We are happy to announce about a virtual event on Navajo and technology featuring Albert Haskie. This event will be hosted on September 19th, 2023, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Please check our Eventbrite page for this presentation.
In this presentation, we’ll directly connect Navajo culture and language with coding and math. We’ll discuss discrete math, software development, and Navajo culture to show the significant ties between these areas. Discover how Navajo culture and language impact coding and math, gaining a better understanding of their shared influences and the intriguing connections between tradition and technology.
We are happy to announce about a virtual event on Navajo weaving demonstration featuring Ilene Naegle. This demonstration will be hosted on November 28th, 2022, from 2 to 4 pm. You can join us via Zoom (UNM account required) or at the Language Learning Center (Ortega Hall, 1st floor, Lab 1) at UNM.
Join the upcoming social event about Diné stories about death, the afterlife, grief, and renewal on November 17th, 2022, from 5 to 7 pm.
Steven A. Darden (Diné/Cheyenee) will give a Presentation on his historic research to reclaim Diné traditional knowledge about death, the afterlife, grief, and Navajo Nation policies on burial practices. Ultimately, these narratives he collected are about care, responsibility, hope and renewal.