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Due to popular demand, we have opened a new section of CSCR 21600 02 Pop Culture & Indigenous Futurities TR 1:10 – 2:25. Sign up before the seats are gone. 


The course examines Indigenous creative practices within and in response to mainstream popular culture to explore how Indigenous peoples refuse to be contained by colonization. We interrogate settler representations of Indigenous peoples as well as cultural productions by Indigenous peoples that affirm their presence, resilience, and future orientation. Confronting stereotypes around Native disappearance and authenticity that affirm white supremacy, global capitalism, heteropatriarchy, and settler colonization, the course stages an anti-colonial conversation by centering Native voices.

Please direct questions to Dr. Iokepa Casumbal Salazar ( 

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