Dr. Valerie Lambert
Formations of Contemporary Choctaw Nation with Valerie Lambert
Dr. Valerie Lambert is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and author of the award-winning Choctaw Nation: A Story of American Indian Resurgence. A Choctaw anthropologist hailing from Oklahoma City, Lambert will be in conversation with Historic Preservation Research Associate and PhD Candidate in Anthropology Megan Baker to discuss Choctaw organizing around Termination in between 1960-1970, the early years of contemporary Choctaw Nation, and their legacies today.
Dr. Valerie Lambert - Associate Professor of Anthropology
Chahta Tosholi Virtual Speaker Series
Questions contact Megan Baker at email@example.com
Chahta Tosholi (Interpreter of Choctaw Knowledge)
The Chahta Tosholi Virtual Speaker Series is a new speaker series organized by Choctaw Nation Historic Preservation that features Choctaw community members, artists, culture keepers, scholars of Choctaw history, and other experts.