The Indigenous International Repatriation Movement is advancing in countries throughout the world. Join art historian India Rael; Honor Keeler, assistant director of Utah Diné Bikéyah and NAGPRA review committee member; Curtis Zunigha, Cultural Resources Director from the Delaware Tribe of Indians; and community leaders from Utah Diné Bikéyah for a group discussion on repatriation, the history of Indigenous Ancestors and cultural items at Princeton, and the institutional ethics of return.
This event is the second of two public events being held in conjunction with the multi-site exhibition, “Public Lands, Private Hands: An Exhibition Depicting the Exploration and Exploitation of the American West.”
The exhibition and related events are sponsored by PEI with additional funding provided by the University Center for Human Values, Humanities Council, the Undergraduate Student Government Projects Board, the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding, the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice, Lewis Center for the Arts, and the Princeton University Art Museum.