Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz will be in the NYC area for a week and will be speaking at several events.
Friday, March 6, 4:15-5:45 PM*, Columbia University
Panel: “History and Activism¨,” Chair: Prof. Alice Kessler-Harris:
Panelists: Prof. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, California State University, Native American rights activism; Prof. Nicola Foote, Florida Gulf Coast University, Histories of Choice: community-based learning around /Roe v. Wade: /Prof. Mary Poole, Prescott College, Maasai Community Partnership at the Conference on “History in Action: Historical Thinking in Public
Life”, Columbia University, 6-7 March 2015, in 501 Schermerhorn
NOTE: THIS IS PART OF A TWO-DAY CONFERENCE AND MAY NOT BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. CHECK WITH COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Sunday, March 8, 7PM, Bluestockings Bookstore
Celebrating International Women’s Day!
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz reading from the new edition of her memoir, /Outlaw Woman: A Memoir of the War Years,
NOTE: BETTER COME EARLY FOR A SEAT.
Monday, March 9, 6PM. Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz will speak on: Unfinished Business: Legacy of Second Wave Feminism
Heimbold Visual Arts Center, RM.208
NOTE: THIS EVENT MAY NOT BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC OR MAY REQUIRE REGISTRATION. CHECK WITH SARAH LAWRENCE COLLEGE.
Tuesday, March 10, 7:30 PM, Columbia University Faculty House
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz lecture: “Culture of Conquest and the Doctrine of Discovery: The United States as a Colonial Settler-State,” based on her new book, /An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States/
NOTE: THIS EVENT IS LIMITED TO 50 AND IS NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. But, anyone is welcome to reserve a seat on first come basis, contact: Theresa Castillo tpc2005 <at> tc.columbia.edu
Thursday, March 12, 6-8:30 PM*, Brooklyn College
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz will speak on: â€œA Common Resistance to
Settler-Colonialism: Indigenous Peoples of North America and Palestine Student Center (Corner of E27st and Campus Rd, Brooklyn. Served by 2 and 5 trains and B11, B6 and B44 buses)
THIS EVENT IS ORGANIZED BY STUDENTS FOR JUSTICE IN PALESTINE AT BROOKLYN COLLEGE AND IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.