NATIVE GRADUATION 2012

CU Native Students at the Native Graduation Ceremony, May 2012.

WHAT IS NATIVE STUDIES?


Native Studies is an informal program at CU that involves all faculty interested in the topic of Native American and Indigenous Studies. The group formed in 2011, and meets at least once a semester for lunch, discussions, and informal research presentations. We are currently discussing a more formalized organization and student programs.

UPCOMING EVENTS






CHANGING THE NAMES OF CU DORMS: HONORING ARAPAHO LEADERS
Native and Indigenous Studies faculty letter supporting dorm name changes

New Course: LAWS 8725/ENGL 7179. "AMERICAN INDIAN TREATIES & TEXTS: INTERPRETATION IN THEORY & PRACTICE" Co-taught by Kristen Carpenter, Law, and Penelope Kelsey, English Abstract

New Graduate Certificate in Native and Indigenous Studies approved


New Center for Native and Indigenous Studies proposed


Questions about the CU Native Studies Group can be addressed to Kristen.Carpenter at colorado.edu, James.Cowell at colorado.edu, or Penelope.Kelsey at colorado.edu.