Event Title

Making and Unmaking Histories of Settler Violence and Colonialism in the Pacific Northwest

Streaming Media

Description

How has settler colonialism and violence been documented in narratives about communities, indigenous and non-indigenous peoples in the Pacific Northwest? And what are the roles and responsibilities of historians and educators in addressing those as they explore and present the past? Panelists Marc Carpenter, (PhD candidate in the University of Oregon’s History Department), Dr. Josh Cerretti (WWU History Department and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies), Michelle Vendiola (Community organizer, educator, and member of the Walker River Paiute Tribe of Nevada), Laurel Ballew (WWU Executive Director of American Indian/Alaska Native and First Nations Relations & Tribal Liaison to the President), and Dr. Jennifer Seltz, moderator (WWU History Department), engage in a facilitated conversation about past, present and future approaches to the telling of local and regional history.

Document Type

Event

Start Date

26-9-2019 4:00 PM

End Date

26-9-2019 5:30 PM

Location

Special Collections (Wilson Library, Bellingham (Wash.))

Resource Type

Moving image

Duration

01:37:55

Title of Series

Heritage Resources Distinguished Speakers

Genre/Form

lectures

Contributing Repository

Digital object made available by University Archives, Heritage Resources, Western Libraries, Western Washington University.

Program

University Archives

Identifier

HRDS_BallewCarpenterCerrettiVendiolaSeltz_20190926

Subjects – Topical (LCSH)

Indians of North America--Northwest, Pacific--History; Indians, Treatment of--Northwest, Pacific--History; Whites--Northwest, Pacific--Relations with Indians; Indigenoous peoples--Land tenure--Northwest, Pacific--History

Geographic Coverage

Nortwest, Pacific--History

Rights

This resource is displayed for educational purposes only. For more information about rights or obtaining copies of this resource, please contact University Archives, Heritage Resources, Western Libraries, Western Washington University. Any cited materials must be attributed to the Heritage Resources Distinguished Speakers series, University Archives, Heritage Resources, Western Libraries, Western Washington University.

Rights Statement

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-NC/1.0/

Language

English

Format

video/mp4

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Sep 26th, 4:00 PM Sep 26th, 5:30 PM

Making and Unmaking Histories of Settler Violence and Colonialism in the Pacific Northwest

Special Collections (Wilson Library, Bellingham (Wash.))

How has settler colonialism and violence been documented in narratives about communities, indigenous and non-indigenous peoples in the Pacific Northwest? And what are the roles and responsibilities of historians and educators in addressing those as they explore and present the past? Panelists Marc Carpenter, (PhD candidate in the University of Oregon’s History Department), Dr. Josh Cerretti (WWU History Department and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies), Michelle Vendiola (Community organizer, educator, and member of the Walker River Paiute Tribe of Nevada), Laurel Ballew (WWU Executive Director of American Indian/Alaska Native and First Nations Relations & Tribal Liaison to the President), and Dr. Jennifer Seltz, moderator (WWU History Department), engage in a facilitated conversation about past, present and future approaches to the telling of local and regional history.