Tag Archives: Circe Strum

New Scholarship from Circe Strum on the Cherokee Freedmen

Here. Abstract: Despite a treaty in 1866 between the Cherokee Nation and the federal government granting them full tribal citizenship, Cherokee Freedmen—the descendants of African American slaves to the Cherokee, as well as of children born from unions between African … Continue reading

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Final Spring Speakers Event, April 10th — Circe Sturm, David Cornsilk, and Pam Palmater

The Center’s final Spring Speakers Series event will be held this coming Tuesday, April 10th, at 2pm in the Moot Court Room (please note this room is on the fourth floor, and is a change from our usual location). April … Continue reading

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