Indigenous Dispossession / Resurgence / Settler Colonialism / Indigenous Futures / Racial Entanglements / Boarding and Residential Schools / Sovereignties / Global Indigeneity / Pandemics / Indigenous Feminisms

The AIIS Speaker Series: Precarity of the present, will focus on the topics listed above for fall 2021.

Speakers

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Cornell Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow

Debts, ethics, and redress: Moving Land Grab University work forward
September 10, 2021 | 12:25PM EST
Goldwin Smith Hall, G64

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Associate Professor, Literatures in English

Space-time colonialism: Alaska's Indigenous and Asian entanglements
September 24 | 12:25PM EST
Goldwin Smith Hall, G64

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Associate Professor, Literatures in English

What remains: Colonial racial capitalism, videogames, and an empire in play
October 8 | 12:25PM EST
A.D. White House, Guerlac Room

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Professor, RMIT University Australia

Place names, monuments and cannibalism: James Cook and the possessive logics of patriarchal white sovereignty
October 22 | 5PM EST
Caldwell Hall 400 / Speaker will Zoom in

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Northrup Professor of American Studies, University of Minnesota

Jingle dress dancers in the modern world: Ojibwe people and pandemics
November 5 | 12:25PM EST
A.D. White House, Guerlac Room

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Professor, University of Hawai'i Mānoa

She goes by Moons: The poetic and political legacy of Dr. Haunani-Kay Trask
November 19 | 4PM EST
Caldwell Hall 400 / Speaker will Zoom in

AIIS 6010: Speaker Series

This is graduate-level course that introduces students to ongoing research in the field of American Indian and Indigenous Studies in a proseminar/colloquium format. As part of the course design, speakers are invited to present on their work from Cornell University as well as all speakers from around the world.

Hosted by Professor Jolene Rickard (Ska:rù:rę'/Tuscarora). These lectures are open to the public. The lectures will also be documented and posted to this webpage. Please allow up to two weeks after the lecture for videos to be published.