Past Fellowship / Grant

Researching Indigenous America in Wyoming

Alexia Kosmider (LAS), The GEforCD grant will support Prof. Kosmider's development of a potential new summer course that focuses on the decolonialization of indigeneity. Prof. Kosmider's particular site of exploration and study is the Crow Nation, located in central Wyoming near the Big Horn Mountains. The eventual course and curriculum will explore the Crow Nation's development of a renewed sense of struggle for social justice by their efforts to reshape the ways in which indigeneity serves as a foundation for community values, tribal histories, and tribal belief systems.

At-A-Glance

Faculty
What
Global Engagement for Curriculum Development Grant
Where
  • Big Horn Moutains, Wyoming, USA
When
Academic Year

Jan 1, 2020 — Jan 1, 2020

Department
  • Literary Arts & Studies
Topics
  • Decolonization
  • Social Justice
  • Indigenous Communities

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