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4 individuals, one sitting down and doing a craft stretching fabric or fibers.

Diné artists Fred and Bertha Stevens with Mapuche women at the Biblioteca Nacional in Santiago, Chile, 1968 (photo courtesy of Rainbow Stevens)



Professor Jessica Horton has been invited to deliver two talks drawn from her research for an upcoming book titled, “Rebalancing the Cold World: Diné (Navajo) Arts of Reciprocity.” On November 7, Horton will present at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Visual and Media Culture Colloquia and on November 8 at California State University, Chico, as part of their Humanities Center Migration and Exile Speaker Series.

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Professor Jessica Horton was invited to present two talks in California this week.

Professor Jessica Horton was invited to present two talks in California this week. 

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  • Department of Art History
  • University of Delaware
  • 318 Old College
  • Newark, DE 19716 USA
  • Phone: 302-831-8415
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