Tuesday, April 3, 20128:00 p.m. Boone Recital Hall, Scripps College Performing Arts Center“The Spectacle of ‘Originary’ Moments in The New World (2005) and Twilight of the God/Te Keremutunga o Nga Atua (1996)”Mishuana GoemanAssistant Professor, Department of Women’s StudiesUniversity of California, Los Angeles
Mishuana Goeman (Tonawanda Band of Seneca) is an assistant professor of Women’s Studies Department at the University of California, Los Angeles. She received her doctorate from Stanford University's Modern Thought and Literature and was a UC presidential Post-doctoral fellow at Berkeley. Her book, Mark My Words: Native Women (Re)mapping Our Nations, is with University of Minnesota Press forthcoming in 2012. She has published in American Quarterly, Wicazo Sa, International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, American Indian Cultures and Research Journal, and Journal of Anthropological Research. She has guest edited journal volumes on Native Feminisms and Indigenous Performances. She has also co-authored a book chapter in Handbook for Gender Equity on "Gender Equity for American Indians."
Scripps College Humanities Institute spring 2012 series - "'Continuing Invasion': Resistance, Resilience, and Re-invention among North American Indigenous Peoples"