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Indians and Immigrants - Entangled Histories

October 4-5, 2013
Augustana College

Gunlög Fur
Linnaeus University, Sweden
2013 O. Fritiof Ander Lecture in Immigration History
Indians and Immigrants: Entangled Histories

Karen Kupperman
New York University, New York
Naturalizing Scandinavians and Indians in the late 19th Century Midwest

Karen V. Hansen
Brandeis University
From Strangers to Wary Neighbors: Land Taking on the Spirit Lake Dakota Indian Reservation

Betty Bergland
University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Historical Trauma, Separate Worlds, and Competing Narratives: Dakota Exiles and Norwegian Immigrants in the Wake of War, Expulsion and Treaty Abrogation, 1862/63

Adam Hjorthén
Stockholm University, Sweden
Traveling in the Footsteps of Settler Colonialism: How Modern Sweden Co-Produced the Vanishing Indian 

Larry Scott
Augustana College
Nordenskiöld, Natives, and the Mesa Verde

Mattie Harper
University of California, Santa Cruz
Writing French African Indians into Minnesota's Immigration History

Vivian Delgado
Bemidji State University 
Foreigners in Our Own Land

Jane Simonsen
Augustana College
Intimacy and Exchange: Native American and Portrait Photography

Stephen Warren
Augustana College
Commentary

Claes H. Jacobson
Stockholm, Sweden
John Anderson and Swedish Immigrant Photographers in the 19th century North America        

The Swenson Center gratefully acknowledges financial assistance for this conference from:
American-Scandinavian Foundation, New York
Linnaeus University Center for Concurrences in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, Växjö, Sweden
Swedish Council of America, Minneapolis 
* The conference/exhibit was in a partnership with the Native American Coalition of the Quad Cities and Augustana College Art Museum.