Thank you for joining the Center for Experimental Ethnography and the Penn Museum for “Settler Colonialism, Slavery, and the Problem of Decolonizing Museums”.
Use the buttons below to jump into session pages, where you can view pre-recorded panel commentaries, read background information. You will also be able to jump into the Vimeo livestreams and Zoom webinars from session pages as soon as they become available. Should you have difficulty accessing the materials, or have any questions, let us know via email (we usually respond within a few hours).
Links below lead to password-protected pages.
You will find your password in the “Preliminary Materials” email, sent the week of October 12, 2021. Please contact us if you are having difficulty locating the password.
The mural depicted in the title image is “Decolonize And Chill/We Are Still Here”, a mural artwork by artist and community activist Jaque Fragua from the Pueblo of Jemez, one of the federally recognized tribes in New Mexico, as well as Ishi Glinsky and Shepard Fairey. It is art created out of an on-going decolonizing space and project called Indian Alley, in Los Angeles, CA. The photograph of the artwork is by wiredforlego (CC BY-NC 2.0).