Lecture: "Indigenous Women’s Border Crossings and Legal Claims throughout the Salish Sea"

This talk, presented by Katrina Jagodinsky, will chronicle the border crossing and legal strategies of Indigenous women in the Salish Sea region from 1845–1920, an important era in borderlands and Indigenous history.

Jagodinsky is the Susan J. Rosowski Associate Professor of History at University of Nebraska Lincoln and the 2018–19 Jack and Nancy Farley Distinguished Visiting Scholar of History at Simon Fraser University.


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