Humanities Seminar Series - Regeneration and Resurgence

Presented on: Tuesday, January 24th at 7:00 PM EST

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Join Allan Downey, associate professor, History and Indigenous Studies, and Ivona Kuńćerová, associate professor, Linguistics and Languages and the director of the Centre for Advanced Research in Experimental and Applied Linguistics (ARiEAL) for a conversation about their research in reclamation, the importance of lacrosse and its historical impact on Indigenous culture and why lullabies are important for revitalization of Indigenous languages, hosted by Dr. Pamela Swett, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities.

Humanities Seminars is a new series hosted by Dean Pamela Swett. The series aims to share the Faculty's exciting and groundbreaking research with our alumni, students and community members.

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