The first Interseminars event of 2024 kicks off next week with Joanne Barker's talk entitled "In Radical Relationality: Writing Against Climate and Gender Violence." 

Joanne Barker is Lenape (a citizen of the Delaware Tribe of Indians). She is professor of American Indian Studies in the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University. She serves on The Segorea Te Land Trust Board.

Her book Red Scare: The State's Indigenous Terrorist (University of California Press, 2021) has been awarded the Best Subsequent Book in Native American and Indigenous Studies Prize by the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association.

In 2022–23, Barker was a Distinguished Visiting Scholar in Indigenous Studies in Race, Diaspora, and Indigeneity Studies at the University of Chicago.

This event is part of the Interseminars series for “Improvise and Intervene,” supported by the Mellon Foundation.

Important Update: This event has now been moved to Zoom. Please follow this link to register!

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