Her book, Aloha America: Hula Circuits through the U.S. Empire, about the relationship between U.S. imperial expansion and Hawaiian hula performance, was published by Duke University Press in 2012. It received three prizes in 2013: the Lawrence W. Levine Prize for best cultural history from the Organization of American Historians; best first book in women's history from the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians; and Outstanding Publication Award from the Congress on Research in Dance (co-recipient).
Adria L. Imada is associate professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies and affiliate faculty in the Critical Gender Studies program at University of California, San Diego.
Co-sponsored with American Indian StudiesApril 16th, 2014
One goal for this tour is that participants begin to experience the place we live in as Mnisota Makoce, the Dakota homelands. We will be visiting several Dakota sacred sites located in an area that would later be called the Twin Cities.
How has colonization impacted Dakota use and access to these places?
How have Dakota people asserted a continuing relationship with these places?
This tour will provide participants with a more nuanced and complicated understanding of the place we call home."
--Iyekiyapiwin (Darlene St. Clair, Associate Professor, St. Cloud State University)
Please use this registration form for the for the tour: z.umn.edu/dakotasites2014spring
Friday, May 2, 2014
Time: 3:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Boarding will begin at 2:45 PM behind Appleby Hall on the East River Parkway.
Buses will leave by 3:00 PM
128 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
**There will be some light walking on the day of the tour.
To request a disability-related accommodation, please contact Jillian Rowan in the Circle of Indigenous Nations by phone at 612-624-0564 or email at BERKL002@umn.edu, at least two weeks prior to the event.
April 15th, 2014
Registration Link: z.umn.edu/dakotasites2014spring
Come Join us and hear about our student's Senior Presentations!
322 Appleby Hall