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MACLAS 2022: Privilege, Power, and Pedagogy

Link: http://www.maclas.org/maclas-2022

Friday, March 18, 2022: 10 AM to 12 noon

PANEL 3: Imperial Power, Indigenous Rights & Global Engagement

Social Science Building (SSB) 223, The College of New Jersey
Trenton, N.J.

Chair: Prof. Brian Potter (The College of New Jersey)

From Sixteenth Century Spanish Borderlands to the Contemporary Struggle for
Tribal Reinstatement of the Apalachee Nation
Dr. Kim Borchard (Randolph-Macon College)

Push and Pull: Guatemalan Hydrocarbon Development and U.S.-Guatemalan
Relations, 1916-1983
Mr. Richard Balzano (University of Reading)

Social Support for Foreign-Backed State Capacity Building in Guatemala 2000-2020
Prof. Brian Potter (The College of New Jersey)

Using Corporate Social Responsibility to Ensure Adequate Consultation with
Indigenous Peoples
Prof. Thomas O'Keefe (Mercosur Consulting Group, Ltd. & Stanford University)

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