Month: November 2021

Minoritized Languages of the North Atlantic

The Native American Cultural Programs will be hosting Minoritized Languages of the North Atlantic: A Workshop on Mohegan-Pequot (Algonquian) and Irish (Gaelic), as part of Native and Indigenous Heritage Month 2021. Topic: This event is intended to introduce participants to the living and historical languages of the Mohegan and Pequot tribes and of Gaelic Ireland. […]

2021 Fall Puppet Forum Series

The Puerto Rican / Latin American Cultural Center is thrilled to partner with The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry as part of the Institutes 2021 Fall Puppet Forum Series.   PRLACC will participate in two installments. The first is the opening of Hecho en Puerto Rico: Four Generations of Puerto Rican Puppetry, for which […]

Legally and Medically Trans

The Rainbow Center is hosting this once-a-semester event to provide resources for those undergoing hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Topic: Learning More about Different Processes for Transitioning. Date: November 16, 2021 Time: 5:00 – 7:00 PM Format: In-Person, Rainbow Center Lounge, SU Building Guest Speakers: Attorney Matthew Kelley Britta Shute, FNP-BC

IMPAACT Conference 2021

The Asian American Cultural Center (AsACC) is hosting its 15th annual Identifying the Missing Power of Asian American in Connecticut (IMPAACT) Conference. IMPAACT is a catalyst to empower students in their individual journeys of self-development, identity development, and leadership skills.  The conference is an opportunity for student leaders to network with one another at the University […]

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Girls

Native American Cultural Programs are happy to announce that Sarah Deer, Native American lawyer and professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality studies and Public Affairs and Administration at the University of Kansas, will be speaking at UConn as part of Native and Indigenous History Topic: The Beginning and End of Rape: Missing and Murdered Indigenous […]

Red Pedagogy: Native American Social and Political Thought

Native American Cultural Programs is excited to co-sponsor a book talk for Professor Sandy Grande of the UConn American Studies, Philosophy, and Indigeneity, Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Programs. Grand will be discussing her book, Red Pedagogy, a ground-breaking exploration of critical education theory that argues that Indigenous People and Indian education have either been ignored […]

Healthcare for Immigrants Student Forum

The Puerto Rican / Latin American Cultural Center (PRLACC) is pleased to host a forum to discuss immigrant access to healthcare, as well as gaps in the healthcare system that affect immigrant lives. Date: November 10, 2021 Time: 5:00 PM Format: In Person, PRLACC Program Room, 4th floor of SU building.

Committed: Remembering Native Kinship In and Beyond Institutions

The Native American Cultural Programs are thrilled to host Susan Burch, professor of American Studies at Middlebury College, to discuss her new book about Native Kinship. Topic: Committed: Remembering Native Kinship in and beyond Institutions. Date: November 10, 2021 Time: Informal Conversation from 2:00 – 3:00 PM; Public Talk from4:00 – 5:15 Format: Virtual Thanks […]

Stop Honor Killings

The Women’s Center is pleased to announce a seminar on gender-based violence with Dr. Rezvan Moghaddam, founder of the Iranian organization, “Stop Honor Killings,” along with an exhibition curated by Dr. Moghaddam and the Dodd Center’s Neda Izadi. Topic: Stopping Honor Killings Date: November 9, 2021 Time: 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Format: Virtual We […]