Tag: Native American issues

Featured Panel: Wabanaki Ritual, Traditions, and Feminine Intuition

Ritual, Tradition and Feminine Intuition among the Wabanaki of Maine and the Canadian Maritimes In this presentation, four Wabanaki Women, representing the Penobscot Nation, Passamaquoddy Tribe, and the Mi’ kmaq and Maliseet First Nations, will discuss the impact of ritual

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Program Schedule for 2014 Conference

Borderlands:  Scholarship as Pilgrimage and Mystery The program for 2014 truly lives up to the promise to explore the borderlands and mysteries of mind and spirit.  Our conference this year follows tracks laid down in prior years, and also offers

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“Borderlands,” Third National Conference

Check our Blog for more conference details and other news! Third National Conference March 28-29, 2014 “Borderlands: Scholarship as Pilgrimage and Mystery” 2014 NATIONAL CONFERENCE SAN ANTONIO, TX  CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Registration is now open for our Third National Conference, to be held

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