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The School of Language, Culture, and Society presents Critical Intersections Series: Ho'esta Mo'e'hahne, PH.D. -- "Indigenous Transits: Decolonizing the Sexual Politics of Urban Settler Occupation"

Thursday, March 1, 2018 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Ho’esta Mo’e’hahne (Southern Tsistsistas and Hinono’ei) is the Scholar in Residence in the Indigenous Nations Studies program at Portland State University. Ho’esta holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Southern California and a B.A. in sociology from the University of Oklahoma. Ho’esta’s book manuscript considers how anti-Indigenous violence is reproduced in the multi-ethnic spatial, literary, and media cultures of the Los Angeles region. Ho’esta works at the intersections of Indigenous critical theory, settler colonial studies, and feminist and queer theory.


MU Commons (campus map)
208 (La Raza Room)
2501 SW Jefferson Way
Karen Mills
kmills at oregonstate.edu
School of Language, Culture, & Society
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