October 9-11, 2008
Hosted by Hartwick College and the Pine Lake Institute for Environmental and Sustainability Studies
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“Native Balance: Indigenous Ways in a Modern World” would not have been possible without the generous support of numerous individuals and organizations. The Planning Committee wishes to thank the New York Council for the Humanities for their mini-grant, the Oneonta City School District, with special thanks to Karen Rowe, Staff Developer/Curriculum Coordinator, for the contribution for the Bruchacs’ Friday presentation, and Hartwick College’s Richard L. Haan Fund for Native American Studies for support of the Eaglefeathers’ talk. Paul Ghost Horse and Vicki Ghost Horse were sponsored by the Hartwick Humanities Division and the National Endowment for the Humanities Visiting Professors in the Humanities program.
“Native Balance” is hosted by Hartwick College’s Pine Lake Institute for Environmental and Sustainability Studies with support from the following college departments and programs: Academic Theme, Art/Art History, Education, English, Environmental Science and Policy, History, Music, Political Science, Student Life, the Stevens-German Library, and the Women's and Gender Studies Program.
For more information, contact Brian Hagenbuch at email@example.com or 607-431-4518.
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