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Institute for the Humanities

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Rachel Havrelock to give 2020 Jill S. Harris Memorial Lecture

"Not only do stories about these contests over water illuminate global processes, but they also chart a course forward."

Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof and Felix Contreras Author's Forum conversation airs on Alt.Latino

The interview examines a little known history that sheds light on the Latino experience today.

 

The Institute for the Humanities acknowledges that the University of Michigan, named for Michigami, the world's largest freshwater system, sits on land stewarded by Niswi Ishkodewan Anishinaabeg--the Three Fires People, who are the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi--along with their neighbors the Seneca, Delaware, Shawnee, and Wyandot nations.

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