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Red Power Takeover: Native American Activists, Colonial Landscapes, and the Design of Sovereignty, Angelika E. Joseph, GS (984FB293)

This dissertation argues that the Red Power Movement (1969–1973) was an architectural project for Indigenous sovereignty. Every protest involved the takeover of colonial architecture:…

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"Tlingit Art, Spirit and Ancestry: Healing Histories of Dispossession"

In the late nineteenth century, Presbyterian missionaries brought hundreds of Tlingit belongings from southeastern Alaska to the Princeton Theological Seminary. Moving from the Department of…

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INNAS Lecture Job Talk

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2021 Summer Fellowship Project Showcase

Carole Trévise and Nadia Cervantes Pérez will be presenting the projects they completed while serving as the chosen 2021 PCLS Summer Fellows. Carole’s project was called…

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The Antiracist World Language Classroom

This past year has pivoted the nation into an unprecedented year of social justice, social change and a call to action. As the world responds to a global pandemic, racial tensions, and violence, how…

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