Watch Rick Hill’s Presentation on the Influence of Ancient Indigenous Culture on Modern Democracy
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Medaille College hosted a presentation by Rick Hill on November 19 exploring how the Great Law of Peace of the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations) influenced the Founding Fathers, Karl Marx and the Women’s Suffragette Movement. This presentation, sponsored by the Medaille College Office of Diversity and Inclusion, examined how Indigenous thought and philosophy impacted the minds of these leaders of social change. Watch “Did Our Modern Democracy Come From an Ancient Indigenous Culture?” in its entirety below.
Hill is a member of the Beaver Clan of the Tuscarora Nation, residing on the Grand River Territory of the Six Nations, in Ohsweken, ON. Hill taught in American Studies at SUNY Buffalo and Indigenous Studies at McMaster University. He also served as Deputy Director for Public Programs at the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution. He has been featured in several documentaries on the role of the Haudenosaunee in the War of 1812, and has curated dozens of exhibitions on art, culture and history. Currently, he is developing interpretive exhibitions for the renovated Mohawk Institute residential school in Brantford, ON.
Medaille Professor and PsyD Student Collaborate With Local Psychologist for an Article in Archives of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences JournalAssistant Professor in the marriage and family therapy program Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC and current PsyD student Emma Papagni collaborated with local psychologist Theresa Mignone, Ph.D., to author “Ethical Decision Making in Marriage and Family Therapy: A Model for Supervisees.”
Medaille’s Black Student Union and Student Government Association Honor Black History Month With a Series of EventsMedaille College’s Black Student Union and Student Government Association are honoring Black History Month with a series of events on campus this February.
Dr. Ramsey Invited to Speak on the Gender Gap in Higher Education at NAAAS National Conference in DallasClinical Assistant Professor Dr. James Ramsey has been selected to speak on the gender gap in higher education at the National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS) national conference in Dallas this February.
Dr. Keith Klostermann recently published an article titled “Behavioral Couples Therapy for Substance Use Disorders” in the Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal.
Dr. Colleen Wilkinson, an assistant professor in Medaille's Department of Education, has been appointed to the New York State Council for Exceptional Children Executive Board in the role of student advisor for NYS.
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