A Book Talk with Native Scholar: Professor Tsim D. Schneider

Professor Schneider's book, The Archaeology of Refuge and Recourse, explores the dual practices of refuge and recourse among Indigenous peoples of California. Applying theories of place and landscape, Schneider (Citizen of Graton Rancheria) argues for a new direction in the archaeology of colonialism.

This book offers insight about the critical and ongoing relationships Indigenous peoples maintained to their homelands despite colonization and systematic destruction of their cultural sites.

Professor Schneider will discuss the topic with Dr. Peter A. Nelson and Nick Tipon, fellow citizens of his tribe

Monday, November 8, 2021 at 4:00pm

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