Wednesday, November 18, 2020 | 9:30 - 11:00 am CST
Free and Open to the Public (Registration Required)
Featuring Brittani R. Orona Native American Studies
University of California, Davis
Join the Institute for Advanced Study for the third in a series of four talks on the subject of Environmental Stewardship, "This is Our Home, This is Our Land”: Visualizing Decolonization on the Klamath River Basin.
Brittani R. Orona(Hupa) is a doctoral candidate in Native American Studies with a designated emphasis in Human Rights at the University of California, Davis. Her areas of specialization include Indigenous environmental justice, Tribal Water Rights, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, visual sovereignty, decolonization and the history and politics of California Indians. She is the author of “Continued Disembodiment: NAGPRA, CALNAGPRA and Recognition,” with Dr. Vanessa Esquivido. Humboldt Journal of Social Relations 1 (42): 50-68. Fall 2020 and This is our home, this is our land: (re) visualizing and decolonizing water rights on the Klamath River Basin forthcoming (Spring 2022) from Heyday Press.