First Nations In Dialogue: Cherokee and Mapuche Perspectives
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This video presents the conversation between Cherokee fiction writer and journalist Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle and Mapuche-Argentinian poet Liliana Ancalao, which happened on March 21, 2018. This was the second in a series of lectures on First Nations at Furman University. Through a comparative perspective, they share important aspects of their cultures through three topics: their respective culture’s relationship to the natural world, gender representations in their writing, and current social and political issues of the Cherokee and Mapuche First Nations.
Sofía Kearns and Helen Lee Turner
This was one of the Cultural Life Program lectures on First Nations, sponsored by the Humanities Development Fund, the English Department, the Modern Languages and Literatures Department, the Religion Department and the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Minor at Furman University.
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Clapsaddle, Annette Saunooke and Ancalao, Liliana, "First Nations In Dialogue: Cherokee and Mapuche Perspectives" (2018). First Nations Lectures. 2.
Comparative Literature | Creative Writing