INDIGENOUS METHODOLOGIES and Art History
Friday, April 29, 2016 2:30- 6:00 PM
Multipurpose Room | Africana Studies and Research Center
JOLENE RICKARD (Tuscarora Nation) Associate Professor, History of Art and Visual Studies and Art Departments and Director, American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program, Cornell University.
- INTRODUCTION: Indigenous Methodology and the Field of Art History
MIQUE'L DANGELL (Tsimshian Nation) PhD, Instructor, First Nations and Indigenous Studies, University of British Columbia.
- Dancing, Witnessing, Gifting, and Writing: a Potlach-based Indigenous Research Methodology
RESPONDENT: KAJA M. McGOWAN, Associate Professor, History of Art and Visual Studies Department and
Director, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University.
DAVID GARNEAU (Métis), Associate Professor of Visual Arts, University of Regina, Saskatchewan.
- From Artifact Necropolis to Living Rooms: Indigenous and at Home in Non-colonial Museums
RESPONDENT: IFTIKHAR DADI, Associate Professor, History of Art and Visual Studies Department, Cornell University.
CANDICE HOPKINS (Carcross/Tagish First Nation) Curatorial Advisor for documenta 14 and writer.
- Transforming Institutions, Creating Communities: Indigenous Methodologies and Exhibition Making
RESPONDENT: SALAH M. HASSAN, Goldwin Smith Professor, Africana Studies and Research Center, History of Art
and Visual Studies Department, Cornell University.