Written in Blood: Poetics and Nationhood
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
4 – 6 PM
Presented by Heid Erdrich
Heid E. Erdrich writes, teaches, and collaborates with visual artists. She is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe and author of four poetry collections, most recently Cell Traffic: New and Selected Poems. A recipient of awards from The Loft Literary Center, the Archibald Bush Foundation, the Minnesota State Arts Board among other honors, Heid Erdrich won a Minnesota Book Award for National Monuments in 2009. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and two masters from the Johns Hopkins University, in poetry and fiction.
RSVP Required at: http://erdrich.eventbrite.com by January 24, 2014.
Refreshments will be provided.
In 2013–14, the UCLA American Indian Studies Center is showcasing innovative research around the theme of Good Native Governance, with a focus on law, education, and economic development. This speaker series is part of our year-long schedule of events.
Hosted by the UCLA American Indian Studies Center. This event is co-sponsored by the UCLA Department of English, Department of Gender Studies, and Center for the Study of Women.
UCLA is a tobacco-free campus. All-day parking ($13) and short-term parking (payable at pay stations) are available in Lots 2, 3 and 4 (enter the campus at Hilgard and Westholme avenues). For more information, call 310-825-7315.