Dr. Jennifer Graber, Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin
November 6, 2019
Karen Hille Philips Center for the Performing Arts
Free and Open to the Public
Encounters between Americans and Kiowa Indians in the 1870s resulted in religious transformation. This talk considers what happened to members of the Society of Friends, or Quakers, who worked on behalf of the U.S. government to “civilize” and evangelize Plains Indian peoples. It also describes new ritual activities engaged by Kiowas, including a revitalization movement associated with armed resistance, affiliation with Christian churches, and ritual peyote ingestion. The examples show how frontier contact resulted in religious change for everyone involved.
Wednesday, November 6 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Pacific Lutheran University - Karen Hille Phillips Center: 12180 Park Ave S, Parkland , WA 98447