Ethnic and Indigenous Studies

2021 Apr 20

Interrupting Settler-Futures (Or, How Mi Amá Taught Me To Dream)

3:00pm to 4:15pm

 In this artist talk, Pelaez Lopez will discuss the ways in which United Statian settler-law attempts to territorialize the imagination of migrant subjects and the types of intimate domestic struggles that this infringement in the imagination causes. Throughout the talk, the poet will share new and published work (poetry, installation, and visual art) that directly address what an alternative future might look like, centered on their mother's teachings.

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2020 Dec 07

Class Visit: Comunidad Catrileo+Carrión

4:30pm to 5:45pm

Comunidad Catrileo+Carrión will be joining Professor Marcelo Garzo Montalvo's Decolonial Aesthetics and Poetics class on Monday, December 7, 2020 at 4:30pm EST. Comunidad Catrileo+Carrión is a Mapuche community of two spirited/queer (epupillan) people, Antonio Catrileo and Manuel Carrion, who work by articulating spaces of reciprocity based on their practice of artistic creation-research. Their films reflect on the relationships between indigenous visibility and colonial violence through a critical lens that...

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2020 Oct 28

The Case of the CA Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum with R. Tolteka Cuauhtin

1:30pm to 2:45pm

R. Tolteka Cuauhtin joins Professor Marcelo Felipe Garzo Montalvo's Intro to Ethnic Studies class to give a talk titled, “The Case of the CA Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum: Attacks from White Supremacy Culture and the 50/500+ Year Struggle of Ethnic Studies Communities... Into the Next Era at Local, State, and National levels — We Will Rise.” 

Cuauhtin is a nationally recognized Ethnic Studies educational leader and co-editor of the award winning book, Rethinking Ethnic Studies (...

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2018 Nov 16

Demystifying the Senior Thesis: Panel and Mixer

Registration Closed 11:00am to 1:00pm

Location: 

2 Arrow St., Room 408

Join the Asian American Working Group, Widener Librarians, Writing Center staff, graduate students and thesis writers for a “how to” panel on writing a Senior Thesis. For the first half, a panel of experienced academic researchers and writers will talk about skills and strategies for how to develop, research, and write a thesis in various disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields.

The second half of our event will be an informal mixer where you can meet others interested in similar subjects, methods, and resources. The event will focus on History & Literature, Social Sciences...

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2018 Nov 02

Wiki-athon Train the Trainers

Registration Closed 1:00pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

2 Arrow St., room 408

EMR Intern Amanda Figueroa will lead the second of two sessions in preparation for the Ethnic and Indigenous Studies Wiki-athon.

This training will equip you to help facilitate the multi-institutional event that will take place on November 9th, 2018. You will also gain a highly transferrable set of skills!

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2018 Oct 17

Wiki-athon Train the Trainers

Registration Closed 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Location: 

2 Arrow St., room 408

EMR Intern Amanda Figueroa will lead the first of two sessions in preparation for the Ethnic and Indigenous Studies Wiki-athon.

This training will equip you to help facilitate the multi-institutional event that will take place on November 9th, 2018. You will also gain a highly transferrable set of skills! Please sign up using the link below.

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