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Humanities Grant Segments
Mon October 13, 2008
Panel Discussion on the representation of the American Indian in Literature - Part 1
By Joe Donahue, Sarah LaDuke
Cooperstown, NY – Eric Cheyfitz is the Ernest I. White Professor of American Studies and Humane Letters, and the director of the American Indian Studies Program at Cornell University. Hugh MacDougal is the town historian of Cooperstown and a member of the James Fenimore Cooper society. The two join Joe and Sarah in a lively discussion about the representation of the American Indian in American Literature.