EMSI: (Re-) Visualizing Indigenous Pasts, Presents, and Futures

Friday, March 22 at 9:00am to 5:30pm

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Huntington Library, Haaga Hall 1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino, CA

Friday, March 23, 2019
Huntington Library, Haaga Hall
1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA
9:00am to 5:30pm 

An all-day event, this workshop will include short presentations by innovators in Indigenous art, cartography, digital scholarship, and historical research from throughout North America. Several participants are also educators and political activists, using visual media to confront the invisibility of Indigenous people and issues in modern discourse. In-depth discussions of the presented work will follow each presentation. The workshop will also include a gallery of the participants’ artwork, maps, infographics, and other imagery. As a whole, this workshop proposes and demonstrates ways to render visible the invisible by representing alternative visions of Indigenous pasts, presents, and futures.

Speakers incldue:
Maylei Blackwell, University of California, Los Angeles
Lisa Brooks, Amherst College
Jeffrey Erbig, University of California, Santa Cruz
Votan, Mayan/Naoa Artist
Desiree Renee Martinez, Cogstone Resource Management
Jeremy Mikecz, University of Southern California
Christian A. Pappan, Kaw, Osage, Lakota Artist
Margaret Pearce, University of Maine
Wendy Giddens Teeter, Fowler Museum
Craig Torres, Tongva Cultural Educator & Artist
Steven Wernke, Vanderbilt University

For more information, including paper abstracts and a full syposium description, please vist the event website. 

This event is sponsored by the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop, Conference/Symposia

Audience

Students, Alumni, Faculty/Staff

Campus

Other Location

Tags

Dornsife

Website

https://dornsife.usc.edu/emsi/re-visu...

Department
Early Modern Studies Institute (EMSI)
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