Seth Schermerhorn

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Seth Schermerhorn recently presented a paper at the 39th American Indian Workshop (AIW) in Ghent, Belgium, hosted by Ghent University. The theme of the event was “Arrows of Time: Narrating the Past and Present.” Schermerhorn’s paper was titled “Multiple Magdalenas: Locative and Utopian Orientations in an Indigenous Community divided by an International Border.”

According to the AIW website, the workshop “has become the most important European scholarly platform for researchers concerned with topics related to the Native Peoples of North America.”

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