Native American Studies Symposium

Thursday, April 5, 2018
4pm | Hotel A

Native American Studies Symposium

Intersections: Place/Policy & Culture/Capitalism

April 5th & 6th 2018

University of Virginia 



Thursday, April 5th, Hotel A

  • 4pm: Welcome & Introductions
  • 4:15-4:30: Monacan Blessing
  • 4:30-6:00: Panel One: Native Studies at UVA (Thursday, April 5th @ 4:30pm)
    • ​Lee Bloch, University of Virginia, PhD Candidate, Anthropology, Animate Earth, Settler Ruins: Mound Landscapes and Decolonial Futures in the Native South
    • Heidi Nichols, University of Virginia, Graduate Student, Sociology, Settler Colonial Resignification and Indigenous Resurgence: Cultural Sovereignty in Hawai’i
    • Josh Wayt, University of Virginia, Graduate Student, Anthropology, Professional Elders: The transforming role of “language expert” in Dakota language activism
    • Victoria Clark (Nanticoke), University of Virginia, Graduate Student, Music, Assigning Indian Sounds: The Twentieth Century Indianist Movement and Musical Composition
  • 6:15-8:00: Social Hour & Dinner 

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