The Faculty of Arts at the University of Calgary is proud to announce Beverly Hungry Wolf as the Paget/Hoy Speaker for 2012. On Thursday, March 1, 2012 in the Husky Oil Great Hall of the Rozsa Centre on the University of Calgary main campus beginning at 7:30
Join Beverly Hungry Wolf for an evening of stories and traditional dance illustrating the changing roles of women in Blackfoot society over time.
Admission is free. An open reception will follow.
Beverly Hungry Wolf is a member of the Blood Tribe of the Blackfoot people. She is a teacher of Blackfoot language and traditions, a renowned speaker and storyteller, and author and co-author of many books on Blackfoot culture including - Daughters of the Buffalo Women: Maintaining the Tribal Faith; The Ways of my Grandmothers; Shadows of the Buffalo; Siskia: A Blackfoot Legacy; and Children of the Sun: Stories by and about Indian Kids.“Prejudice and lack of understanding are the greatest challenges in trying to bridge my tribal culture with others. The problem exists on both sides. Through my work and writings I hope I’m contributing to a very slow improvement.”
- Beverly Hungry Wolf