Felipe Lara | 6 | Corde Vocale (2005–2007), String Quartet no. 1

June 2, 2016
Felipe Lara, Corde Vocale (2005–2007), String Quartet no. 1

Corde Vocale (2005–2007) – String Quartet no. 1
JACK String Quartet

Performed at the Knafel Center at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study as part of the full-length concert “Meditations, Translations, and Calligraphy,” by Felipe Lara RI ’16

Felipe Lara | 7 | Metafagote (2015)

June 2, 2016
Felipe Lara, Metafagote (2015)

Metafagote (2015) – for solo amplified bassoon with six prerecorded bassoons
Rebekah Heller (bassoons) and Levy Lorenzo (sound engineer)

Performed at the Knafel Center at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study as part of the full-length concert “Meditations, Translations, and Calligraphy,” by Felipe Lara RI ’16

Diana C. Mutz | How Much Is One American Worth?

May 26, 2016
Diana C. Mutz, How Much Is One American Worth?

Diana C. Mutz delivers the 2015–2016 Kim and Judy Davis Dean's Lecture in the Social Sciences at the Radcliffe Institute for the Advanced Study. In her talk, “How Much is One American Worth? Public Opinion toward Globalization,” Mutz examines the psychological, political, economic, and philosophical underpinnings of American attitudes toward policies such as international trade and outsourcing.

Linn Getz & Bruce McEwen | Precision, Personalized, and Social Medicine

May 25, 2016
Linn Getz & Bruce McEwen, Precision, Personalized, and Social Medicine

As part of the DNA Lecture Series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, the professors Linn Getz, of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and Bruce McEwen, of the Rockefeller University, present work in their respective fields of medicine, providing evidence that there is common ground for health collaboration between precision or personalized and social approaches to medicine.

Molly Antopol | The After Party: A Novel

May 25, 2016
Molly Antopol, The After Party: A Novel

As part of the 2015–2016 Fellows’ Presentation Series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Molly Antopol presents her novel-in-progress, “The After Party.” Set in Israel during the immigration wave in the early 1990s, the book tells the tale of a marriage between two people swept up by the forces of history and the destructive power of ambition.

Antopol is the 2015–2016 and 2016–2017 Lisa Goldberg Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute.

Native Politics in Literature and Art | Native Peoples, Native Politics

May 23, 2016
Native Politics in Literature and Art, Native Peoples, Native Politics

PANEL 3: NATIVE POLITICS IN LITERATURE AND ART

Moderated by Shelly Lowe (Navajo), executive director, Harvard University Native American Program

Kristiana Kahakauwila (Native Hawaiian), writer; 2015–2016 Lisa Goldberg Fellow, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study 

Frank Waln (Sicangu Lakota), musician

Matika Wilbur (Swinomish/Tulalip), photographer and creator, Project 562

Keynote Address | Native Peoples, Native Politics

May 23, 2016
Keynote Address, Native Peoples, Native Politics

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Introduction by Alyssa Mt. Pleasant (Tuscarora [patrilineal]), assistant professor of Native American studies, University at Buffalo; 2015–2016 Radcliffe Institute Fellow

Keynote Address by Robert Odawi Porter (Seneca Nation), senior advisor, Dentons US LLP; 67th President, Seneca Nation of Indians

Native Governance and Politics | Native Peoples, Native Politics

May 23, 2016
Native Governance and Politics, Native Peoples, Native Politics

PANEL 2: NATIVE GOVERNANCE AND POLITICS

Moderated by Daniel Carpenter 

Karen Diver (Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa), special assistant to the president for Native American affairs, White House; Former Chairwoman, Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa

John Dossett, general counsel, National Congress of American Indians 

Sylvia McAdam (nêhiyaw Nations), cofounder, Idle No More

Native Law and Legal Strategy | Native Peoples, Native Politics

May 23, 2016
Native Law and Legal Strategy, Native Peoples, Native Politics

OPENING BLESSING
Jonathan Perry (Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head [Aquinnah]), tribal councilman

WELCOME 
Lizabeth Cohen, dean of the Radcliffe Institute and Howard Mumford Jones Professor of American Studies in the Department of History, Harvard University

INTRODUCTION 
Daniel Carpenter, faculty director of the social sciences program at the Radcliffe Institute, member of the Provost’s Advisory Council on Native and Indigenous Issues, and Allie S. Freed Professor of Government in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

PANEL 1: NATIVE LAW AND LEGAL STRATEGY 

Moderated by Maggie McKinley (Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe), Climenko Fellow and lecturer on law, Harvard Law School

Richard Guest, attorney, Tribal Supreme Court Project, Native American Rights Fund

Diane J. Humetewa (Hopi), United States district judge, United States District Court, District of Arizona

Native Politics in Broadcast Media and Film | Native Peoples, Native Politics

May 23, 2016
Native Politics in Broadcast Media and Film, Native Peoples, Native Politics

PANEL 4: NATIVE POLITICS IN BROADCAST MEDIA AND FILM

Moderated by Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma), blogger, Native Appropriations; postdoctoral fellow in anthropology, Brown University

Irene Bedard (Inupiaq/Yupik/Cree), actor

Migizi Pensoneau (Ponca/Ojibwe), member, the 1491s

Loris Taylor (Hopi), president and CEO, Native Public Media

CLOSING REMARKS
Daniel Carpenter

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