Reuniting with Our Lands and Waters: Indigenous Access and Political Ecology in Settler States



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Reuniting with Our Lands and Waters: Indigenous Access and Political Ecology in Settler States

Clint Carroll
Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies, University of Colorado Boulder

Welcome: Laureano Gherardi Arbizu, Assistant Professor, Environmental Science, Policy and Management
Moderator: Peter Nelson, Assistant Professor, Environmental Science, Policy and Management & Ethnic Studies

Sponsored by: Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues
Co-sponsored by: Native American Studies Program, Native American Student Development, American Indian Graduate Program, American Indian Graduate Student Association, and Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues is part of the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues.

September 22nd, 2022
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Management
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