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Oneida Corn Culture: History, Tradition, Cultural Uses

The Oneida Nation is a Native American population which traces their original homelands to the region of New York state. Corn played a significant role in shaping culture and society. This three- part series focuses on the history, traditional stories and cultural uses of corn. The course will include a mix of Oneida oral tradition, as well as first-hand accounts by our American neighbors. The presenter is an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation.

Instructor

Mark Powless

Mark W. Powless graduated from Marquette University with a degree in economics in 1997. He later returned to Marquette and graduated with a master’s degree in business administration in 2007. He has spent the past 27 years working with and ... read more

Date: 3 Fri, Mar 5-19, 2021

Delivery Method: Live Online

Time: 12:30-1:45pm CT

Platform: Zoom

Instructor: Mark Powless

Fee: $20

Enrollment Limit: 300

Program Number: SPRI:138

Registration opens Tue, Jan 12, 2021.
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