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Jessica Horton standing in front of a mural featuring native peoples

​Professor Jessica Horton gets a rare glimpse of murals created by Diné artist Gerald Nailor, 1942-43, which depict the history of the Navajo Nation inside the Council Chambers in Window Rock, Arizona (image courtesy Jessica Horton) 



​Professor Jessica Horton is conducting research in and around Santa Fe, New Mexico with the support of a Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Academic Research Fellowship in American Modernism. She is visiting archives and collections, consulting with Pueblo and Diné (Navajo) communities, and gathering interviews for her book project, Earth Diplomacy: Indigenous American Art and Reciprocity in the Global Cold War

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​Professor Jessica Horton is currently in Santa Fe, New Mexico on a fellowship grant from the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum.

​Professor Jessica Horton is currently in Santa Fe, New Mexico on a fellowship grant from the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. 

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