News and Announcements

Adrienne Keene "Moving Beyond Land Acknowledgements and Token Representations"

Wednesday, November 2, 2022
The University Lecture Committee presents Adrienne Keene on Tuesday, November 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the Iowa Theater in the Iowa Memorial Union. Support is provided by the Latino Native American Cultural Center, the Native American and Indigenous Studies program, and the College of Law.

Rand & Round work on digital archive

Wednesday, June 1, 2022
Jacki Rand (Emerita) and Phillip Round worked on the team that produced Indigenous Mississippi Indigenous Mississippi is a digital archive of the work created by an interdisciplinary, multi-university, multi-year research project on Indigenous art and activism about the Mississippi River. Over the course of several years, professors, grad students, artists, and activists collaborated to tell stories that follow the flow of the Mississippi River in order to study how Indigenous peoples confront life and make art in the midst of changing climates.

Meskwaki Language Revitalization: Our Journey

Friday, March 11, 2022
Join us March 22, 2022 for a presentation by Meskwaki Language Preservation Director Wayne Pushetonequa.