2005-Sixth Symposium



Sixth Native American Symposium
Native Women in the Arts, Education, and Leadership



FEATURED GUESTS


Featured Speakers

Buffy Sainte-Marie and Winona LaDuke

Buffy Saint Marie Winona LaDuke

November 10-11, 2005
Durant, Oklahoma


Southeastern Oklahoma State University invites the community, The Indian Nations, students, scholars, educators, and all who are interested
in studying and sharing the experience of the largest cultural minority in Oklahoma to attend the Sixth Native American Symposium; Native Women
in the Arts, Education, and Leadership. This event features presentations about Native American literature, history, sociology, politics, education, science, art,
and film. Scholars, artists, and members of Indian Nations from around the United States and Canada will come together to discuss topics related
to the Native American experience.

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Abstracts are invited for the Sixth Native American Symposium to be held November 10-12, 2005 at Southeastern Oklahoma State University
in Durant, Oklahoma. Our Featured speakers this year will be Buffy Sainte-Marie and Winona LaDuke. The symposium’s theme is Native Women
in the Arts, Education, and Leadership, but papers and presentations welcome on all Native American topics and issues, including history, literature,
autobiography, film, cultural studies, education, religion, politics, the social sciences, and fine arts. Send one-page abstracts by June 15, 2005
in either hard-copy or electronic form to Dr. Mark Spencer, Department of English, Humanities, and Languages, Box 4121, Southeastern Oklahoma State
University, Durant, OK 74701-0609, mspencer@sosu.edu

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS MEMBERS
HISTORY SYMPOSIUMS PUBLICATIONS
ART EXHIBITS REGISTRATIONFORM
FOR KEYNOTE BANQUET
SPONSORS
LIST OF NOTABLE NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN

      

 




  • Dr. Andrew Robson, Chair, English, Humanities, and Language (Committee Chair)
  • Ms. Neta Cox, Assistant Librarian
  • Mr. Brad Cushman, Chair, Art
  • Ms. Corie Delashaw, Social Sciences
  • Ms. Jane Gainey, Director of Counseling Services
  • Dr. Elbert Hill, English, Humanities, and Language
  • Ms. Marion Hill, Community Representative
  • Ms. Tamla Hill, Student Representative
  • Dr. Elizabeth Kennedy, Psychology and Counseling
  • Mr. Chad Litton, Sociology
  • Ms. Camille Phelps, Multicultural Coordinator
  • Dr. Glenda Zumwalt, English, Humanities, and Language