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'Learning to Listen': Authors to discuss cultural assumptions in Alaskan literature
Juneau Empire - Friday's Evening at Egan presentation to feature Hayes and Simpson One discussion in particular, about the cultural assumptions non-Native writers may make in writing about Alaska Native people and culture, will be the topic of this Friday’s Evening at Egan presentation, “Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn: Cultural Appropriation in Alaskan Writing.” ...More
Feds investigate University of Alaska for how it deals with sexual assault
KTOO - O’Brien says the university welcomes the scrutiny and looks forward to the campus visit portion of the compliance review. In October, the office of Civil Rights will talk to students, community members, university faculty and staff at University of Alaska campuses in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau and Bethel. ...More
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