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"There There: Exploring Urban Indian Community and History," Dr. Caitlin Keliiaa 

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Dr. Caitlin Keliiaa is an Assistant Professor of Feminist Studies at UC Santa Cruz. She is an Indigenous feminist historian, and her scholarship engages Indian labor exploitation, dispossession, and surveillance of Native bodies especially in Native Californian contexts. Her book project Unsettling Domesticity centers Native women’s voices uncovered from federal archives. She is Yerington Paiute and Washoe, and her tribal communities inform her scholarship.

This talk is co-sponsored by the Book in Common, Office of Tribal Relations, and the Department of Multicultural and Gender Studies.

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