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New Law Library Exhibit: 20 Years of Indigenous Advocacy: Indigenous Law Since Time Immemorial

by Jaime Valenzuela on 2021-10-25T09:15:00-07:00 | Comments

The Law Library invites you to view and interact with our latest exhibition, “20 Years of Indigenous Advocacy: Indigenous Law Since Time Immemorial.” Available physically and digitally, this exhibit is curated by me and Law Library Fellows, Jen Bedier and Francesco Fasano, with guidance from various members of our Law Library Team. Our work aims to spotlight the 20th anniversary of the creation of the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program (IPLP) here at the James E. Rogers College of Law, the creation of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples mandate, and the scholarly contribution of IPLP alumnus (2014) and current SJD student Joseph K. Austin.

Upper Level Exhibit Case 1               Upper Level Exhibit Case 2

The Law Library’s latest exhibit includes several firsts: It is the first physical exhibit following Arizona Law’s return to campus. It is the first time Jen and Francesco curated an exhibit physically and digitally. This exhibit spotlights a first edition of The Cheyenne Way which contains an inscription and drawings by one of the book's co-authors, E. A. Hoebel. 

Reading Room Exhibit Case 1               Reading Room Exhibit Case 2

The physical exhibit is located on both the upper level (near the Circulation Desk) and lower level (inside the Reading Room) of the Law Library and will remain on display until January. The physical exhibit was installed shortly before the IPLP conference titled 20 Years of Indigenous Advocacy: A Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples held on October 6th and 7th. To view the four panels from that conference, see the University of Arizona Law's YouTube channel.

The online exhibit can be accessed here and via the Law Library Special Collections page where it will remain accessible indefinitely. 


As always, if you have any research related questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us! We are happy to help here at the law library.

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