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Sol Neely presents “People Singing in the Earth: Indigenous Phenomenology & Decolonial Legibility”

October 27 @ 11:55 am

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The CILT Faculty Scholarship Series is pleased to present “People Singing in the Earth: Indigenous Phenomenology & Decolonial Legibility,” by Dr. Sol Neely, Director of Composition at HU, recently arrived from University of Alaska SW, Juneau, AK. Ph.D. from Purdue University’s Philosophy & Literature program (completed 2009), with specializations in Theory and Cultural Studies, Native American Literature and Critical Indigenous Studies, Composition Theory, Ethics, and Literary Studies. Abstract: Dr. Neely (Cherokee Nation) stages the foundations for building an Indigenous phenomenology in service of decolonial justice. 

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Date:
October 27
Time:
11:55 am
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