Nicholas Barron is the 2020 William Y. and Nettie K. Adams Summer Scholar. Barron is associate faculty of anthropology at Mission College and managing editor at the History of Anthropology Review, illustrates how the International Symposium became a consequential participant in the ongoing efforts to re-present the Yaqui as a newly recognized American Indian tribe. Yaqui intellectuals and activists strategically embraced and challenged anthropological institutions and authority in order to affirm their newfound political status-even in unexpected places such as an academic conference.
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Join anthropology instructor Nicholas Barron as he participates in the School of Advanced Research’s salon series. As the 2020 William Y. and Nettie K. Adams Summer Scholar, Dr. Barron’s presentation, “Recognition in Unexpected Places: The Yaqui Indians and the 89th Wenner-Gren International Symposium,” will describe his latest research, which documents how Indigenous communities have historically engaged the discipline of anthropology in their efforts to gain federal recognition in the United States.
December 8 • 1p.m. - 2 p.m. PST
Tuesday, 08 December, 2020
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