November is Native American Heritage Month in Kentucky!
October 29: The NKU Haile Digital Planetarium and NKU Department of Theatre and Dance are proud to present Crit Callebs, Native American storyteller, at 7 p.m. Learn about Native American culture and its emphasis on astronomy. For more information about Callebs, visit http://critcallebs.com. This is a free event. Reservations are required at http://eventsinteract2.nku.edu/getdemo.ei?id=18&s=_1580OM5WZ.
November 7: Indians as Sports Mascots. 1 pm panel of experts at the Underground Railroad Freedom Center in conjunction with Xavier University. An event organized by NKU Anthropology alumnus Greg Rust.
November 12: Pentecost in the Plains: A Perspective of Native Identity on the Blackfeet Reservation by NKU Anthropology Alumnus and Professor Dr. Eric Bates. 6:15 pm in AC 506 at NKU. Annual Native American Studies Lecture sponsored by the NKU Native American Studies Program and the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Philosophy.
Entire Month of November: An exhibit of Native American photographs by NKU Anthropology alumnus Greg Rust at Xavier University on the 2nd floor of the Gallaher Student Center in partnership with the XU Center for Diversity and Inclusion and the XU Center for Interfaith Community Engagement.
Entire Month of November and Beyond: An exhibit of Northwest Coast Indian photographs by NKU Anthropology students at NKU on the 2nd floor of Landrum.
Entire Month of November and Beyond: An exhibit on “Big Bone Lick: A Place of Discovery” at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. Explore the famous site in northern Kentucky so important to Paleo-Indians. For more information, go to http://www.cincymuseum.org/press/big-bone-lick-exhibit.