March 4, 2016 - 2:00pm

A roundtable on Digital Futures of Indigenous Studies will take place in the Digital Scholarship Lab, John D. Rockefeller Library, from 2 to 5 p.m.

With short presentations by:
Tobias Glaza & Paul Grant-Costa(Yale Indian Papers)
Alyssa Mt. Pleasant (Univ. of Buffalo)
Dan Carpenter (Harvard University)
Lisa Brooks & Mike Kelly (Amherst)
Dana Leibsohn (Smith College)
and members of the Brown community

Discussion related to the use of digital media to foster education, research, and outreach within Indigenous communities and studies. This event is part of an ongoing initiative at the JCB to encourage and support a new generation of scholars and community members as they build consciousness about Indigenous issues not only in New England, but also in the United States and internationally as well.

For flyer, please see here.