Institute for the Study of Religion and Culture (ISRC)
“Red Medicine: The Unseen Realms in Indigenous Healing” Patrisia Gonzales, Ph.D., Patrisia Gonzales is the author of Red Medicine: Traditional Indigenous Rites of Birthing and Healing (University Press, 2012). As granddaughter of Kickapoo, Commanche and Macehual peoples who migrated throughout the present-day United States and Mexico, Dr. Gonzales apecializes in Indigenous ways of knowing and Indigenous medicine. She is an Assistant Professor in the Mexican American Studies Department and affiliated faculty in the American Studies Program and the Native American Research and Training Center at the University of Arizona.
Tuesday, April 2, 4:30 pm The University of Arizona Poetry Center 1508 East Helen Street (At Vine Avenue) Suggested parking: Highland Garage (Highland Ave. & Helen)
For more information contact: Religious Studies 626-5152 email@example.com http://isrc.arizona.edu
Sponsoring Units: The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies, The Division for Late Medieval & Reformation Studies, The Religious Studies Program & The Center for the Study of Mexican-American &Latin American Religion