CUA Flannery Herzfeld Lecture RSVP
Thank you for your interest in attending the Twelfth Annual Regina Flannery Herzfeld Symposium on the Cultural Heritage of Native Americans. This year's talk, "Reversing the Terminal Narrative: Reframing Disease, Community Health and Pandemics Among Native Peoples in the Wake of COVID," will be delivered by Michael Wilcox (Stanford University).

Prof. Wilcox will deliver his talk virtually from California, but we are able to accommodate a socially-distanced in-person audience of 40 on CUA's campus in Maloney Hall (Room 203). The talk will also be synchronously streamed over Zoom. Please indicate below whether you intend to attend in-person or over Zoom so that we can ensure we don't overbook the auditorium in Maloney Hall.

If you elect to attend virtually, we will send you a Zoom link prior to the event. If you elect to attend in-person, but the seats have all been filled, we will reach out to you with a Zoom link so that you can attend virtually.
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