Feminist Research Institute Fall 2014 Research Lecture Series
Milton Snow's Photographs and the Modernization of Navajo: An Indigeonous Feminist and Queer Reading
Dr. Jennifer Denetdale
Wednesday, October 15, 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Feminist Research Institute Special Guest Speaker
“’Now and Then’: The Contemporary Writer and Historical Fiction”*
Nuala Ni Chonchúir
Thursday, October 23, 1:30 - 3:00 PM
History Department Commons
Presented in partnership with the Departments of English and History and the English Creative Writing Program
2014 Rudolfo and Patricia Anaya Lecture on the Literature of the Southwest
Thursday, October 23rd, 7:00 PM
George Pearl Hall room 101
(School of Architecture and Planning).
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