November is Native American Heritage Month, and through the rest of the month UNCG will host several events highlighting Native American identity and heritage. See the upcoming events below.
- 11/15: Irna Priore Music and Culture Lecture Series: “Sound, Sociality, and the Making of Mountain Skies”: Sara Snyder, Assistant Professor and Director of the Cherokee Language Program at Western Carolina University, will give a talk on the making of a ethnographic documentary about the Mountain Skies Festival at Black Mountain, and the way music interacts with culture, technology, and identity.
- 11/16: Food Sovereignty and Two-spirit Indigiqueer Identities: Delesslin George-Warren, of the Catawba Indian Nation, will discuss food sovereignty, and host a conversation about two-spirit and indigenous queer identities. 6:30 p.m., EUC Kirkland.
If you know of additional events this month, please contact Campus Weekly.