2015 Joe Sando Symposium

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Nativo Lodge, Albuquerque, New Mexico
(special room rate available)
March 5 & 6

 

Thursday, March 5

On-site Registration 9am-5pm (two days: $50 general; $15 student)

10:00am Opening Ceremony
Invocation
Welcome by Stephen Wall, JD, (Chippewa) Chair Indigenous Liberal Studies Department, Institute of American Indian Arts
Opening Remarks by Ron Solimon, JD, (Laguna) Director, Center for Lifelong Education, Institute of American Indian Arts

10:45am – 12:00am
Pinon Room
Donna Vogel: Chamiza Foundation’s 25 Year History and Philosophy: A Resource for Pueblo Communities
Gilbert Sanchez (Laguna): Laguna Community Foundation

Shandina Room
Tessie Naranjo and Porter Swentzell (Santa Clara): Khap’on -Tewa Verbs
Roy Oldperson (Ohkay Owingeh): Social Justice in the Pueblo Context

Chamisa Room
Benedict Calabaza (Santo Domingo): Creative Design with Pueblo Values
Antonio Chavarria (Santa Clara): Making Music Museum Style: Exhibition Practices with Native Communities

Lunch on Your Own

1:30pm – 2:45pm
Pinon Room
Patricia Sandoval (Laguna): Education: A Culturally Responsive Agenda
Trisha Moquino (Cochiti, Ohkay Owingeh, Santo Domingo): Keres Children’s Learning Center
Ron Solimon (Laguna): Life Long Education at the Institute of American Indian Arts

Shandina Room
Joseph “Woody” Aguilar, PhD Candidate Brown University (San Ildefonso): Title not yet available

Chamisa Room
Glenabah Martinez, PhD (Taos/Dine), Christine Sims, PhD (Acoma), Travis Suazo (Laguna/Acoma/Taos), Azella Humetewa (Kewa/Acoma)
Curriculum for 100 Years of State and Federal Policy: The Impact on Pueblo Nations

3:00pm - 4:15pm
Pinon Room
Theodore “Ted” Jojola, PhD, Distinguished Professor, University of New Mexico (Isleta), Amanda Montoya (Taos) and Michaela Shirley (Dine): iD+Pi, UNM Indigenous Design and Planning Institute

Shandina Room

Chamisa Room
Joe Sabatini: Olla Bearers and Indian Detours: New Mexico Indians as Tourist Attractions

5:00pm – 7:00pm Reception
Mezzanine

6:00pm
Keynote Presentation
Mezzanine
Richard Luarkie, PhD Candidate, Arizona State University (Laguna)

Friday, March 6

9am-5pm On-site Registration  (two days: $50 general; $15 student)

10:30am -11:45am
Pinon Room

Shandina Room
Beverly Singer, PhD (Santa Clara): Cultural Triage: We Can’t Take Pictures Anymore & Grab – A Billy Luther film

Chamisa Room
Laura Watchempino and Petuuche Gilbert (Acoma): Mount Taylor Traditional Cultural Property
Julia Bernal (Sandia): Native American Water Corps

Lunch on Your Own

1:30pm -2:45pm

Pinon Room
Alana McGrattan and Janice Kowemy (Laguna): New Mexico Tribal Libraries Program After 20 Years: Preserving the Past; Preparing for the Future

Shandina Room
Rose Diaz PhD IPPC Library and Archives, Jonna Paden (Acoma), Diana Walters (Laguna/Dine): Space and Place: Empowering Identity Through Tribal Libraries, Archives, and Cultural Centers

Chamisa Room
Contributions from the Arizona State University Pueblo PhD Cohort:
Carnell Chosa (Jemez): New Engagement and Innovative Community Programming
Michele Suina (Cochiti): Research is a Pebble in My Shoe
Richard Luarkie (Laguna): We Have Their Shoes, They Have Our Land
Corrine Sanchez (San Ildefonso): Building Beloved Communities to End Violence Against Women, Girls and Mother Earth

3:00pm - 4:15pm
Pinon Room
Ada Pecos Melton, MPA,(Jemez) Moderator; Rita Martinez, BA, (Laguna)Presenter; Kristyn N. Yepa, BA, (Jemez) Presenter; David J. Melton, (Laguna)Presenter: Using Culturally Relevant and Respectful Research & Evaluation Methods

Shandina Room

Chamisa Room
Contributions from the Arizona State University Pueblo PhD Cohort:
June Lorenzo (Laguna/Dine): title not yet available
Anthony Dorame (Tesuque): Tesuque Pueblo Epistemology
Ken Lucero (Zia/Cochiti): Incorporating Pueblo Core Values into Tribal Government Operated Programs
Mark Ericson (SFIS): Climate Change, Survivance, & Youth Employment / Education

5:00pm – 7:00pm Reception
Mezzanine

6:00pm
Keynote and Closing Words: Parker Sando & Dorothy Sando
Mezzanine

 

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