Indigenous Americas Workshop
Name: Beth Piatote

The Indigenous Americas Workshop is an interdisciplinary workshop for scholars in various disciplines to engage current scholarship in Native American and Indigenous Studies, workshop their own works-in- progress, host NAIS scholars on campus, and generate important conversations about contemporary art and politics in NAIS. While grounded in the histories and geographies of the hemispheric Americas and the complex terrain of tribal and settler-colonial national formations, the group is also interested in transnational circuits of indigenous mobility and comparative global indigenous studies, engaging and producing research in various humanities and humanistic social science departments.

Art on the left:
Benjamin Chee Chee, Spring Flight