“Indigenous Models of Collaboration” with 2023-24 Tatlock Fellow Kimberly M. Blaeser

Nov. 29, 2023, 5:30 p.m.

Taylor Hall 203

2023-24 Tatlock Fellow Kimberly Blaeser (White Earth Nation Ojibwe) will give her keynote address, “Indigenous Models of Collaboration.” This talk kicks off a year-long focus on “Methodologies of Acknowledgement” that the Anne McNiff Tatlock ’61 Chair in Multidisciplinary Studies, Molly McGlennen, is leading.

Kimberly M. Blaeser is Professor Emerita from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, served as Wisconsin Poet Laureate from 2016-17, and is the founder of Indigenous Nations Poets organization, a national Indigenous poetry community committed to mentoring emerging writers.