Deborah Miranda,Washington & Lee Univ
Jean M. O'Brien-Kehoe,Univ of MN Twin Cities
Julie L. Reed,Penn State Univ
Doug Kiel,Northwestern Univ
Malinda Maynor Lowery,Center for the Study of the American South,UNC Chapel Hill
Alyssa Mt.Pleasant, Univ at Buffalo
can non-scientific ways of determining indigenous belonging also be exclusionary, esp for ppl who have been removed/separated from indigenous communities by way of colonial violence? could genealogy thus serve to include as opposed to exclude?
prof lowery notes that listening and dialogue are key, but that we have to be willing to understand other points of view that seem to run counter to what we expect/what has been deemed acceptable+