Grief and an Indigenous Feminist’s Rage: The Embodied Field of Knowledge Production

September 18, -
Speaker(s): Shannon Speed
This talk, based on years of research with Indigenous women migrants, explores the role of trauma and emotion in the embodied experience of anthropological field research and knowledge production.

Shannon Speed (Chickasaw) is Paula Gunn Allen Chair and Professor of American Indian Studies, Gender Studies, and Anthropology at UCLA, where she also serves as Director of the American Indian Studies Center and Special Advisor to the Chancellor on Native American and Indigenous Affairs.

Cultural Anthropology


Maschauer, Maria