Attended and Presented at the Native American Indigenous Studies Association Conference this past week
It was pretty... inspiring. It was also a bit of a kick in the pants. It reminded me what TIME can do. If you take the time to concentrate on what you are learning, what you are passionate about and what you want to do, TIME can afford you the space to create new things (new scholarship, new outlooks, new approaches). And to see the things that other people have done and are doing... was amazing.
Plus there were a million billion books I wanted - I'm putting them on my Good Reads list... ahem... if someone is feeling generous.
Best quote I heard while at the conference "read everything and publish constantly."
Exactly... now back to my regularly scheduled programming of checking my email (kidding -- back to my reading...)
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Cutcha Risling Baldy is an Associate Professor and Department Chair of Native American Studies at Humboldt State University. She received her PhD in Native American Studies from the University of California, Davis. She is also a writer, mother, volunteer Executive Director for the Native Women's Collective and is currently re-watching My Name is Earl...
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On telling Native people to just "get over it" or why I teach about the Walking Dead in my Native Studies classes... *Spoiler Alert!*
Hokay -- In which I lead a presentation on what happens when you Google "Native American Women" and critically analyze the images or "Hupas be like dang where'd you get that dentalium cape girl? Showing off all your money! PS: Suck it Victorias Secret"
In which we establish that there was a genocide against Native Americans, yes there was, it was genocide, yes or this is why I teach Native Studies part 3 million
5 Reasons I Wear "Indian" Jewelry or Hupas...we been bling-blingin' since Year 1
Pope Francis decides to make Father Junipero Serra a saint or In Which I Tell Pope Francis he needs to take a Native Studies class like stat
I need to read more Native blogs!
A few that I read...