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Sealaska Heritage lecture to highlight intersections of the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian

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Steve Langdon is a professor emeritus at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Landon has researched and studied the Alaska Native communities of what is now called Southeast Alaska.

KNBA’s Tripp Crouse talks with Steve Langdon, his interests and an upcoming virtual lecture hosted by the Sealaska Heritage Institute. Listen below: 

That was professor emeritus Steve Langdon talking with KNBA’s Tripp Crouse about Langdon’s interest in Southeast Alaska Native communities and his upcoming lecture hosted by Sealaska Heritage Institute.

The lecture is called “Spiritualized Pragmatics: Shared Perspectives and Productive Intersections of Existence Scapes among the Haida, Tsimshian and Tlingit of the Northern Northwest Coast.”

The lecture has been postponed. For possible rescheduling or more information go to sealaskaheritage.org.

Originally from the Midwest, Tripp Crouse (Ojibwe, a descendent of Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, pronouns: they/them) has 15-plus years in print, web and radio journalism. Tripp first moved to Alaska in 2016 to work with KTOO Public Media in Juneau. And later moved to Anchorage in 2018 to work with KNBA and Koahnic Broadcast Corporation.