Seminar

Settler Colonialism, Sovereignty and Apartheid: Palestine and U.S. Settler Colonialism
The fourth installment of The Institute for Comparative Modernities' (ICM) year-long series, "Settler Colonialism, Sovereignty, Apartheid," with Eric Cheyfitz and Eman Ghanayem in discussion about Settler Colonialism and the comparative context...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
The A.D. White statue from behind at sundown.

Webinar

land acknowledgements are frequently given at official Cornell events, but what do they represent? We will dive into the performative aspects of land acknowledgements and how land-grant universities such as Cornell have a responsibility to move...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
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Lecture

Join Jessica Martin (Gayogo̱hó:nǫʔ/Cayuga Nation) in a discussion on the importance of “Ganędagǫ:” in the Gayogo̱hó:nǫʔ language, the status of the language, and community-based efforts to promote language learning and revitalization. Martin, as...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
A Native American woven basket on a table

Lecture

This paper discusses my research findings to date about how the location and distribution of Southern Native New England objects contribute to the production of knowledge about these tribes and Native peoples, and in particular, how museums’...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
Topographic map of Cornell University Arts Quad

Seminar

The Department of Architecture at Cornell was first established in 1871 by university co-founder, A.D. White within the purview of the institution's founding mission to provide a place where "any person can find instruction in any study."...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program