Native American Studies
Last week, Save California Salmon and Cal Poly Humboldt’s Native American Studies Department hosted the Northern California LandBack Symposium.
Drs. Cutcha Risling Baldy and Kaitlin Reed received a $50,000 grant from the S. H. Cowell Foundation for the Rou Dalagurr Food Sovereignty Lab and Traditional Ecological Knowledges Institute.
Dr. Aaron Gregory presented at the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) in Cholula, Mexico (December, 2022).
Drs. Cutcha Risling Baldy and Kaitlin Reed received a $1 million grant from the Sierra Health Foundation to support the Food for Indigenous Futures project, an initiative of The Rou Dalagurr Food Sovereignty Lab and Traditional Ecological Knowledges Institute (FSL).
"Do Students Perceive Faculty as Responsible for Equitable Learning Environments? Results from a Mixed-Methods Study" was published in Higher Education Research & Development.
Despite having expertise, student voices have typically been left out of faculty professional development literature.
Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy received a $199,000 grant from the Native American Agriculture Fund to support the Native American Studies Food Sovereignty Lab and Cultural Workspace.
Humboldt State University and Northcentral University Doctoral Student, Robb Elton, and 20-year (retired) Marine Corps veteran, Amy Moore — both Chippewa Cree members from bands in Montana and North Dakota respectively — recently published their Preprint:
Kerri J. Malloy, Lecturer, Native American Studies, was an invited speaker for “A Conversation about Native American Genocide.” He spoke on the promises and obstacles to transitional justice, reconciliation, and healing associated with the Indigenous genocide in North America.
Kerri J. Malloy, Lecturer, Native American Studies, presented his lecture “Reflections of the Past in the Present: Landscape, People, and Narrative,” as part of the Evening with an Expert speaker series at the Imperial Valley Desert Museum in Ocotillo, California (November 14, 2020)..