Panelists will discuss projects focused on the archives around boarding schools in the United States, archival reclamation and reading strategies in contemporary Indigenous art, the shifting meaning of archival texts over a lengthy Plains ledger art research project, and seemingly non-literary texts.
Interdisciplinary research workshop on youth in boarding schools in the US, Spain and Turkey.
Sheetal Digari will examine the institutionalized barriers to reporting sexual harassment in Indian universities.
Dipali Mukhopadhyay will discuss her new book "Good Rebel Governance: Revolutionary Politics and Western Intervention in Syria (co-authored with Kimberly Howe)." She will be in conversationMP with Arash Davari, Serra Hakyemez, and Helen Kinsella.
Bhaskar Updhayay provides context around the Nepali festival of Gaijatra.
The Lost Negroes of North America examines a different perspective of northern family and community life in South Minneapolis from 1945–1955.
The speaker will present an outline of his current book project. (Event co-sponsored by The Islamic Studies Program & The Institute for Global Studies)
Luiza Lucena will explore the role of forest communities and Indigenous Peoples in the context of forest conservation.
IGS presents Manoj Mitta (author of Caste Pride: Battles for Equality in Hindu India) in conversation with Dr. Ajay Skaria (History) & Vishal Jamkar (Public Affairs).
Arun Saldanha will speak about the relevance and limis of Deleuze and Guattari in comprehending climate and racial justice.