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Apr 17 2023

Indigenous Feminist Meaning-Making from Palestine to Turtle Island

April 17, 2023

10:30 AM - 5:30 PM


Institute for the Humanities


Behavioral Sciences Building, 1007 W Harrison Street, Suite 153, Chicago, IL 60607

What new possibilities for imagination, collaboration, and community-building can be encompassed with Indigenous Feminist practices? This exciting day of conversation features work by scholar activists who will explore issues of indigeneity, feminism, and settler colonialism. An afternoon discussion among students, faculty, and community members will continue these themes and present opportunities for new approaches to collective thinking and action.

Registration required.


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Institute for the Humanities

Date posted

Mar 2, 2023

Date updated

Apr 12, 2023

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The Institute for the Humanities urges all participants who attend our programs to wear masks with the hope of preventing the spread of COVID-19.

*Registration is capped at 30 for each session.  You may register for one or both sessions.*

Check-In will begin 15 minutes prior to the start of each session.  Please arrive a few minutes early to allow the sessions to start on time.

    *Registration is capped at 30 for each session. You may register for one or both sessions.*