Supported by the Mellon Foundation “Humanities for All Times” initiative.

Events Archive

Returning Home: A Contemporary Native Photography Exhibition

Unnoticed and as Beautiful

Unmapping the Gaza Strip

Origins of the Black Cookout

Indigenous Peasant Struggle in Peru’s Shining Path Insurgency

With Dr. Renzo Aroni.

Sitting for Stolen Sisters

On May 5th, 2023 (what would be Hana Harris’s 31st birthday), Rethinking Place: Bard-on-Mahicantuck, along with friends, families, allies, and colleagues, gathered in quiet reflection and deep listening in observance of the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women & 2Spirit People. Sound composed by Luis Chavez.

Indigenous Research Methods & Practice in the Liberal Arts: Refusal, Creation, & Intersectionality

White People Killed Them: An Electronic Music Performance

ONCE WERE MAOISTS: THIRD WORLD CURRENTS IN FOURTH WORLD ANTI-COLONIALISM IN CANADA, 1967-1982

Memory, Resistance, and Colonial Hierarchies of Belonging (A)cross the Atlantic

The DRE: Disturbance, Re-Animation, and Emergence Archive

Seeding the Dye Garden

with Beka Goedde’s Printmaking II class, Rebecca Yoshino, and guest speaker Lucille Grignon. March 27th, 11am.

Mapping the Sixties Scoop Diaspora: Unmaking Canada’s Indigenous Child Removal System

Savage States: Settler Governance in an Age of Sorrow

Inaugural Quinney Lecture with Dr. Audra Simpson

Protocols for Engaging Tribal Partners in Research & Programming

Nicole Wallace & Lou Cornum: A Reading and Conversation

Mohican Histories and Futures: A Conversation with JoAnn Schedler

Migrant Aesthetics

The Inaugural Rethinking Place Morrison Lecture by Professor Glenda R. Carpio.

Reconnecting Our Tyes to Dyes - Indigenous Reclamation

With Lucille Grignon of Ancient Roots Homestead. In collaboration with Bard Studio Arts and the Bard Farm. July 2023.

A conversation with Dr. Ned Blackhawk & Dr. Christian Ayne Crouch

An Indigenous Perspective on Art Therapy

with Margaret Behan, member of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers