Join The Andean Working Group for a presentation by Joan Pillsbury from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
A222, Cotsen Institute
In honor of the work of the late Patrick Wolfe
At a time of heightened awareness of the enduring challenges of race in America, this conference will highlight transnational insights on the historiography of race that have emerged from the study of settler colonialism...
UCLA School of Law
Presented by Kyle T. Mays, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Cornell Hall, Room D307, UCLA Anderson School of Management
The Many Journeys of Father Kino: From History to Memory in the Making of Modern Southwestern Public Culture
Alessandra Lorini has taught North American history and History of Inter-American Relations at the University of Florence, Italy for three decades. Her Major publications include...
6275 Bunche Hall
Hammer Museum presents "Jimmie Durham Talks" with Professor Benjamin Madley
Between 1846 and 1873, California's Indian population plunged from perhaps 150,000 to 30,000. UCLA Professor Benjamin Madley’s An American Genocide: The United States and the California...
Billy Wilder Theater - Hammer Museum
Presented by Dr. Maile Arvin, Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside
Hacienda Room, UCLA Faculty Center
Presented by Dr. Nancy Marie Mithlo, Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Arts, Occidental College and Chair, American Indian Studies, Autry Museum of the American West
Sierra Room, UCLA Faculty Center
Global Human Rights Film Series
February 21, 2017
Screening of The Battle of Algiers, a film about one of the most significant battles of the French-Algerian war (1954–62). The second of three winter quarter screenings...
The Inaugural Global Human Rights Film Series: State and Power and Propaganda
February 8, 2017 | 6-9 pm
Discussants: Wolf Gruner, USC, Director, USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research
Todd Presner, UCLA, Director, UCLA...
Tria Blu Wakpa
Ph.D. Candidate in The Ethnic Studies Department at UC Berkeley
This talk addresses how non-Native ocials and Native peoples in both colonial and contemporary institutions have used dance for disparate and often conicting...
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