As part of the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations’s Lunch on Us series, Native American House invites you to join us for free lunch and noontime discussions throughout the academic year. These lunches feature speakers, panels, and resources at the University of Illinois, and provide introductions to the cultures, histories, and societal issues that the diverse communities of our campus face. We welcome you to our centers and encourage you to connect with us.
All events are from noon–1 p.m. at Asian American Cultural Center unless otherwise noted.
Spring 2018 Schedule
February 2 :: MTV's Rebel Music: 7th Generation Rises
February 16 :: Vice World of Sports Seven Generations
March 2 :: Misrecognizing Tribal Sovereignty through Ethnographic Museum Practices, Courtney Cottrell, 2017-2018 Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellow in American Indian Studies
March 16 :: Quecha & Indigenous Languages, Carlos Molina-Vital, Quecha Languages, Latin American & Caribbean Studies
April 6 :: Non-Indigenous Researchers & Archaeology in Belize, Aimee Carbaugh & Jeannie Larmon, Doctoral Candidates, Department of Anthropology
April 20 :: The Intersection of Contemporary Trauma and Environment among Indigenous Peoples: How the Social, Physical, and Spiritual Connect, Shanondora Billiot (United Houma Nation), Assistant Professor, School of Social Work & American Indian Studies
Paid for in part by Student Cultural Programming Fee. For a complete listing of OIIR’s Lunch on Us program, view the full schedule.