In-Person Conversation - Indigenous Mapping: Jim Enote, Joe Bryan & Laura Harjo

Friday, November 19, 2021 6pm – 7:30pm

In-person at 516 ARTS • Free

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COVID-19 POLICY:

516 ARTS requires proof of vaccination completed at least 14 days in advance or a negative COVID test administered by a healthcare professional within 72 hours of in-person events.

Originals or photos of documents with a matching ID will be accepted. Masks are required for indoor events. In-person events are subject to switch to online depending on the COVID situation at that time.

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Learn about Indigenous ways of knowing and spacetelling with leading scholars in the field. The event will bring together Jim Enote, Zuni farmer, author, and map activist; Joe Bryan, professor of Geography at University of Colorado Boulder whose work focuses on contemporary politics and indigeneity; and Laura Harjo, Mvskoke scholar and Associate Professor teaching Indigenous Planning, Community Development, and Indigenous Feminisms at Oklahoma University.

Indigenous cartography will be the focus of the conversation, creating dialogue about different ways of mapping the land. The public will be invited to reflect on colonization, history and cosmologies, while having the chance to ask questions and learn from the speakers.