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Region’s Indigenous Cultures Commemorated at UC San Diego Native American Celebrations

October 1, 2015

…San Diego Publications Region’s Indigenous Cultures Commemorated at UC San Diego Native American Celebrations UC San Diego’s 10th annual California Native American Day celebration kicked off Friday with an opening ceremony featuring a blessing, traditional bird singing and creation story workshop. Other upcoming events for the celebration, themed “Unsettled Stories:…

Native American and Indigenous Studies Offers New Minor and New Doctoral Certificate

January 12, 2023

Students at UC San Diego can now study Indigenous communities in the United States and abroad by adding a concentration in Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAIS) to their degrees. Undergraduate students can pursue a minor. And, unusually, graduate students in any department at UC San Diego ca

Cooking Up Community Through Indigenous Foods

May 30, 2024

Menus often celebrate exotic flavors and far-flung cooking styles, but UC San Diego course Food Justice and Indigenous Food Sovereignty explores ingredients and recipes used by the people indigenous to our country.

Celebrating Native American Heritage

October 11, 2011

…identities of San Diego’s indigenous cultures. Almost 150 people attended the kickoff Sept. 23 at the International Center. The event entitled “Celebrating Life Through Song and Dance” featured presentations, singing and dancing from several of San Diego’s indigenous cultures including the Northern Cheyenne, Lakota, Shawnee, Navajo/Dineh and Assiniboine nations. “This…

UC San Diego Extends California Native American Celebration Throughout Academic Year

September 20, 2011

The University of California, San Diego’s sixth annual California Native American Day celebrations have been expanded with various events highlighting the past, present and future identities of San Diego’s indigenous cultures.

Decolonization and the Settler-Indigenous Relationship

March 22, 2019

In new work by UC San Diego assistant professor Julie Burelle, the relationship between two groups of people in Quebec, Canada come into play in an important conversation about settler-indigenous relationships and decolonization, deeply adding to the growing field of Indigenous studies.

California Native American Day Events at UC San Diego Pay Tribute to Region’s Indigenous Cultures

September 24, 2013

“Honoring Tradition through Culture and Education” is the theme of the 8th annual California Native American Day celebration at the University of California, San Diego. The celebration, running from Sept. 27, 2013 through May 2014, will feature events that pay homage to the past, present and future cultures of Native…

World-Renowned Melanesian Archive Turns 30

April 25, 2012

On May 1, the UC San Diego Libraries will present an exhibit of materials in Geisel Library from its world-renowned Melanesian Archive, a unique archive of materials on the people, cultures, history and languages of Papua New Guinea and other island countries of the southwestern Pacific.

Championing the Voices and Contributions of Native American People

November 12, 2021

…Diego celebrates the rich cultures, traditions and histories of Native American people and recognize the important contributions they continue to make. Photo by Erik Jepsen/University Communications. Throughout November, our campus and our country celebrate Native American Heritage Month in honor of the rich cultures, traditions and histories of Native people.…

UC San Diego Strengthens Native American Communities and Indigenous Scholarship

January 12, 2023

There is an exciting momentum at UC San Diego that is enhancing community spaces for Native American students, advancing research led by Indigenous scholars and inviting the next generation of tribal youth to experience what the university has to offer.

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