Panel Discussion: "Decolonizing Columbus: transatlantic perspectives on statues and anniversaries"
Webinar via Zoom: https://umn.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PM26fECuQsi9E8Cgk4Ix5Q
Join us for a panel discussion to mark Indigenous Peoples Day 2020:
- Gabriela Spears-Rico (Chicano and Latino Studies & American Indian Studies, UMN)
"Dancing Away Our Indigenous Pain: Bearing Witness to Columbus’s Downfall in Imnizaskadan (Saint Paul, Mni Sota, Dakota Lands, 528 years after 'discovery')"
- Laura Ruberto (Berkeley City College) and Joseph Sciorra (City University of NY)
"Activism and Reconciliation, Italian Americans Explore Columbus."
- Alejandro Baer (Sociology, UMN)
"'Not only do we not apologize...' The Columbus Myth and Memory Politics in present-day Spain"
- Chaired by Katherine Gerbner (History, UMN)
To request disability-related accommodations, please contact Joe Eggers at email@example.com by Monday, September 28th.
Presented by the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, cosponsored by the Institute for Global Studies, the Race, Indigeneity, Gender & Sexuality Studies (RIGS) Initiative, Department of American Indian Studies, Department of Sociology, and Department of History.