Department of Anthropology Presents the
XII Annual Regina Flannery Herzfeld Symposium on
the Cultural Heritage of Native Americans
Maloney 203 and Zoom
This talk explores the ways in which historians, anthropologists and archaeologists have conceptualized disease among Indigenous communities as a deterministic force of colonization and conquest. It raises questions about the role of disease as a biologically neutral agent of conquest to explain how Native communities have responded to the most recent global pandemic.
Funded by Annual Gifts from Dr. Joan Roche to the Regina Flannery Herzfeld Memorial Fund
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