Graduate and Professional

Maurice Crandall, "Spanish Forms and U.S. Norms: Pueblo Indian Citizenship and Governance During the U.S. Territorial Period"

Maurice Crandall (Yavapai-Apache), assistant professor of Native American Studies at Dartmouth University, will be presenting his paper, “Spanish Forms and U.S. Norms: Pueblo Indian Citizenship and Governance During the U.S. Territorial Period,” in an event jointly hosted by the Latin American History Speaker Series and the Yale Group for the Study of Native America. The lunch talk will be held at noon on Thursday, November 14, in the conference room of the Native American Cultural Center (26 High Street).

Yakama Nation Resource Management: Tribal Treaty Rights and Co-Management by Phil Rigdon

Phil Rigdon Lecture
The Yale Forest Forum offers weekly lunch talks during the academic year, providing opportunities to hear from leaders in forest management, conservation, or policy in an informal setting. The YFF speaker series is the longest continuously-running speaker series at F&ES. Speakers come from a wide range of organizations and perspectives, including government, NGOs and businesses, working at scales from local to international.

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