Ap 8 "We are Not Red Indians" (We Might all Be Red Indians): Anticolonial Sovereignty

Please join us for two events with
Audra Simpson
Anthropology, Columbia University

Friday, April 8, 2016 12pm & 4pm

CSPW Talking Terms: Citizenship
Noon | James Ford Bell Library
We will be reading Chapter 1 of Professor Simpson's Book, Mohawk Interruptus, available here.
A light lunch will be provided.

"We are Not Red Indians" (We Might all Be Red Indians): Anticolonial Sovereignty Across the Borders of Time, Place and Sentiment
4 pm | Crosby Seminar Room, 2nd Floor, Northrop Hall
Hosted by the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Workshop.
For an abstract and more information about the talk, please click here.

Audra Simpson is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University. She is the author of Mohawk Interruptus: Political Life Across the Borders of Settler States (Duke University Press, 2014), winner of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association’s Best First Book in Native American and Indigenous Studies Prize, the Laura Romero Prize from the American Studies Association as well as the Sharon Stephens Prize from the American Ethnological Society. She is co-editor (with Andrea Smith) of Theorizing Native Studies (Duke University Press, 2014) and has articles in Cultural Anthropology, American Quarterly, Junctures, Law and Contemporary Problems, Ethos and Wicazo Sa Review.

Professor Simpson's visit is co-sponsored by the Department of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies, American Indian Studies, Anthropology, History, the Institute for Advanced Study, the Consortium for the Study of the Premodern World, and the Institute for Diversity, Equity and Advocacy (IDEA).
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