This annual event will take place April 10-13, 2013 with the theme Technology Future, Technology Past: A Woven Link. In conjunction with the event, there will be a reception for Cherokee educators and scholars on Wednesday April 10th, details to follow.
Professor Chris Teuton (now at UNC-Chapel Hill) would like to spread the word of the "Cherokee Study Abroad," program which will be held May 27-June 28, 2013 from Qualla Boundary to Tahlequah. The course is "an immersive study abroad course taught by Cherokee scholars across Cherokee territory, and in conversation with Cherokee community." Deadline is Feb. 14th.
Digital brochure below:
The annual conference of the Sequoyah Commission will be held September 2-3, 2010 in Tahlequah. Congrats to Richard Allen for another job well done in putting together this event. Agenda can be downloaded here: State of Sequoyah Commission Conference Agenda 2010 (2)