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Sherman Institute Symposium: The American Indian Boarding School Experience

Thursday, February 7, 2013
  9 a.m.–4 p.m.


Location: Rivera Library 4th floor Rivera Library
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Category: Lecture

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THE NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATION PROGRAM, COSTO CHAIR, CALIFORNIA CENTER FOR NATIVE NATIONS, NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENT PROGRAMS, U.C., RIVERSIDE, AND SHERMAN MUSEUM PRESENT...


SHERMAN INSTITUTE: THE AMERICAN INDIAN BOARDING SCHOOL EXPERIENCE


Clifford E. Trafzer and Lorene Sisquoc, Moderators


David Adams (Cleveland St. University), “What We Don't Know about the History of Indian Boarding Schools” Robert McCoy (Washington St. University), “Building to Assimilate: Mission Architecture of Sherman Institute” Diana Bahr (UCLA), “Robert Kennedy and Sherman Institute, A Promise Fulfilled.” Leleua Loupe (CSU Fullerton), “A Network of Control: Exploiting Indigenous Labor in the West” Kevin Whalen (UCR), “Indian School and Company Town: Sherman Student-Laborers at Fontana Farms Company, 1907-1930" Jason Davis (CSU San Bernardino), “Paradigm Shift: Assimilation to Preservation at Sherman Indian School” Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert (University of Illinois), "Hopi Runner Harry Chaca and the 1929 Vallejo Pre-Olympic National Marathon" William O. Medina (Riverside Community College), “Patriotic Indians at Sherman Institute”


Kathleen Bartosh (UCLA), “Domesticity and Defense: The Female Experience at the Sherman Institute, 1930-1960.” Jean Keller (Palomar College), “Before Sherman Institute: The Perris Indian School.”


Sherman Institute:  The American Indian Boarding School Experience February 7, 2013, Costo Library (4th Floor Rivera Library) 9 AM:  Wlecome by Clifford E. Trafzer and Lorene Sisquoc, Moderators Invocation by Henry Vasquez 9:30-10:  David Adams (Cleveland St. University), “What We Don't Know about the History of Indian Boarding Schools”


Sherman Institute:  The American Indian Boarding School Experience


February 7, 2013, Costo Library (4th Floor Rivera Library)


9 AM:  Wlecome by Clifford E. Trafzer and Lorene Sisquoc, Moderators


Invocation by Henry Vasquez


9:30-10:  David Adams (Cleveland St. University), “What We Don't Know about the History of Indian Boarding Schools”


 10-10:30:  Robert McCoy (Washington St. University), “Building to Assimilate:  Mission Architecture of Sherman Institute”


 10:30-11:  Diana Bahr (UCLA), “Robert Kennedy and Sherman Institute, A Promise Fulfilled.” 


11-11:30:  Leleua Loupe (CSU Fullerton), “A Network of Control:  Exploiting Indigenous Labor in the West”


11:30-12:  Kevin Whalen (UCR), “Indian School and Company Town: Sherman Student-Laborers at Fontana Farms Company, 1907-1930"


Lunch Break


1:30-2:  Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert (University of Illinois), "Hopi Runner Harry Chaca and the 1929 Vallejo Pre-Olympic National Marathon"


2-2:30:  William O. Medina (Riverside Community College), “Patriotic Indians at Sherman Institute”


2:30-3:  Jason Davis (CSU San Bernardino), “Paradigm Shift: Assimilation to Preservation at Sherman Indian School”


3-3:30:  Kathleen Bartosh (UCLA), “Domesticity and Defense: The Female Experience at the Sherman Institute, 1930-1960.” 


 3:30-4:  Jean Keller (Palomar College), “Before Sherman Institute:  The Perris Indian School.”


 Rupert Costo Chair, California Center for Native Nations, Native American Student Programs, Native American Educational Program of UC Riverside and the Sherman Indian Museum offer this Symposium as Sponsors.


 



Open to: General Public
Admission: Free
Sponsor: Native American Student Programs

Contact Information:
Joshua Gonzales
951.827.4143
www.nasp.ucr.edu