Global Cornell and Mellon Foundation Just Futures Initiative
FROM INVASIVE OTHERS TOWARD EMBRACING EACH OTHER:
Migration, Dispossession, and Place-Based Knowledge in the Arts of the Americas
Guided Discussion of the Huntington Free Library Native American Collection
April 18, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at 2B48 Kroch Library (lower basement of Olin Library; walk to the back of the library and take stairs or elevator to floor 2B)
Join artist Sandy Rodriguez in conversation with Professor Ananda Cohen-Aponte, Professor Ella Maria Diaz, Professor Jolene Rickard, and Curator Eisha Neely to for a discussion of documents in the Huntington Free Library Native American Collection that center on the themes of Indigenous resistance and migration. Highlights include maps of the Hodinǫhsǫ:ni? region, a nineteenth-century Quechua pictographic catechism, a peace treaty with the Delaware Nation, and a Nahuatl-Spanish-Matlatzinca dictionary from 1585.
To reserve a spot, please contact Ananda Cohen-Aponte at firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited.