43rd AIW - Northern Perspectives, First Nations in WW II and Current Research | Jun 01, 8:30 AM GMT+2 – Jun 04, 7:00 PM GMT+2 Uni.lu Campus Kirchberg, Salle Feidert, 6 Rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, 1359 Luxembourg

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  • 30 minutes

    Registration


  • 30 minutes

    Plenary : Welcome speech by Carlo Krieger

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    Coffeebreak


  • 1 hour 15 minutes

    Session 1 : Panel - Blood and Eugenics as Indian Removal: Perspectives on Current Problems in African-Native Amer

    In room and online

  • 1 hour 15 minutes

    Lunchbreak


  • 1 hour 31 minutes

    Session 2 : Current research - Historical Perspectives on Native American and African American Intersections


  • 15 minutes

    S2. Gabrielle Tayac - By Love and By Force: Colonial Era Piscataway Transatlantic Transformations

    Online

  • 15 minutes

    S2. Renate Bartl - Marginalizing African-Native People: American Narratives in Historical Perspective

    Online

  • 15 minutes

    S2. John A. Strong - "A Wicked Indian and a Mischievous Negar Woman Servant": Violence and Resistance on the Long

    Online

  • 15 minutes

    S2. Ashton Pemapanik Dunkley - The State vs. Levin Sockume: Race and Indigeneity on Trial in 19th-Century Delaware

    Online

  • 30 minutes

    Coffeebreak


  • 1 hour 30 minutes

    Session 3: Panel - Native North America and Museums : Perspectives and Collaborative Prospects

    In room and online

  • 2 hours

    Guided tour of Colonialism Expo followed by a reception at the National History and Art Museum" for reg. part. only

    MNHA, Marché-aux-Poissons, Lux


  • 15 minutes

    Registration


  • 1 hour 16 minutes

    Session 4 : Northern Perspectives


  • 15 minutes

    S4. Georges De Medts - Northern dvlpmt, ethics, changes and survival in One day in the life of Noah Piugattuk (2019) by

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S4. Sonja Ross - What’s in a Name, what’s in a Land? - Northern Trade Routes on Indigenous Shores

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S4. Laura M. De Vos - “What has been done to us is now being done to you”: Transatl. solidarity in the struggle against

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 30 minutes

    Coffeebreak


  • 1 hour 16 minutes

    Session 5 : Northern Perspectives


  • 15 minutes

    S5. Eugenia Sojka - Performing the Arctic. Prolegomena to the aesthetics and politics of contemp. Inuit performing arts.

    Online

  • 15 minutes

    S5. Johann Strube - Digital citizen science platforms for Fish and Wildlife Monitoring in Northern, Indig. communities

    Online

  • 15 minutes

    S5. Elizabeth Rule - Reconciliation, Retribution, Resid. Schools: Indigenous Critiques of Settler Colonialism in Canada

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 1 hour 15 minutes

    Lunchbreak


  • 1 hour 15 minutes

    ExCom Meeting (over lunch) : Preparation of Business Meeting


  • 1 hour 1 minute

    Session 6 - Current research - Northeast segement


  • 15 minutes

    S6. Birgit Hans - Ojibwa Mystery Fiction: Tales of Resistance and Resilience

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S6. Mark L. Thompson - Entangled in the Land: Seventeenth-Century Northeastern North America in an Age of Crisis

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S6. Elzbieta Wilczyńska - Reframing Thanksgiving: No Thanks! No giving? or Reciprocating Thanks

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 1 hour 1 minute

    Session 7: Current research - History


  • 15 minutes

    S7. Nancy Mykoff - Telling Stories: Revising “American” History

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S7. Roger L. Nichols - Massacring Indians, 1850-1890

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S7. Brian Hosmer - Indigenous nationhood, Tribal economics, and the interplay of scholarships and sovereignty

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 30 minutes

    Coffeebreak


  • 2 hours

    AIW Business meeting

    In room and online

  • 15 minutes

    Comfortbreak


  • 55 minutes

    Movie : Searching for Sequoyah (56 minutes) Films (PBS) by Joshua B Nelson

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu


  • 15 minutes

    Registration


  • 1 hour 1 minute

    Session 8 - Current research


  • 15 minutes

    S8. Hermansky&Sromova - Rapping the Pain Away: Historical Trauma and Cultural Healing in Contemp. Native Am. HipHop

    Online

  • 15 minutes

    S8. Livia Savelkova: Lacrosse and its beginnings in Europe in relation to the Native Americans

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S8. Amy Ruckes & Eber Omar Betanzos Torres - Online Exploitation of Native Americans for Political Propaganda

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 30 minutes

    Coffeebreak


  • 1 hour 16 minutes

    Session 9: Current research - Transatlantic Connections


  • 15 minutes

    S9. Anna L. Schneider -Talking (Back to) Indianthusiasm: Tracing the Connections between Colonialism, National(ist) ID

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S9. Paul Rosier - Indigenous Perspectives on Environmental Justice and Climate Change

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S9. Judit Kádár - Mixed Blood Mobilities: Cognitive Travelers through the Hearts of Empire and Beyond

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S9. Miroslav Černý - The role of Ofelia Zepeda in Tohono O´odham Language and Cultural Revitalization

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 1 hour 15 minutes

    Lunchbreak


  • 1 hour

    KEYNOTE: Dr H. Prins : When Luxembourg was ‘Indian Country’ Native American Warriors in the Grand Duchy 1944-1945

    Online

  • 1 hour 1 minute

    Session 10: WWII


  • 15 minutes

    S10. E. Richard Hart & Charles T. Borg - World War II Veterans from the Colville Reservation

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S10. Mark van de Logt - Our Flag Is Waving Over Their Land: Arikara Participation in World War II

    Online

  • 15 minutes

    S10. Eric D. Singleton - Nations at War! Field Sketches of a Pawnee Warrior in World War II

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 30 minutes

    Coffeebreak


  • 1 hour 16 minutes

    Session 11: WWII


  • 15 minutes

    S11. Mathilde Roza - North American Indigenous soldiers and the liberation of the Netherlands, 1944-1945

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S11. Ryan Madden - Alaska Natives, the Alaska Territorial Guard and World War II

    Online

  • 15 minutes

    S11. Joshua B. Nelson - The Trail of the Thunderbirds—A Balancing Act

    Salle Feider, Uni.lu

  • 15 minutes

    S11. Lindsay G. Robertson - McGirt v. Oklahoma: The U.S Supreme Court and Federal Indian Law in the 21st Century

    Online

  • 15 minutes

    Final Conference Discussions


  • 30 minutes

    Concluding remarks


  • 2 hours 30 minutes

    Conference dinner

    Lux City


  • 10 hours 15 minutes

    Historic site visits : WWII & First Nations - for registered participants only

    Luxembourg and Belgium