Hamline Law Assistant Professor Ann Tweedy spoke at the University of Minnesota Law School last week. She gave a presentation titled, "Unjustifiable Expectations: Laying to Rest the Ghosts of Allotment-Era Settlers," as part of the Association of Law, Property and Society Conference.
Tweedy also recently presented to the University of Minnesota Law School's Outlaw group on employment discrimination against bisexuals. In April, she presented at the Federal Bar Association's Annual Indian Law Conference in Santa Fe, N.M., on tribal same-sex marriage laws.
Tweedy is participating in a poetry reading on Saturday, May 4. The reading is part of a launch of the new issue of Altered Scale and begins at 7 p.m. at the Book House. In addition, her law review article, "Unjustifiable Expectations," published by the Seattle University Law Review, was reviewed by historian Elizabeth Cook-Lynn in Native Sun News.
Altered Scale poetry reading
Native Sun News article review (PDF)