In our second lecture of 2018, Philip P. Arnold, professor of religion at Syracuse University, and Jake Edwards of the Onondaga Nation will discuss the important role of waterways in Haudenosaunee cosmology, and the Erie Canal's profound environmental effects and traumatic consequences on Haudenosaunee
relationships to their lands.
Jake Edwards is a citizen on the Onondaga Nation and sits on its Council of Chiefs. He has extensive knowledges of Haudenosaunee environmental history and values. Philip Arnold is chair of S.U.'s religion department and is core faculty in Native American and Indigenous Studies.
Admission is free for Museum members and just $5 for non-members. Free parking is in Museum-designated spots across the street under routes 81 and 690. We hope you'll attend this fascinating talk.