Fulbright Bicentennial Chair Daniel Cobbin Inaugural-luento: "'If You Don't Speak, No One Will Listen': Why Everyone Should Know Clyde Warrior’s Name"

Aika: 30.11.2017, klo 10:00
Paikka: Konsistori, Helsingin yliopisto, Fabianinkatu 33

In the midst of the 50th anniversary of the 1960s, the United States finds itself a society deeply divided once more. Clyde Warrior (1939-1968), a citizen of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma and the preeminent intellectual-activist of his generation, offered penetrating insights into what created these divisions, the collective and personal costs they exact, and what to do about them. At once urgent, outraged, and hopeful, Warrior’s voice is one that demands a careful critical listening now as much as it did a half century ago.

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