Sewing Intimacies – Presented by American Indian Studies Center

Tuesday, November 30th at 1PM   This webinar showcases the work of the Sewing Intimacies Project – a project encompassing a group of Dakota and Lakota women who collectively embarked on a journey to create jingle dresses this past summer. In the wake of COVID-19 and the ongoing violence from the settler state, the jingle … Read more

Native Bruins: Past, Present & Emerging – Caitlin “Katie” Kaliiaa

Caitlin “Katie” Kaliiaa

This October we are highlighting Native Bruin Caitlin “Katie” Kaliiaa, from the Yerington Paiute and Washoe Nation. , M.A. in American Indian Studies, UCLA – 2012. Caitlin “Katie” Keliiaa is an Assistant Professor of Feminist Studies at UC Santa Cruz. She is an interdisciplinary historian specializing in 20th-century Native experiences in the West. Her scholarship … Read more