The Museum periodically hosts Lunchtime Lectures to accompany permanent and changing exhibits. This program features guest lecturers including scholars, historians, artists and book authors to name a few who speak from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM. These presentations are free and open to the public with limited seating and audience members are always welcome to bring a brown bag lunch. When available, guest speaker presentations will be made available online.
Who Is Indigenous? Perspectives on Indigeneity, Identity, Dispossession, and Transition
On August 26th, 2022 editor E. Barrett Ristroph, Ph.D., J.D. will lead a book conversation featuring a reading by Louisiana author and photographer Rachael Billiot-Bruleigh. The book explores what it means to be indigenous in an academic, legal, and personal sense through the voices of residents from Russia, Alaska, and Louisiana.