Category Archives: American Indian Studies

End of the semester events: Women’s Studies & American Indian Studies

Well, its been a hectic last couple of weeks.  With the stress of final exams and fires in the San Diego area, folks have certainly had a lot on their mind.  And thus, I am way behind on blog posts- … Continue reading

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American Indian traditions shared with Palomar Students

On Monday, November 18th the students in American Indian Studies classes were treated to a demonstration of basket making by Mrs. Francisca Soriano.  Born in Oaxaca, Mexico, Mrs. Soriano is a member of the Mixtec tribe.  The men and women … Continue reading

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Dr Lechusza Aquallo goes world-wide!

Dr Lechusza Aquallo from our American Indian Studies program just had his book project “Without reservations, the Deconstruction of Indian Identity” published world-wide today!  Please congratulate our colleague for this amazing accomplishment!

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2013 California Indian Day Celebration: A great success!

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending Palomar College’s California Indian day celebration sponsored by the American Indian Studies Department (AIS).  The event was held in a lecture hall to a standing room only crowd.  Calvin One Deer, a colleague … Continue reading

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