Emory News Reports Student Kennedy Pete amplifies Native voices across campus

Emory News Center highlights student Kennedy Pete’s legacy at Emory. She looks back a her path to Emory, how she cemented her place on campus, and fostered community for Native students for years to come. Read her journey here: Emory News Center.


Sun 04/28 Scrutiny: Mummies and Museums

Ambassadors of culture, or sensationalist and disrespectful? The display of ancient Egyptian mummies in museums, historically celebrated by visitors eager to learn more about ancient Egypt, is a practice increasingly called into question, with many wondering who ultimately dictates the fate of those who have been mummified. Join Egyptologists Salima Ikram and Heba Abd el-Gawad in conversation as they discuss the complexity of shifting practices and ideologies, the ethics of displaying ancient Egyptian mummies in museums, and the ownership of ancient Egyptian culture.  Click here to register and click here to read more.

Time & Place: In light of recent events, Scrutiny: Mummies and Museums has been cancelled. Please be on the look out for updates. Thank you to all those who were looking forward to this event.

F 04/26 We Are Also Here. Maya Migrant Stories from Turtle Island

Join Dr. Emil’ Keme in discussing Mayan mirgrantion stories on Turtle Island.Register Here (Lunch Provided)

In due to recent events, We Are Also Here. Maya Migrant Stories from Turtle Island has been rescheduled to October 4, 2024. Thank you to all those who were looking forward to this event.

Time: Oct. 4, 12:00 – 1:30 pm

W 04/24 Curatorial Conversation: Nicholas Galanin & Miranda Kyle

Join Carlos Curator Miranda Kyle in conversation with Indigenous multimedia artist Nicholas Galanin (Tlingit and Unangax̂), whose work serves as a catalyst for dialogue about identity and change between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. This conversation takes place in celebration of the installation of his work I Think it Goes Like This (Gold), in the Art of the Americas galleries through a two-year loan from the Art Bridges Foundation. This event is made possible in part by the Grace Welch Blanton Lecture Fund. It is free and open to the public, and registration is required. To read more and register.

Time: 7:30 – 8:30pm

Place: Ackerman Hall