Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery Exhibit Viewing; Reception and Talk with Anita AmstutzNovember 25, 2016 By Event Details Date: Monday, Dec 5th, 2016, 3:30 pm Venue: Quadrangle Building 235 Categories: Author Reception, Exhibit Tags: Anabaptists, doctrine of discovery, Exhibit, Indigenous, Mennonites, resident scholars You are invited to view and meditate on the Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery exhibit, located on 2nd Floor Quad (across from the Benedictine Institute). The visual display series was created to tell the Anabaptist Christian settler story in this country, how it impacted indigenous people and their lands…and still does. Wednesday, November 30 – Tuesday, December 6 This 8-panel display series was created to educate and raise awareness about the Doctrine of Discovery, a philosophical and legal framework giving Christian governments moral and legal rights to invade and seize indigenous lands and dominate indigenous people. You are invited to a Reception and Conversation about the Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery exhibit led by Anita Amstutz, Collegeville Institute Resident Scholar Monday, December 5 3:30 – 4:30pm Quad 235 Anita Amstutz is an ordained pastor of Mennonite Church, USA, and former Lead Pastor of Albuquerque Mennonite Church. She received her BSW from Virginia Common- wealth University, her MA in Theology and the Arts from Pacific School of Religion, and her M. Div. from Pacific School of Religion. She received her beekeeper certificate from the New Mexico Beekeeper Association Certification Program. Her residency project is titled My Heart is Indigenous: Of Mennonites, Bees and Land.