Upcoming Events

“I Just Had to Be There”: Experiences of Indigenous Students in the #NoDAPL Movement 

 Friday, February 7, 2:30pm in Schwartz 103

Adrienne J. Keene, Assistant Professor of American Studies at Brown University

Sponsored by the Native American and Indigenous Studies Colloquia Series and the Brandeis Anthropology Research Seminar

Adrienne Keene is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and an Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnic Studies at Brown University. Her research areas include college access, transition, and persistence for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Students, including the role of pre-college access programs in student success. Additionally, she examines representations of Native peoples in popular culture, Native cultural appropriation in fashion and design, and the ways that Indigenous peoples are using the internet, social media, and new media to challenge misrepresentations and create new and innovative spaces for art and activism. She is the longtime author of the blog Native Appropriations (nativeappropriations.com), and the co-host of the podcast All My Relations.

For Fall 2019 events, see Past Events

Jack Davis

Featured Past Event

The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea

In March 2019, Jack E. Davis, PhD'94, spoke about his Pulitzer Prize-winning book about America's Gulf Coast. Listen to the podcast he recorded with GSAS while he was on campus.