Bridging Indigenous Identities
Joins us as we build and deepen our understanding of the shared socio-political histories of Native American and Hispanic cultures through this compelling new visiting scholars series.
Seminar 3: "Crossing the Borders of Indigenous Identities"
September 6, 2013, Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Heritage University's Don North Library
Dr. Nohemy Solórzano-Thompson is the Associate Provost for Diversity and Global Learning at Westminster College in Salt Lake City. She has a Ph.D. in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures, Cornell University; M.A. in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures, Cornell University; M.A. in Spanish and Portuguese Literature, Stanford University; and a B.A. in Spanish Literature, Cornell University. Dr. Solórzano-Thompson's teaching and research interests include: film, performance, and theater; Chicana and Chicano studies, Mexican literature and culture; gender and sexuality studies; modern peninsular literature and culture.
Seminar 4 - October
Dr. Kim Christen
Indigenous Sovereignty and Identity
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Somos Indios, "We" are Indian: Bridging Indigenous Identities is made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.