Wed, 07/11/2018 - 3:16pm
Eidson Distinguished Professor of American Literature in the department of English LeAnne Howe is a featured writer in Literary Hub's series "New Poetry by Indigenous Women," curated by Natalie Diaz. According to the editor: "This feature of indigenous women is meant to ... offer myriad ways of “poetic” and linguistic experience—a journey through or across memory, or imagination, across pain or joy or the impossibility of each, across our bodies…
Tags: AIMBE, Division of Development & Alumni Relations, 2, #LetScienceSpeak, 1
Mon, 04/23/2018 - 12:02pm
Awards season celebrates many of our best and the accolades continue for Franklin College faculty and students. Among the many honors, inductions and elections: Janet Westpheling, professor of genetics in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, is president-electof the Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology. SIMB is a nonprofit, international association dedicated to the advancement of microbiological sciences, especially as…
Tags: Department of HIstory and the Latin American and Caribbean Institute, Lecture, Ceremony, Skidaway Inst of Oceanography - Department of Marine Sciences, Human Nature
Thu, 11/16/2017 - 11:55am
Once home to five different Native American tribes, the land on which the UGA campus sits today has a deep cultural history all its own that is often overlooked but retains the compelling power to teach. The Red & Black highlights Native American Heritage Month and ongoing efforts to educate the public about this rich culture: The Institute of Native American Studies, Native American Student Association, the University Union and the…
Tags: AIMBE, Campus Transit Facility, office of admissions, Department of History and the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute, Department of Dance
Thu, 08/10/2017 - 10:37am
inquiry for decades. Social network analysis presented here indicates that sites from Jefferson County, New York at the head of the St. Lawrence River controlled flow within regional signaling networks during the fifteenth century A.D. The simulated removal of this group of sites from the networks results in greater network fragmentation. Centrality measures indicate that Jefferson County sites acted as bridges between New York and Ontario…
Tags: Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, Campus Transit Facility, AIMBE
Tue, 09/22/2015 - 11:10am
Events connected to the Return From Exile exhibition continue this week on campus and at the Lyndon House Arts Center. Tonight at 6 pm Native American filmmaker and friend of the blog Sterlin Harjo returns to Athens to show his new film, This May Be The Last Time: Tracing a heartfelt journey, award-winning filmmaker Sterlin Harjo interweaves the tale of a mysterious death in 1962 with the rich history of the powerful hymns that have united…
Tags: AIMBE, web, communications, Department of Sociology AND Latin American & Caribbean Studies Institute, Financial Planning Research Center, #LetScienceSpeak
Wed, 03/04/2015 - 10:20am
In 1847, the Choctaw Indians at Skullyville, Indian Territory, were saddened to hear the news of the starvation in Ireland due to the potato famine. The Choctaw had experienced starvation only sixteen years earlier, when the entire Choctaw nation of people were forced to walk west by Andrew Jackson's government. On the mass forced migraiton known as the Trail of Tears, Choctaws were the first to be "removed" out of the Southeast and their…
Tags: AIMBE, Nelson Mandela, African Studies Institute, philosophy, crops, women's leadership fellows
Wed, 01/28/2015 - 11:45am
Franklin College faculty play a vital public role by sharing their expertise in the media on a range of subjects. A sampling from just the past month: Visualization of Native American dispossession by Russell Professor in American History Claudio Saunt continues to be featured in the news media, Aeon.co, UK Daily Mail. On the Subject f 2014 having been the warmest year in modern history, Athletic Association Professor of Geography and…
Tags: Black Theatrical Ensemble, Coliseum Training Facility, Institute of Bioinformatics, Fine Arts Building, AIMBE
Wed, 06/25/2014 - 2:00pm
Eighteen hundred seventy-six was a tumultous year in American history, and on today's date in that year was the infamous Battle of Little Bighorn: The sun was just cracking over the horizon that Sunday, June 25, 1876, as men and boys began taking the horses out to graze. First light was also the time for the women to poke up last night’s cooking fire. The Hunkpapa woman known as Good White Buffalo Woman said later she had often been in camps…
Tags: Campus Transit Facility, AIMBE, curriculum, national championship
Wed, 06/18/2014 - 9:23am
The new book by Russell Professor of History and department head Claudio Saunt in gaining great interest right out of the gate, and for good reason: This interactive map, produced by University of Georgia historian Claudio Saunt to accompany his new book West of the Revolution: An Uncommon History of 1776, offers a time-lapse vision of the transfer of Indian land between 1776 and 1887. As blue “Indian homelands” disappear, small red areas appear…
Tags: wards, Campus Transit Facility, SIMB, State Botanical Garden of Georgia, AIMBE, national championship