To Hunt and Be Hunted: Deer in the Ancient and Modern Americas

Mary Weismantel

Membership Lecture, James A. Little Theater

Thursday, March 5, 2009, 7:00–8:00 pm, Free for SAR members

Wherever humans have encountered deer, they have hunted them. The relationship between people and deer seems straightforward enough. But in fact, the relationship is rarely simple. Perhaps nowhere is this truer than in the indigenous traditions of the Americas, where Native peoples have often portrayed deer as killers of men.

Video editing by SAR volunteer John Sadd

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