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  1. Paradoxes of American Indian Race and Rights: From Pocahontas to Baby Veronica
    Professor Bethany Berger will address indigenous peoples’ challenges to dominant ideas of “race,” belonging, and citizenship in the U.S.
  2. Indigenous Jurisdiction, Customary Laws, & Alternative Conflict Resolution
    Discussion with international experts on indigenous peoples & the law
  3. New Exhibit Celebrates Collaboration Between Archaeologists and Tribal Nations
    Photos and artifacts are on display in the Healey Library until the end of November.
  4. New Exhibit Celebrates Collaboration Between Archaeologists and Tribal Nations
    Photos and artifacts are on display in the Healey Library until the end of November.
  5. Guest Lecture Series: Representations of Indigenous Women on Stage
    The Women's and Gender Studies Department's lecture series, Indigenous Women: Sustaining Nationhood, is bringing Madeline Sayet to campus to speak about how indigenous women are represented on stage.
  6. Conversations Between Communities: UMass Boston Archaeology for/with the Nipmuc and Eastern Pequot
    The Institute for New England Native American Studies cosponsors this panel discussion and a month long photography and artifact exhibit in UMass Boston's Healey Library.
  7. Beyond the Asterisk: Understanding Native Students in Higher Education
    Join the Institute for New England Native American Studies, the Native American and Indigenous Studies Program, and the College of Education and Human Development for this talk.
  8. Indigenous Peoples and International Human Rights Law
    A lecture discussing human rights and international law for indigenous people.
  9. Family Drop-in Event: Wampanoag Dance, Song, and Stories
    The Institute for New England Native American Studies invites you to come to this event, join in Eastern social dance songs from the New England area celebrating Eastern Woodland culture, and make cor
  10. Nation Building Symposium
    Cedric Woods, director of the Institute for New England Native American Studies, will be moderating a session.
  11. 18th Annual Harvard Powwow
    The Institute for New England Native American Studies invites you to join them for this free event.
  12. 12th Annual Spring Thaw Pow Wow
    The Institute for New England Native American Studies invites you to join them for this free event.
  13. Women Leaders in Native New England: Providing Strength for the People
    The Institute for New England Native American Studies invites you to celebrate Women’s History Month by joining an informal discussion with seven Native New England women leaders.
  14. UMass Boston to Cohost 2012 Meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association
    The University of Massachusetts Boston is cohosting the 2012 Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) annual meeting through June 6 at the Mohegan Sun Convention Center in Uncasville, Connecticut.
  15. American Indian Art Exhibit: From Wounded Knee to Present
    The NAIS program has organized an exhibit of American Indian art to be shown at UMass Boston
  16. Native American Studies Flourish; New Institute Launches
    Launched in the spring of 2009, the Institute for New England Native American Studies is designed to be a hub for collaboration across university borders.