Attention ICGC Scholars, ICGC Affiliated Faculty, and MDP Students:
WE WANT YOUR PHOTOS!!!
Send us one or two pictures of yourself and/or your
fellow ICGCers working together on your academic endeavors (e.g.
attending classes, teaching, conducting field work and/or research,
attending conferences or the Winter School, etc.) or even just enjoying
each others company in your free time, we would love to see them! Brief
captions are appreciated! Selected photos will be used in a special
photo show at this years Spring Dinner, so please make sure they are
appropriate for "public" viewing. And all submitted photos will be added
to ICGC's photo archive and may be used for ICGC purposes in the
Thanks in advance for your help with this! Send your photos to Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing what you have to share with us.
AFRO 3625W: Women Writers of Africa & the African Diaspora w/Professor Njeri Githire Downloadable flyer here _______ PubH 7244 Section 101: Community Based Participatory Research w/Catherine Jordan and Susan Gust Downloadable flyer here
tells the stories of broken hearts, shattered images, longing and
memories of home during the tumultuous time after borders were drawn to
create India and Pakistan in 1947. Inspired by real life events,
interviews and fiction, 5 Weeks weaves together multiple strands of
stories of people of different faiths and cultures, bringing to life
those forced to flee what they once called home, the pressures to choose
allegiance, and the desperate search for compassion in a time when
humanity hung in the balance.
When you observe the world around you, what do you see? What
possibilities for healing self and community emerge when you pause to
consider your place within a larger network of life? How are your
movements, stories, and imagination formed and informed by the these
relationships with the environment? Adapting the practice of Augusto
Boal and his Rainbow of Desire, this workshop explores the ways in which
performance mediates our relationship with the environment. Through
movement and oral storytelling, participants will reflect on what they
carry into the space, how they connect with the world around them, and
why we might consider performance as a way to hear and see the
environment otherwise. This will be the first of several performance
workshops happening at the Native American Medicine Garden over the
spring and summer months.
WHEN: Wednesday April 26th from 2:00-3:00
WHERE: University of Minnesota Native American Medicine Garden (corner of Cleveland and Larpenteur)
* Come dressed for the elements - this event will be rain or shine!
* There will be light snacks and refreshments at the conclusion of the event.