‘Returning Home’ Co-Author in PBS Utah Discussion

James R. Swensen, co-author of Returning Home: Diné Creative Works from the Intermountain Indian School, published by the University of Arizona Press, will be part of the panel discussion, Native American Boarding Schools, presented by the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, the Inclusion Center at Utah State University, and PBS Utah.

When: Wednesday, November 10, 6 p.m.
Where: Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, 650 N 1100 E, Logan, at Utah State University

Join the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, the Inclusion Center at Utah State University, and PBS Utah for a meaningful discussion surrounding the history of Native American Boarding Schools. Participants will discuss this topic using the themes from the book Cheyenne Again, murals from the former Intermountain Indian School, and clips from the PBS Utah documentary, Unspoken, that the group will watch together. The discussion will be led by Alina Begay, Native American Studies faculty at Utah State University’s Inclusion Center.

It is not necessary to read the book or watch the film before attending, but it will be helpful. The film can be streamed for free at pbsutah.org/unspoken

Please RSVP to philip.brown@usu.edu

 

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