesota Press), explores how tribal natural resource managers navigate the material and structural conditions of settler colonialism, as well as how recent efforts in cultural revitalization are informing such practices through traditional forms of decision-making and local environmental knowledge.
Dr. Carroll has received fellowships from the Ford Foundation, the Udall Foundation, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the National Science Foundation. He was also a 2014–2016 Fellow of the Native Investigator Development Program, funded by the National Institutes of Health. His work has been published in Ethnohistory, Geoforum, Environmental Research, EcoHealth, and two edited collections. He is an active member of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association and the Society for Applied Anthropology.

Elizabeth Kronk Warner is Dean and Professor of Law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. She was formerly Associate Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Kansas School of Law (KU), where she was also the Director of the Tribal Law and Government Center.
Dean Kronk Warner is a nationally recognized expert in the intersection of Environmental and Indian law. She has taught courses in Property, Indian, Environmental and Natural Resources Law, and supervised the KU Tribal Judicial Support Clinic. She has received several teaching excellence awards, co-authored several books on environmental issues and Native Americans, and has over 40 articles and book chapters to her credit. Dean Kronk Warner, a citizen of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, served as an appellate judge for the tribe and as a district judge for the Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribe.
Dean Kronk Warner previously was an active member of the Federal Bar Association, serving on its national Board of Directors. In 2014, she received the Federal Bar Association President’s Award for leadership and extraordinary service, commitment, and guidance to the Federal Bar Association and its members. She is currently active in the American Bar Association, where she is co-chair of the Native American Resources Committee. She holds a J.D. from the University of Michigan, a B.S. from Cornell University, and also studied at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

Darren Ranco has a joint appointment at the University of Maine in the Department of Anthropology, the Senator George J Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions, and in Native American Programs, where he serves as Chair of Native American Programs and Coordinator of Native American Research. His research focuses on the ways in which indigenous communities in the United States resist environmental destruction by using indigenous diplomacies and critiques of liberalism to protect cultural resources, and how state knowledge systems, rooted in colonial contexts, continue to expose indigenous peoples to an inordinate amount of environmental risk. He teaches classes on indigenous intellectual property rights, research ethics, environmental justice and tribal governance. A member of the Penobscot Nation, he is particularly interested in how better research relationships can be made between universities, Native and non-Native researchers, and indigenous communities.

Margaret Redsteer is an Assistant Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington. A member of the Crow Nation, she studies the ways that climate change is fueling dust storms. Drawing on local knowledge, she has documented the impact of climate change on indigenous people in the Southwest and Great Plains. Her interest in geology stems from her concern about water quality on native lands. She was the coordinating lead author for a National Climate Assessment report on the impact of climate change on indigenous tribes in the southwestern United States.

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Nov 19 2021
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5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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