In this provocative exhibit, Dahlton Brown (BAH, Native American Studies; MA, Education, Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies; Class of 2015/2016), Native American Cultural Center student curator, uses visual anthropology to explore themes of representation, commercialization, and indigeneity from the 19th though 21st centuries. Historic visual media, including stereo views, prints, post cards, and magazines, reveal past “popular” portrayals of Native Americans. These appropriations are juxtaposed with contemporary activism of Stanford Native American students, faculty, and allied community members.
ON VIEW through Spring 2018
This exhibit is not open to the public. Faculty, students, researchers, and campus guests may schedule a viewing by Contacting Us.