Humanities Radio Season Four: November Episodes
In November, in honor of National American Indian Heritage Month, Humanities Radio interviews two associate professors to discuss the Native Places Project and the artist Jetsonorama.
Season 4, Episode 5: Jetsonorama with Chris Ingraham
In honor of National American Indian Heritage Month, Chris Ingraham, associate professor of communication, discusses a man named Chip Thomas, an African-American doctor, photographer and public artist, who lives on the Navajo reservation and does rural street art to showcase the beauty and challenges of the Dine people.
Season 4, Episode 6: Native Places Atlas with Greg Smoak
In honor of National American Indian Heritage Month, Greg Smoak, director of the American West Center and associate professor of history, discusses the Native Places project. A partnership with the Digital Matters Lab, this project sets out to restore indigenous place names to major landscape features and historical and cultural sites with an interactive map centered on Utah.