How does Vine Deloria Jr.'s landmark text speak to the field of religious studies, Native American studies, theology, and environmental studies in the twenty-first century?
Speakers include Suzan Harjo, Robert Warrior, Michael McNally, Susan Hill, Daniel Wildcat, and Philip Deloria.
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Thursday, October 6
5 pm: The Impact of God is Red on Native American Rights and Native American Religions
- Suzan Harjo (Cheyenne & Hodulgee Muscogee), The Morning Star Institute in conversation with Phil Deloria, Harvard University
Convener: Joseph P. Gone (Aaniiih-Gros Ventre), Harvard University
- Robert Warrior (Osage), University of Kansas, Michael McNally, Carleton College, Susan Hill (Mohawk), University of Toronto, and Daniel Wildcat (Yuchi/Muscogee), Haskell Indian Nations University
Friday, October 7
8:30 am: Continental Breakfast
9-10:30 am: The Impact of God is Red on Theology
- Speaker: Robert Warrior (Osage), University of Kansas
- Convener: Ann Braude, Harvard Divinity School
Respondent: Michelle Sanchez, Harvard Divinity School
11 am-12:30 pm: The Impact of God is Red on Religious Studies
- Speaker: Michael McNally, Carleton College
- Convener: Megan Minoka Hill (Oneida Nation WI), Harvard Project on American Indian Economic
Respondents: Anthony Trujillo (Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo), PhD candidate, Harvard University and Anca Wilkening, PhD candidate, Harvard University
12:30-1:30 pm: Lunch
1:30-3 pm: The Impact of God is Red on Studies of Religion, Land and the Environment
- Speaker: Susan Hill (Mohawk), University of Toronto
- Convener: Kimberley Patton, Harvard Divinity School
Respondent: Zoe Todd (Métis/otipemisiw), Carleton University
3:30-5:30 pm: The Impact of God is Red in the Future
- Speaker: Dan Wildcat, (Yuchi/Muscogee), Haskell Indian Nations University
- Convener: Kelli Mosteller (Citizen Potawatomi Nation), Harvard University Native American Program
- Respondents: Panel of students and young scholars