La Canoa Legacy Talks - Giving Baque: On Hemispheric Indigeneities and the Southern Border of New Mexico
This lecture was part of the La Canoa lecture series presented by UNM's Center for Regional Studies and the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Building on and departing from the work of interethnic thought leaders in New Mexico, Dr. Gregorio Gonzales considers how competing logics of settler statecraft and Native American nationhood operate in a place of both Native and nuevomexicanx led struggles for political autonomy and religious liberty. The current humanitarian crisis along New Mexico’s southern border demonstrates the urgency of Indigenous transnational existences as they transit and transgress the political integrities of settler states and tribal nations alike. Dr. Gonzales discusses the significance of New Mexico in building bridges of critical understanding and alliance inside this vital thoroughfare between Native America and Latin America.
Gonzales, Gregorio. "La Canoa Legacy Talks - Giving Baque: On Hemispheric Indigeneities and the Southern Border of New Mexico." (2019). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/crs_presentations/8