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Diversity and Inclusion

Scholarship on Indigenous Agriculture: Crimes of Incompetence & Bias

November 15, 2016 at 5:00pm7:00pm EST

Bird Library, 114

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Considered a national exper t in Iroquois agriculture, Jane is currently an Associate Professor in the Depar tment of Hor ticulture at Cornell University. Her research focuses on Iroquois agriculture, knowledge, and the productivity of Indigenous cropping systems. She frequently lectures and gives presentations about these topics and their links to contemporary agricultural sustainability. She examines Iroquois agriculture from a multi-disciplinary perspective that includes history, archeology, paleobotany, and cultural/social anthropology in order to provide a critically needed bridge between scholars in the humanities and social sciences who work in Iroquois Studies.

This event was published on November 17, 2020.

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