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Indigenous Intervention into the “Indigenous Narrative”
March 31, 2016, 8:00 am–7:00 pm
The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Indigenous Liberal Studies Department is convening an interdisciplinary conference exploring the idea of “Indigenous Narrative.” The Indigenous Intervention on Indigenous Narrative is being convened to bring forth ideas related to the Indigenous experience with the concept of “Narrative” in culture, literature, philosophy, history, politics, economics, film, television, art, music, social theory, business. The concept of Indigenous Narrative has many applications and responses in the Indigenous world including assimilation, economic development, education, cultural change, artistic expression, evolution/devolution, language, psychology, and more.
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IAIA has been working to develop an online journal of papers from the Indigenous Interventions and work continues as we seek to digitally publish all works that are submitted by the scholars for publication.
Papers from the 2016 Indigenous Intervention into the “Indigenous Narrative” Conference
- Photographic Palimpsest: Rewriting the Colonial Gaze Alicia Harris in Portraits Against Amnesia by Alicia Harris
- Mediating Narrative: Oscar Howe’s Subversive Prints in North American Indian Costumes (1952) by Chelsea Herr
- Anishinaabe Narratives of Nationhood in Deshkan Ziibing by Eva M. Jewell
- A Renewed Sovereignty: Deborah Miranda Storying Ancestral Connection To Land in Bad Indians by Hannah Espinoza
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