Mapping Justice: Mishuana Goeman in Conversation with Jonathan Gomez

Friday, April 23, 2021 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

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Join us for an exciting discussion between Dr. Mishuana Goeman (UCLA) and Dr. Jonathan Gomez (SJSU). Their dialogue centers on Dr. Goeman’s work regarding space, mapping, and Indigenous sovereignty, with particular focus on the relationship between space and social justice. Following their conversation, we will hold an audience Q and A.  

Link for Zoom registration: https://sjsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYoduCpqjksEtUmgKUjAqOL3qp3_I3IZPn6 

Dr. Mishuana Goeman is an Associate Professor of Gender Studies at UCLA and the author of Mark My Words: Native Women Mapping Our Nations, which was honored at the American Association for Geographic Perspectives on Women and a finalist for best first book from NAISA. She served as a Co-PI for the community based digital community project, Mapping Indigenous L.A.  

Dr. Jonathan Gomez is an Assistant Professor of Chicana and Chicano Studies at SJSU. He is the current Faculty Director and Co-Facilitator of the SJSU Culture Counts Reading Series"

A Deep Humanities event sponsored by an SJSU Artistic Excellence Programming Grant

 

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  • Colton Scott Saylor
  • Katherine D. Harris
  • My Gia Hoang

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