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Photo of Dr. Valerie Lambert presenting in front of audience for the Annual Labriola Center Book Award

Annual Labriola Book Award with Dr. Valerie Lambert

Annual Labriola Book Award with Dr. Valerie Lambert This November, the Labriola Center hosted Dr. Valerie Lambert to speak about her book that won this year's Annual Labriola Book Award. Photo of Dr. Valerie Lambert presenting her book, Native Agency...

Group photo of participants who finished their journals at the Coptic Bookbinding workshop.

Labriola Blog: November 2023 Highlights

Highlights from the Labriola Center  This past November, the Labriola Center hosted and partnered on various events that touched on the duality and diversity of Indigenous peoples for Native American Heritage Month. We also hosted the winner of the Labriola Center's Annual Book Award, Dr. Valerie L...

Portrait of Valerie Lambert

Author Valerie Lambert to deliver Labriola Center National Book Award lecture

The Labriola National American Indian Data Center at the ASU Library has announced that “Native Agency: Indians in the Bureau of Indian Affairs” by Valerie Lambert is the recipient of the center’s National Book Award. The annual award recognizes scholarship in American Indian and Indigenous studies....

Photo of Labriola Center Staff and AISS Staff dressed up for Halloween

Labriola Blog: October 2023 Highlights

Highlights from the Labriola Center October's events at the Labriola National American Indian Data Center oscillated around themes of Indigenous identity in academia, which includes the Office of Indian Education's Symposium, Vina Begay's Archive Wednesday, a book talk with Ramona Emerson, and the ...

Photo of poets at the Indigneous Open Mic Poetry Night

Labriola Blog: September 2023 Highlights

Highlights from the Labriola Center September's events at the Labriola National American Indian Data Center set the foundation for this fall 2023. We began with an Indigenous Comic Book Workshop with Kayla Shaggy, a Dine' zine creator and artist within the Phoenix Valley. Then we ended our month wi...

Photo of tribal seals printed out with crayons and markers available on a white table for Indigenous students at SPIRIT program.

Labriola Blog: August 2023 Highlights

Highlights from the Labriola Center This past August, the Labriola Center hosted Indigenous ASU students from SPIRIT in partnership with American Indian Student Support Services. The Center also collaborated with Alliance of Indigenous Peoples to host a Welcome for new and returning students at bot...

Photo featuring title of display with two books from Fletcher Library's Open Stacks on either side. Display sign designed by Ashley Davis (Navajo).

Labriola Blog: July 2023 Highlights

Highlights from the Labriola Center This past July, the Labriola Center held a virtual book club and designed a book display in Fletcher Library honoring Arizona Tribes by sharing their tribal seals, a brief description of their community and QR code linked to their tribal website. You can view the...