Please join the AIS Dept. in celebrating the work of this important Native educator, activist and notable alum from the University of San Diego (USD).
Below is a flier for the event on Thursday September 22 (5 – 7pm) on the campus of the University of San Diego, Forum B.
Prof. Patricia Dixon Celebration
The Pala Band of Mission Indians is holding their annual powwow this coming weekend (August 26 – 28, 2011). Here is the website for more information:
(select “Honoring Traditions” hyperlink)
The Palomar College Native American Club is going to be presenting their work at the Discover Palomar event on August 22 and August 23, 2011. If you are in the area please take a moment to come by, say “Hello!” to the students and show your support.
The Native American Club can be reached on Facebook:
(Luiseño: ‘Hello, come on in!’)
Welcome to the Palomar College American Indian Studies/American Studies Department website. American Indian Studies offers courses that cover Native American cultures from ancient times until the present. Our academic approach is holistic and multi-disciplinary. This includes archaeology, history, humanities, ethnology, sociology, and political science. Each of these in their applied perspectives contribute to knowledge relevant to cultural and political influence of American Indian people on the nation and the world. The American Indian Studies Department also includes the American Studies Program at Palomar College.
Information about the AIS/AS Department and our Pauma Education Center located on the Pauma Indian Reservation can be obtained by contacting:
American Indian Studies/American Studies Department
Administrative Department Assistant: Martha Collins
Phone: (760) 744-1150 ex. 2425
Fax: (760) 761-3564
Department Chair: Patricia Dixon
Phone: (760) 744-1150 ex. 2427
Palomar College at the Pauma Education Center
Education Center Specialist: Naida Garcia (Luiseño)
Phone: (760) 742-1121
Fax: (760) 742-4643