Brooke Bauer: “Eighteenth-Century Catawba Indian Women, Kinship, and Identity” Text: Increase font size Decrease font size Print « Back to Events This event has passed. Event: Brooke Bauer: “Eighteenth-Century Catawba Indian Women, Kinship, and Identity” Date: February 25, 2013 5:00 PM Category:Lecture Organizer: Dr. Christopher Teuton Email: email@example.com Updated: February 18, 2013 Venue: Donovan Lounge, second floor of Greenlaw Hall The American Indian Center will host the next meeting of the Carolina Seminar on American Indian and Indigenous Studies on Monday, February 25. The speaker is Ms. Brooke M. Bauer, Ph.D. Candidate of History at UNC Chapel Hill. iCal Import + Google Calendar Tera W. Hunter: Ninth Annual African American History Month Lecture Peter Lorge: "Understanding and Misunderstanding Sunzi's (Sun Tzu) Art of War"