Owning Hate, Owning Hurt: The Aesthetics of Violence in American Indian Contemporary Art
This video includes the presentation "Owning Hate, Owning Hurt: The Aesthetics of Violence in American Indian Contemporary Art" by Nancy Marie Mithlo (Fort Sill Chiricahua Apache) (University of California, Los Angeles, Gender Studies and American Indian Studies). She is introduced by Liza Black (Citizen of Cherokee Nation) (Indiana University - Bloomington, History, Native American and Indigenous Studies).
The USC Dornsife Center for Advanced Genocide Research shares videos from its 2022 conference "Mass Violence and Its Lasting Impact on Indigenous Peoples - The Case of the Americas and Australia/Pacific Region," which was held at the University of Southern California, on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Tongva and Kizh Nation peoples, and livestreamed on Zoom from October 22 to October 26, 2022.
Learn more about the conference, presenters, organizers, and cosponsors here: dornsife.usc.edu/cagr/events/...