TLAXCALA تلاكسكالا Τλαξκάλα Тлакскала la red internacional de traductores por la diversidad lingüística le réseau international des traducteurs pour la diversité linguistique the international network of translators for linguistic diversity الشبكة العالمية للمترجمين من اجل التنويع اللغوي das internationale Übersetzernetzwerk für sprachliche Vielfalt a rede internacional de tradutores pela diversidade linguística la rete internazionale di traduttori per la diversità linguistica la xarxa internacional dels traductors per a la diversitat lingüística översättarnas internationella nätverk för språklig mångfald شبکه بین المللی مترجمین خواهان حفظ تنوع گویش το διεθνής δίκτυο των μεταφραστών για τη γλωσσική ποικιλία международная сеть переводчиков языкового разнообразия Aẓeḍḍa n yemsuqqlen i lmend n uṭṭuqqet n yilsawen dilsel çeşitlilik için uluslararası çevirmen ağı

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Nancy Marie Mithlo


Nancy Marie Mithlo is a Professor of Gender Studies and serves on the Faculty Advisory Committee for American Indian Studies. She earned her doctorate in cultural anthropology from Stanford University in 1993 writing on the negotiated role of contemporary American Indian artists. Her publications include “Our Indian Princess”: Subverting the Stereotype, (School for Advanced Research Press, 2009) and senior editorship of For a Love of His People: The Photography of Horace Poolaw (Yale University Press, 2014), American Indian Curatorial Practice (Wicazo-Sa Review, 2012) and Manifestations: New Native Art Criticism (Museum of Contemporary Native Arts and DAP, 2011). Mithlo’s curatorial work has resulted in nine exhibits at the Venice Biennale. Her forthcoming titles include Senior Editor, American Indian Art 101 (University of New Mexico Press, 2020), Knowing Native Arts (University of Nebraska Press) and A/Part of This World: Indigenous Curation at the Venice Biennale (State University of New York Press). In 2017, she was a Visiting Scholar, UCLA Institute of American Cultures, American Indian Studies Center, a George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Fellow, Brown University and a Getty Research Institute Guest Researcher.



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