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"RezErect" Curators to Discuss Indigenous Sexuality

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – The co-curators of a groundbreaking exhibit of Native erotic art will discuss the exhibition, Native American sexuality and indigenous curatorial practices at UC Riverside on Tuesday, Dec. 2. The event begins at noon in Interdisciplinary Building Room 2027, and is free and open to the public. Parking...

 
 By Bettye Miller    News    October 30, 2014

Genocide of California Indians Examined

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – The Gold Rush brought prosperity to many of the estimated 300,000 prospectors who flocked to California between 1848 and 1855. For a large majority of California Indians, however, the Gold Rush was lethal. An all-day conference at UC Riverside on Friday, Nov. 7, will address what a growing number of...

 
 By Bettye Miller    News    May 5, 2014

Medicine Ways Conference Explores Roles of Native American Women

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - The roles of Native American women in their communities and how they continue to change will be examined in the 33rd Annual Medicine Ways Conference at the University of California, Riverside on Saturday, May 10. The event begins at 9:30 a.m. and concludes at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public,...

 
 By Bettye Miller    News    April 22, 2014

Indigenous Choreographers at Riverside

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Indigenous choreographers and dance scholars from the United States and New Zealand will gather at the University of California, Riverside April 29-May 2 to explore connections between traditional and contemporary dance and Native traditions, spiritual healing and understandings of how to live as a Native person in the world. The conference, Indigenous...

 
 By Bettye Miller    News    April 8, 2014

UCR to Offer Cahuilla Indian Language Workshops

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - A series of workshops in the Cahuilla Indian language - which linguists consider an endangered language - begins at the University of California, Riverside on April 15. The workshops, taught by Cahuilla linguist Ray Huaute, are free and open to anyone interested in Native American language. Session dates are...

 
 By Bettye Miller    News    August 19, 2013

UCR Scholars Curate Junípero Serra Exhibition at Huntington Library

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — A first-of-its-kind exhibition documenting the life of the Franciscan missionary who founded California’s mission system and the missions’ impact on California Indians and culture — curated by UC Riverside history professors Steven Hackel and Catherine Gudis — opens Saturday, Aug. 17, at the...

 
 By Bettye Miller    News    February 1, 2013

UC Riverside, Sherman Indian High School Host Symposium

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Scholars of Native American history will gather at the University of California, Riverside and Sherman Indian High School in Riverside for a two-day symposium, “Sherman Institute: The American Indian Boarding School Experience,” on Feb. 7 and 8, beginning at 9 a.m. The symposium is free and open to the...

 

Tobacco Blessing Ceremony Held at the California Center for Native Nations

Native Americans from Inland Southern California gathered on the Interdisciplinary Building lawn Dec. 4 to perform a Serrano-Cahuilla ceremony blessing the structure that houses the California Center for Native Nations. Students lined the upstairs balconies as more than 100 faculty, staff and Native Americans — including...

 

New Book Recounts History of Sherman Institute

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Taken from their homes and placed in boarding schools hundreds of miles away, Native American children labored in settings designed to strip them of their culture, convert them to Christianity, and assimilate them into mainstream, 20th century America. At Sherman Institute in Riverside, Calif. — the...

 

New Book Recounts History of Sherman Institute - P2

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Taken from their homes and placed in boarding schools hundreds of miles away, Native American children labored in settings designed to strip them of their culture, convert them to Christianity, and assimilate them into mainstream, 20th century America. At Sherman Institute in Riverside, Calif. — the...

 

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