This talk will examine how Indigenous artists must be able to define for themselves how tribal, communal and Indigenous worldviews inform the political, cultural and spiritual context of Native American and Indigenous performance.
Join artist Nastassja Swift to celebrate the official opening of her solo exhibition, she was here, once, in the Lane Hall Gallery
Cartographies of Silence: A Conference for Readers and Writers 23rd Annual CLIFF Conference with Keynote Speaker Irena Klepfisz.
Scholar, poet and playwright Dr. Carolyn Dunn will lecture on the aesthetics of Native and Indigenous Theater.
Performance by artist/writer/performer/musician Juliana Huxtable, exploring the intersections of race, gender, queerness, technology, and identity.
Performance by Suzi Analogue at the Resonance annual sysymposium that celebrates women and non-binary artists in music technology hosted by the Department of Performing Arts Technology.
Reyna Ortiz will share her knowledge and experiences as a Latinx trans woman, activist, and educator who works to empower Trans and gender non-conforming people in her community.
CMENAS Teach-in Town Hall with Anna Baltzer of the U.S. Campaign for Palestinian Rights, and Huwaida Arraf, Civil Rights Attorney and Co-founder of the International Solidarity Movement, and a U-M alumna.
Keynote speaker for National Coming Out Week 2018 and LGBTQ History Month 2018
We Are Dancing For You: Native Feminisms and the Revitalization of Women's Coming-of-Age Ceremonies considers how revitalization of women's coming-of-age ceremonies challenges anthropological theories about menstruation, gender, and coming-of-age and addresses gender inequality and gender violence within Native communities.