Native American and Indigenous Studies Colloquia

American studies is pleased to announce the fall schedule for the brand new Native American and Indigenous Studies Colloquia at Brandeis. This is a great chance to build relationships and expand conversations about Indigenous issues both locally and globally.

The following upcoming events are part of this colloquia.

Screening of Dawnland
October 8

"Partnerships and Educational Collaborations"
October 24
 
"Decolonizing Traditions: Native Hawaiian Women and the Question of Feminism"
November 9

Upcoming Events

Thursday, October 18

Noon-2pm, Mandel Center for the Humanities, Room 328 (3rd Floor Conference Room)
American Jewish Feminism and Israeli Feminism:  Launching a Trans-National Archive
Free and open to the public.  Space Extremely limited!
Please RSVP to sshoemak@brandeis.edu

Join us for a lunch and panel discussion to celebrate the launch of the Brandeis/Haifa Feminist Collaborative, a joint project of Brandeis Library's Archives & Special Collections Department and the Haifa Feminist Center (Isha L'Isha).

Panelists:
Joyce Antler, Samuel Lane Professor of American Jewish History and Professor of Women's Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Emerita, Brandeis University
Marcia Freedman, American-Israeli activist and feminist;  member of Israel's Knesset (1973-1977)
Hannah Safran, co-founder, Haifa Feminist Institute, Isha L'Isha
Surela Seelig, Outreach and Special Projects Archivist, Brandeis University
Moderator:
Lisa Fishbayn Joffe, Shulamit Reinharz Director of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute;  Director, Project on Gender, Culture, Religion and Law

For more information, click here.

Wednesday, October 24
"Partnerships and Educational Collaborations"
1 p.m. | Schwartz 103 Cedric Woods, Director of the New England Institute for Native American Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston

For more information, click here.

Friday, November 9
2:30 p.m. | Schwartz Hall 103
"Decolonizing Traditions: Native Hawaiian Women and the Question of Feminism"
J. Kēhaulani Kauanui, Professor of American Studies and Anthropology, Wesleyan University

Cosponsored with the Department of Anthropology