American Indians Today
The U.S. Embassy Lecture Series
The U.S. Embassy cordially invites students and teachers from Berlin schools (grade 10-13) to participate in a lecture and discussion program on
American Indians Today: A Discussion with Allison Davis-White Eyes
Allison Davis-White Eyes works as Coordinator in the Indian Education Office at Oregon State University. Previously she served as Special Assistant to the President on Native American Affairs, also at University of Oregon. She received a BA in American History in 1983, and an MA in American Indian Studies: History and Law in 1988 from the University of California, Los Angeles. She will complete her doctoral degree in Education in 2008.
Date: June 3, 2008
Venue: Ethnologisches Museum Dahlem
Museumseingang: Lansstraße 8
11:00 Welcome remarks
Ruth Anne Stevens-Klitz, Deputy Cultural Attaché
Philipp Kneis, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/Universität Potsdam
11:15–12:30 Lecture and discussion as well as introduction to the Museum’s collection
Allison Davis-White Eyes, Oregon State University
Dr. Peter Bolz, Ethnologisches Museum Berlin
12:30 Groups are invited to visit the exhibit "Indianer Nordamerikas. Vom Mythos zur Moderne"
The program will be conducted in English.
Pl. register with: KruegerKI@state.gov by May 28, 2008
How to get there
U-Bhf. Dahlem Dorf
Bus 110 Domäne Dahlem, 183, X83 Museen Dahlem, X11 Dahlem-Dorf