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SAR President Michael Brown to speak at Southwest Seminars on the challenges of protecting the intangible cultural heritage of indigenous peoples, September 25, 2017

Sep 6, 2017

Michael F. Brown will present a lecture entitled “Stop Stealing Our Culture! Challenges of Protecting the Cultural Heritage of Indigenous Peoples” as part of a Southwest Seminars series on the theme “Native Culture Matters.” This event will draw on Brown’s book Who Owns Native Culture? (Harvard University Press, 2003).

Please note: This lecture will be held on September 25 at 6PM at the Santa Fe Women’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail, rather than at Southwest Seminars’ usual venue.

Michael F. Brown

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