The Spring 2011 issue of the South Atlantic Quarterly co-edited by Samson Occom Professor of Native American Studies Bruce Duthu has b
When Kayla Gebeck ’12 was a first year student, she was photographed by artist Mateo Romero ’89 while dancing in Dartmouth’s 2009 Pow-Wow.
The latest exhibition at Hood Museum of Art spotlights Dartmouth’s impressive collection of Native American art.
Last month, Professor Colin Calloway was honored with the 2011 American Indian History Lifetime Achievement Award during the Western History Association Conference held in Oakland, Calif.
Dartmouth College is hosting several programs related to ledger art of the Plains Indians during the fall term.
Ivy Schweitzer, professor of English and women’s and gender studies, has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to support continued work on a
Founded in part for the "instruction of Youth of the Indian Tribes" in 1769, Dartmouth's past is entwined with that of America's indigenous peoples. In The Indian History of an American Institution, Colin Calloway, the John Kimball Jr.
The 21 undergraduates in "Native Americans and the Law" taught by N. Bruce Duthu ’80 learn quickly that it’s important to come prepared to class.