During this presentation, Dr. Gonzales-Miller will share her dissertation research project that sought to examine the experiences of identity erasure, invisibility and hyper visibility for Urban Indian, graduate students who attended a historically and predominately white public university. In our conversation, we will consider ways the prevailing description of who is Native shaped the classroom experiences of the participants in the study.
Shannon Gonzales-Miller, Ph.D. | Director of Scholarships and Grants, Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Lucy Murphy | Professor, Department of History
This event is presented in partnership with the Ohio State Newark Earthworks Center and its Indigenous Arts and Humanities Grant.
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