The fourth annual NMU Indigenous Earth Issues Summit held on Friday, March 25, 2011, featured Pulitzer Prize nominee Linda Hogan. Hogan is known for her writings on animals, human relationships with the land, and Indigenous environmental issues.
View videos of the Summit Presentations.
Much of the Summit focused on traditional ecological knowledge in the Northwoods. Anishinaabeg elders and scholars were part of the discourse, offering Summit participants a wonderful array of topics and lessons. A complete listing of events and presenter biographies can be in the Summit's program.
Chi-Miigwech (Great Thanks) to the Summit presenters, participants, and sponsors!
This year's Summit was sponsored by the NMU Center for Native American Studies with generous support from the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, NMU College of Arts & Science, English Dept, Geography Dept, and the Multicultural Education and Resource Center.
For more information, call Aimee Cree Dunn - IEIS Coordinator, at (906) 227-1397.
Highlights from past Indigenous Earth Issues Summit