Natasha Myhal receives prestigious National Science Foundation award

April 10, 2018

Congrats to Natasha Myhal received a Research Experience for Graduate students (REG) award from the National Science Foundation! The award will allow her to carry out preliminary field research with Anishinaabe tribal governments and communities in Michigan and Minnesota this summer regarding their approaches to natural resource management.

Nick's Disability Services Award

Congrats Dr. Villanueva on Receiving the Outstanding Faculty Award from Disability Services

April 5, 2018

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A Week in Chile: Ethnic Studies Study Abroad 2018 (spring break trip)

April 3, 2018

A week in Chile Dr. Villanueva took students to Santiago, Chile for the course: Athlete as a National Symbol: Nationhood, Nationalism and Sport. We visited the oldest Rodeo Club in Chile and met the participants. The club president was excited to have students visiting from the United States. We were...

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Myhal receives Honorable Mention for Ford Pre-Doc

April 3, 2018

Congrats to our PhD student, Natasha Myhal, on receiving the distinction of Honorable Mention for the Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Competition!

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KUDOS to our PhD student Raúl Melgoza, given the distinction of Honorable Mention for the Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship!

April 2, 2018

Belknap's class was assigned to read Hall's memoir, published in February, called "Caged Eyes: An Air Force Cadet's Story of Rape and Resilience."

March 19, 2018

Hall did the next best thing Tuesday, standing up in front of a class she once sat in as a student, bearing her truth to the crowded lecture in Professor Joanne Belknap's "violence against women and girls" course.


PhD Student, Natasha Myhal to Present at Native American Literature Symposium

March 16, 2018

Ethnic Studies PhD student Natasha Myhal will present at the 2018 Native American Literature Symposium in Spirit Lake, MN on her Master's research. She draws from the mixed methods of Indigenous Studies and botany fieldwork to look comparatively at the field of ethnobotany and federal policy, focusing on the importance...

Joanne Presents in D.C.

Joanne Belknap will be a panel member of the Congressional Briefing on Criminal Justice in the U.S.

March 9, 2018

April 24th in Washington, D.C.

Rabaka on African Americans in Germany

Dr. Reiland Rabaka to discuss Historical Context on African Americans in Germany

March 6, 2018

The event is the second of three this spring to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the graduation of Lucile Berkeley Buchanan, the first African American woman to graduate from CU. Buchanan, the daughter of slaves, earned a degree in German here. Thursday, March 15, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in...

Rights, Wrongs and Responsibilities: Covering Race in Today’s America

Dr. Arturo Aldama and Dr. Kwame Holmes to present at "Rights, Wrongs and Responsibilities: Covering Race in Today’s America"

March 5, 2018

Saturday, March 10, 2018 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Eaton Humanities 1B50 1610 Pleasant Street Boulder, Colorado 80302