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Flowers in the foreground with Tolley Humanities Building in the background.

(Feb. 27, 2024)

Humanities Center Supports Four Spring 2024 Fellows

Research ranges from recovering ancestral foodways, making Black space in the digital age, natural reasoning through virtue to stereotypical Caribbean images.

Mariaelena Huambachano smiling in a red, striped poncho

(Nov. 27, 2023)

Indigenous Studies Researcher Advises the UN on Inequalities in Food Security and Nutrition

A&S scholar, Mariaelena Huambachano, travels the world gathering and sharing research on the wisdom of “Traditional Ecological Knowledge”, while passing it down to the next generation through her teaching at Syracuse.

Sascha Scott portrait

(Nov. 13, 2023)

Sascha T. Scott Receives NFAH Fellowship for Her Work on Modern Pueblo Painting

Associate professor of art history Sascha Scott has been named an inaugural non-residential fellow of the New Foundation for Art History 2023-24 and will use the grant to complete her new book.

Sascha Scott (left) and Scott Manning Stevens (right) with student curator Eiza Capton (center, left) and artist Peter B. Jones (center, right) at the opening of Continuity, Innovation and Resistance.

(Nov. 6, 2023)

Reflecting on the Past, Offering Hope for the Future

Native American students at Syracuse University help curate an exhibition of works by contemporary Haudenosaunee artist Peter B. Jones, illuminating Indigenous culture and history.

(Oct. 25, 2023)

Native American and Indigenous Studies Professor to Present at New York State History Museum

Professor Scott Manning Stevens will examine how museums can navigate the complicated issues around Native American representation in museums.

alumnus Brennen Ferguson (right) and fellow Haudenosaunee External Relations Committee members Kenneth Deer (middle) and Clayton Logan (second from right).

(March 10, 2023)

Sacred Indigenous Objects Find Their Way Home

In “an international act of diplomacy,” Syracuse University alumnus Brennen Ferguson ’19 helps repatriate ceremonial Native American items from a museum in Geneva, Switzerland.

Portrait of Scott Stevens.

(Dec. 21, 2021)

$1.5M Grant to Strengthen Indigenous Studies

Read more about the establishment of the Center for Global Indigenous Cultures and Environmental Justice.