Workshop

2022 Workshop

The Global Indigenous Studies network and the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies will host a two-day workshop on Indigenous Identities, Nov. 4-5, 2022. This event brings together students, scholars, and representatives of Indigenous communities throughout Indiana University and beyond to address questions of Indigenous identities from various disciplinary and regional perspectives. Recognizing the unique contexts of all cultures and Indigenous identities, we will examine local practices and needs within a globalizing world and discuss the role and possibilities of Global Indigenous Studies for the future. The workshop is sponsored by and is part of the IU Themester on “Identity and Identification”.

Upcoming Workshops

Global Indigenous Studies Workshop, Day 1

Friday afternoon, Nov. 4 (GA 1118; Zoom)

2:00 – 2:15          Opening remarks by organizer Morten Oxenboell 

2:15 – 3:15          Lecture by Director Daryl Baldwin (Myaamia Center, Miami University) + Q&A: "Miami Tribe - Miami University: Neepwaantiinki 'partners in learning'"

3:30 – 4:45          Session 1: Language Preservation and Indigenous Identities

5:00 – 6:15          Session 2: Seeds, Foodways, and Biomes

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Global Indigenous Studies Workshop, Day 2

Saturday morning, Nov. 5 (Fine Arts Build. 102; Zoom)

8:30 – 9:00          Breakfast

9:00 – 10:00        Session 3: “Rootedness” – Land, Belonging, Displacement

10:00 – 11:00      Session 4: Indigeneity in Museums and Archives

11:15 – 12:15       Lecture by Dr. Wesley Thomas (Navajo Technical University) + Q&A: "Identification and Identities:  Dine'/Navajo , An Example"

12:15 – 1:00        Discussion: Global Indigeneity – A New Colonial Discourse or a Path to Empowerment?

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Workshop host and organizer:

East Asian Studies Center

Workshop sponsors:

IU Themester

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center

Center for the Study of the Middle East

Center for the Study of Global Change

Robert F. Byrnes Russian and East European Institute

Institute for European Studies

African Studies Program

Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies

Land Acknowledgement

We wish to acknowledge and honor the Indigenous communities native to this region and recognize that Indiana University Bloomington is built on Indigenous homelands and resources. We recognize the myaamiaki, Lënape, Bodwéwadmik, and saawanwa people as the past, present, and future caretakers of this land. For more information, please visit the IU First Nations Educational & Cultural Center.