On November 27-28, Native American Studies, along with the Instiute for Ethnic Studies, the Department of History, the College of Arts ahd Sciences, OASIS, and Women's and Gender Studies Programs is proud to host this two-day event featuring seven Indigenous women working toward tribal justice in academic, legal, and cultural venues throughout the cotry, and a screening of the award-winning film from Vision Maker Media.
For more information. including schedule times, please visit the website below
Fall Colloquia and Guest Speakers
The Institute for Ethnic Studies offers regular colloquia in which a panel of our faculty members discusses issues relevant to current events and to their own research and then facilitates a community discussion of the topic. The Institute also regularly hosts guest speakers who talk on a variety of topics. All our events are free and open to the public.
Each Spring, the Institute for Ethnic Studies celebrates another year of success and service with our Spring Celebration, which brings nationally recognized speakers to campus for lectures and receptions with students, staff, faculty, and the public.