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Events on April 3, 2013

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Date Name Time
Apr 3, 2013 Indigenous Research 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Presentation by Karl Leonard on Indigenous Research. Presentation will take place in Tessa Reed's Indigenous Research Class, room 127 at the American Indian Resource Center Karl Leonard is a renowned scholar of indigenous history and culture and a celebrated leader of the Maori language revitalization movement. He is traveling to Bemidji State University on a Fulbright Scholarship from New Zealand
Dutch Treat Lunch 12:00 pm - 12:00 pm
Dutch Treat Lunch with Maori Fulbright Scholar Karl Leonard, Indian studies and Ojibwe Language faculty. Event will take place at Hobson Memorial Union Cafeteria Karl Leonard is a renowned scholar of indigenous history and culture and a celebrated leader of the Maori language revitalization movement. He is traveling to Bemidji State University on a Fulbright Scholarship from New Zealand
Indigenous History: A Maori Perspective 3:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Presentation by Karl Leonard on Indigenous History: Maori Perspective. Presentation will take place in Vivian Delgado's American Indian History 1887-Present Class, room 128 at the American Indian Resource Center Karl Leonard is a renowned scholar of indigenous history and culture and a celebrated leader of the Maori language revitalization movement. He is traveling to Bemidji State University on a Fulbright Scholarship from New Zealand

The AIRC Calendar is happy to publish events sponsored by the Council of Indian Students, the American Indian Resource Center, and our academic programs. If you would like an event added here, email Stephanie Hendricks.

If you want to schedule an event at the AIRC, email Stephanie Hendricks or call 218-755-2032. Miigwech.