NEWS

Keep up with Haley's latest news, events, and press.
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WESTERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION

October 12-15, 2022

Join me for the 62nd Annual Western History Association Conference, which is scheduled for October 12-15, 2022, in San Antonio, Texas, at the Hyatt Regency. I will be presenting my dissertation research there as well as chairing a panel of scholars whose research is on Indian Boarding schools. #WHA22 #wearenotyoursavages

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THE DAILY INTERLAKE

February 3, 2022

KALICO Art Center announces its first exhibition of 2022, “Imagining Ourselves: Celebrating Indigenous Culture, Color, and Vibrancy” by artist Haley Rains.

POPULAR CULTURE ASSOCIATION

April 13-16, 2022

Join me for my presentation, We Are Not Your Savages: Deconstructing the Myth of the American Frontier through Native American Visual Sovereignty, at the 2022 Popular Cultural Association’s Annual Conference. I will be presenting in the Mythology in Contemporary Culture section #PCAACA22

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NATIVE AMERICAN MEDIA ALLIANCE - UNSCRIPTED WORKSHOP

October 1, 2021

I am one of eight participants who have been selected for the inaugural Unscripted Workshop hosted by Native American Media Alliance. Sponsored by Comcast NBCUniversal, A+E, Yahoo!, CNN, Turner Sports, and the Cherokee Nation Film Office.

I AM WHO I SAY I AM: RECLAIMING NATIVE AMERICAN IDENTITY THROUGH VISUAL SOVEREIGNTY

September 28, 2021

"I Am Who I Say I Am: Reclaiming Native American Identity through Visual Sovereignty." Check out my piece for Imagining America in which I talk about my publicly engaged scholarship and art and the importance of Native American self-representation in media and popular culture.

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OF COMMUNITY AND CULTURE: A SNAPSHOT OF TRIBAL COLLEGE ALUMNI

August 23, 2021

Check out my interview with the Tribal College Journal (Volume 33, No. 1 - Fall 2021) where I discuss my journey from a Tribal College/University (TCU) graduate to a Ph.D. student and college instructor and how being a TCU graduate has uniquely qualified me for a career in higher education.

2021 UC DAVIS ARTS & HUMANITIES GRADUATE EXHIBITION

June 10 - September 6, 2021

Check out my virtual exhibit at the Manetti Shrem Museum and view my photo collection, “A Good Day to Garden,” which is part of the photography component of We Are Not Your Savages. It features Christina Thomas (Northern Paiute/Western Shoshone/Hopi) and her son, Jace.

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