The conference, taking place from September 11 to September 15, brings together an interdisciplinary set of scholars and artists ready to integrate first-nation and mainstream contemporary understandings to move toward a flourishing planet. The speakers were selected for their specialty areas which range from science, history, education, psychology, and anthropology. The purpose of the conference and accompanying books is to bring to a wider audience an awareness of “first ways,” what we know about their effects on flourishing and how to integrate them into modern life for global flourishing.
The Pokagon Band of the Potawatomi is hosting the conference.
Conference Program Chair and Contact: Darcia Narvaez
For more information, please visit the Conference Website.
Originally published at al.nd.edu.