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Taiwan Indigenous Cultures  <= a target=3D"_blank" href=3D"https://eventactions.com/eventactions/sccgac#/a= ctions/atmc/mee4zjemwaub12ys35dcwwepyv">3D"Add
Date Tuesday, April 17, 2018=
Time 12:30 pm – 1:20 p= m PDT
Where 9000 Building, Room 9208
Cost OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND FREE. SIGN UP.<= /td>
Contact Name= Larry Fuell, Jonathan Peebles
Contact Phon= e 206-533-6750, 206-546-6996
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Speaker:  Mayumi Stein= metz, Faculty (Japanese Language and Asian Studies), Shoreline= Community College

Taiwan has been home to Austronasian-speaking= indigenous peoples for thousands of years. In the 19th century, these 16 t= ribes lost their sovereignty and now live under the shadow of the dominant = culture.
Professor Steinmetz will discuss her recent research in Taiwan= about of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan.   She found them to b= e resilient and unified, with a strong ethnic identity, rooted in part in C= hristianity.

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