10th Annual Labriola Center American Indian National Book Award
This event last occurred April 24, 2018
Please join ASU Library for a special reception and Q&A with Elizabeth Hoover, the Manning assistant professor of American studies at Brown University, who has been chosen as the winner of the 10th Annual Labriola Center American Indian National Book Award for her book, "The River Is In Us: Fighting Toxics In a Mohawk Community" (University of Minnesota Press).
The Labriola book award recognizes and promotes indigenous scholars and scholarship on topics and issues that are pertinent to Indigenous people and nations. This year, LeAnne Betasamosake Simpson was awarded "Honorable Mention" for her book, "As We Have Always Done: Indigenous Freedom Through Radical Resistance" (University of Minnesota Press).
A Q&A session with the author will be led by David Martinez, the chair of the judging committee and an associate professor of American Indian Studies at Arizona State University.
Light refreshments will be served.
Hayden Library, room C2
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