Indigenous Voices Now: Research, Art, And Activism In The Southwest

Sep 27, 2019

Mon. 9/30, 7p: In Espejos de Aztlán, we speak about the Rudolfo and Patricia Anaya Symposia on the Indigenous Southwest with Dr. Melina Vizcaíno-Alemán, Associate Professor (Department of English, UNM) and Jason Asenap (Comanche and Muscogee Creek) writer and film director, hosted by Cristina Baccin.

Mr. Asenap converses with us about his upcoming presentation regarding new genres and Indigenous voices. Thursday, October 31 at 4pm: “New Approaches, New Genres: Indigenous Visions Now,” will feature Jason Asenap, alongside Tristan Ahtone (Kiowa),  President of the Native American Journalists Association and Shaun Beyale ( Navajo), an artist that collaborated to produce the graphic novel, Nizhóni Girls. (Bobo Room, Hodgin Hall Alumni Center, 3rd floor, at 1889 Central NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico). Rudolfo and Patricia Anaya Symposia on the Indigenous Southwest is presented by the Department of English Language and Literature. Co-sponsors: Chicana/Chicano Studies, Creative Writing Program, Institute for American Indian Research, Southwest Hispanic Research Institute, University Libraries. More information here.

Graphic Novel Nizhóni Girls here: https://www.hcn.org/issues/51.2