Date Oct 10, 2023, 12:00 pm – 1:20 pm Location RSVP on My PrincetonU to see location Audience Faculty Register Details Event Description This event is part of the McGraw Center’s Inclusive Teaching at Princeton series. What curricular and pedagogical commitments guide the teaching of Native American and Indigenous Studies? What teaching models and methods do we draw on – and what new ones do we need to develop? Join us for a faculty roundtable on these and other questions. Speakers: Elizabeth Ellis, Associate Professor of History Nathan Jessee, Postdoctoral Research Associate, High Meadows Environmental Institute Ikaika Ramones, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Ryo Morimoto, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Richard Stockton Bicentennial Preceptor Food will be provided for lunch. Please contact [email protected] in advance of the event to let us know if you have any dietary restrictions, food allergies, need to request an accommodation, or for inquiries about accessibility.