Dr. Daisy Ocampo Participates in the Inaugural FCE and Pfau Inaugural FCE and Pfau Library Faculty Video Series
On April 29th, 2021, Dr. Daisy Ocampo participated in the Faculty Center for Excellence and the Pfau Library inaugural Video Archive Series. The objective is to create rich, high-quality presentations and interviews archive with CSUSB faculty about their scholarly publications and/or creative works. This material will be archived, have a further pedagogical approach, and be more accessible to faculty and students in curriculums, as we are hopeful that our colleagues can teach each others' content as they see fit.
Dr. Daisy Ocampo presented on her work titled “People of the Land: Preserving Indigenous Sacred Sites” Dr. Daisy Ocampo and Distinguished Professor Cliff Trafzer (UCR) served as her discussant. Her work discusses the relationship between sacred sites and Native communities, an often overlooked component of soceignty and social justice today. Colonization disrupted this relationship and continues to do so through local, state, and federal preservation entities.