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 November 1-30, 2016

ᏚᏳᎪᏛ- "Truth"

Ithaca College invites all as we commemorate the rich history and cultures of the indigenous and first peoples of our land. This campus-wide educational programming series provides learning opportunities through lectures, presentations, performances, film screenings with discussions, and other efforts, to honor native cultures and the history of our country.

“Of Land & Bodies: Gendering Colonization, Decolonizing the Indigenous Imagination”- Wednesday, November 16, Williams 222, 7:00pm

Hailey Cavino will be presenting extracts from her dissertation entitled ‘Towards a Method of Belonging: Contextualizing Gender Violence in Maori Worlds’, which explores the transformative potential of recovering story—particularly how writing ancestors is performative with regard its capacity to shape/shift belongings across time.

Hayley Marama Cavino is a doctoral candidate and adjunct instructor in the Native American & Indigenous Studies Program at Syracuse University where her teaching and scholarly work examines the spatial and relational particularities of settlement as gendered phenomena.  When she is not writing Hayley is an organizer and scholar activist who coordinates the Democratizing Knowledge Project at Syracuse University. She is a mother of three sons, a partner, and a daughter of Ngati Pukenga and Ngati Whiti iwi/tribes in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Refreshments will be provided.

Through the collaborative efforts of the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs, our campus partners in various departments and offices, and our student organizations, we are able to provide various opportunities to learn, share, celebrate, empower, and appreciate Latinx Heritage Month, Native Heritage: 1st Peoples Month, Black History Month, and Focus Asia Month. 

For more information about Heritage Month sponsored by OSEMA, and more upcoming events, please visit 

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Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact OSEMA at or (607) 274-3222. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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