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Ancestral Gila Homeland Events: UNM Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies Co-Sponsored Zoom Lecture Series- "Apache Homelands and the Gila Wilderness"

2/9/2024, 3:00 PM

"The Chilaa: Indigenous Ancestral Homelands of the Gila Wilderness"


Ruben Leyva, UNM Department of Native American Studies, Chihene Nde


Ruben Leyva, M.B.A., Ph.D. Graduate Assistant at the University of New Mexico's Native American Studies Department. Descendant of the Gila apache, his family's history highlights the impact of identity erasure as part of their land dispossession. In 2023, Leyva assisted in the writing of the Chihene Nde Nation's petition to the Department of the Interior's Office of Federal Acknowledgement. He was selected by the tribal chairman and historian for his research and investigative expertise. Former law enforcement professional, now a proud member of UNM's inaugural Ph.D. NAS program.


https://unm.zoom.us/j/94478152752


The Art of Useless: Ma Ke's fashion, Jia Zhangke's Documentary, and Chinese Consumer Culture

2/16/2024, 12:00 PM

Join Dr. Calvin Hui of the College of William and Mary to discuss Ma Ke’s fashion exhibit “Useless” and its intended critiques of consumer culture. Dr. Hui will also analyze Jia Zhangke’s documentary film Useless (2007), a dialogue with Ma’s exhibit.
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Expanding our Disciplinary Boundaries to Embrace SOTL as Scholarly Work

2/23/2024, 2:00 PM

Many academics often find our way to the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) as a second research pathway towards deeper understanding of student learning and our own instructional practice. Though we might be steeped in disciplinary ways of knowing, we learn to expand our boundaries and embrace afresh scholarly inquiry with methodologies and approaches different from ones we may have originally trained on. The learning sciences literature makes us aware that experts in one domain can become novices in another. Our academic lives exist not only within disciplinary cultures but also must intersect with our institutional cultures. Cultures can be affirming but they can also be deterring. In this workshop, we shall weave together these threads, revisit the Boyer Model and practice some application activities related to SoTL projects.


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