More Coming Soon...
September 8, 2010
Screening of Bran Nue Dae, feature film set in aboriginal community in Australia.
October 1, 2010
Native American and Indigenous Student Group Annual Roundtable. New and continuing student and others meet to share their interests. Co-sponsor.
December 13-17. 2010
Quechua Week. A series of 6 events organized by the Center for Latin American Studies and cosponsored by the Native Peoples, Columbia University, and others. Events focused on indigenous language preservation and rights.
Planned ActivitiesLecture by Gerald Vizenor, U. Arizona Scholar, Author, and Activist
Lecture by Hattie Kaufman, ABC Newswoman on the Today show.
Lecture by JoAnn Chase, Ex-director of American Indian Community House,Now with the Environmental Protection Agency
Awarding of the Annual NPF Student Project Award
Internships at the National Museum of the American Indian.
Our Museum Studies program has begun discussion with the NMAI to promote internship and other experiences at the museum for students in the Museum Studies Master’s program and in other programs. Professors Bruce Altshuler and Jennifer Stamp of the Museum Studies program are working with Dr. Johanna Gorelick, Director of the the Department of Education at the museum are heading this project. Comments are welcome and if you would like to participate in the any of the above activities please e-mail Jim Matthews.