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Reading:
Ines Talamentez - Resisting Invasive Ideologies: Native American Religious Traditions, Nature and Sustainability

Wednesday, April 12, 2017
3:304:30 p.m.

Location:

CHASS Interdisciplinary Bldg South , Round Lab, INTS 1111
Parking Information

Description:



Department of Creative Writing, California Center for Native Nations,
Ethnic Studies and Costo Professor, Dr. Clifford Trafzer present a talk by
 
Dr. Ines Talamentez
Associate Professor of Religious Studies, UCSB
 
"Resisting Invasive Ideologies: Native American Religious Traditions, Nature and Sustainability"
Dr. Talamentez will read creative work and speak creatively and critically about her own work and discipline.
 
Introductions will be given by Dr. Robert Perez, Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies, UCR
 
Q&A to follow.

Free and open to the campus.
Parking: Purchase a permit at the Information Kiosk.

Additional Information:

Open to:

General Public

Admission:

Free

Sponsor:

Creative Writing Department

Contact:

Kathy DeAtley
(951) 827-3245
performingarts@ucr.edu


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