Special Collections After Hours: Indigenous Resistance and Identity

Join us tomorrow for our November Special Collections After Hours open house! November is Native American Heritage Month, and in recognition we will be displaying a collection of documents related to the histories, identities, and resistance to colonization of the indigenous peoples of North America.

cover of 500 Years of Indigenous Resistance, featuring a bird flying with broken chains on its feet
500 Years of Indigenous Resistance (2009)

The event will feature materials from across our collections, including the Joseph. A Labadie Collection, the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive, and children's literature. See the books in this post and much more tomorrow, November 12, from 4-6pm in room 660D (all the way to the back of the Special Collections Research Center suite on the 6th floor of Hatcher South).

front cover of Hopi Cookery, depicting a small figure perched among bowls, baskets, and recipe ingredients
Hopi Cookery (1980)

This event is part of Special Collections After Hours, a monthly open house series sharing highlights from the many books, documents, and artifacts in our collections. Each event is open to everyone and will offer a new group of themed materials for visitors to explore. Open houses are held on the second Tuesday of each month during the academic year. Light refreshments will be provided.