Environmental Stewardship Talk | “Small Things Matter: The Chinook Indian Nation & the National Park Service”
Join the Institute for Advanced Study for our upcoming Environmental Stewardship Talk, “Small Things Matter: The Chinook Indian Nation & the National Park Service.”
Chance Finegan is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Urban Environments, University of Toronto—Mississauga. His areas of specialization are Protected Area Management, Indigenous Studies, and Settler-Colonial Studies. He received his PhD in Environmental Studies from York University in 2019, where he was an Ontairo Trillium Scholar. He is the author of “Undergraduate Curricula in the USA, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia: Are We Missing the Mark on Indigenous Peoples and Parks?” forthcoming (May 2020) in PARKS: The International Journal of Protected Area Management, and “The Interpreter as Researcher: Ethical Heritage Interpretation in Indigenous Contexts” in Journal of Heritage Tourism (2019).
This conversation will stream online, is free, and open to all. Advance registration is required to receive access to the Zoom platform via email prior to the event.
Register here: z.umn.edu/IASPresentationWednesday