October 4, 2013 4:00 pm
LOCATION: Richard White Auditorium, Nelson Mandela Auditorium, Griffith Film Theatre
As part of the “Hemispheric Indigeneity in the Global Age” project, the series explores in comparative/contextual fashion Native and Indigenous worldviews, in particular the ones related to self-representation and governability, health and environment, and the ontology of being Native/Indigenous in today’s global age. The series intends to bring together cultural producers, sholars, Native and Indigenous filmmakers, artists, and general public to explore, share, and act upon some of the most pressing issues first nations and pueblos originarios faced today.
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Sponsored by the Hemispheric Indigeneity in the Global Age, Mellon Foundation -Partnership in a Global Age grant; American Indian Center, UNC-CH; Native and Indigenous Studies, UNC-CH, Duke Center for Canadian Studies, and the DHRC@FHI.