BPCRC Seminar - Mishigami (Michigan) and the Anishinaabeg: Indigenous Stewardship and Healthy Fisheries Under Climate Change
The Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center (BPCRC) welcomes Dr. Natasha Myhal, assistant professor of Indigenous Environmental Studies, who will present, "Mishigami (Michigan) and the Anishinaabeg: Indigenous Stewardship and Healthy Fisheries Under Climate Change" on September 21 starting at 1:00 p.m. in the Goldthwait Polar Library in Scott Hall 176.
This presentation will present a remaking of Anishinaabeg history as a place that was created and sustained by the Anishinaabeg through their relations with non-humans. In this talk, I will share how an Ojibwe view of maamawijiwan (watershed) and mino-bimaadiziwin (balance) as Indigenous-led adaptation strategies support all human life. I will share my methodological approach, and ongoing data analysis. Ultimately, my presentation will propose that Indigenous ways of knowing and being are central to addressing climate change impacts.
COFFEE AND DONUTS WILL BE SERVED!
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