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Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day Symposium

Monday Oct 1 | 11:00 am - 9:30 pm

TCU’s third annual Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day symposium will take place on Monday, OCTOBER 1, 2018. This year’s theme is A Celebration of Contemporary Native American Peoples and Cultures and will feature a variety of activities, including multiple sessions with two significant individuals, Professor Luci Tapahonso and Supaman.

Professor Luci Tapahonso, the Navajo (Diné) Nation’s inaugural poet laureate and Professor Emerita in the department of English Language and Literature at the University of New Mexico, will be here as the second Don Coerver Lecturer in Liberal Arts, sponsored by TCU’s Master of Liberal Arts program.

Supaman is a highly acclaimed Crow (Apsáalooke) Hip-Hop artist, most recently receiving the 2018 Indigenous Music Awards for Best Rap/Hip Hop Album and Best Producer/Engineer. His visit is sponsored by Discovering Global Citizenship.

AddRan College of Liberal Arts

AddRan College of Liberal Arts

About AddRan College of Liberal Arts

Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day Symposium
Mission To advance life-long learning and discovery in the humanities and social sciences and to develop critical thinking, analytical, and communication skills that prepare students for successful careers in our global society.  Vision To become a liberal arts college nationally recognized for innovative learning and critical inquiry that enhances our environment, improves the human condition, and develops ethical leaders.

Questions about this event?

Scott Langston


Phone: 817-257-6678