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2007 Native Writers Series #1 - Nora Naranjo-Morse

Complete Lecture: http://americanindian.si.edu/nw07/schedule.html?siref=youtube&video=2007Naranjo September 19, 2007 Nora Naranjo-Morse (Pueblo Santa Clara) is a sculptor, printmaker, writer, and filmmaker. She is from a prominent family of Santa Clara potters, including her mother Rose Naranjo. Naranjo-Morse received her bachelor's degree in social welfare from the College of Santa Fe. As a modern Pueblo woman, Naranjo-Morse addresses issues of family, womanhood, and environmental concerns. Her book, Mud Woman: Poems from the Clay (University of Arizona Press, 1992), is a collection of poems. Naranjo-Morse will also read new works inspired by her outdoor sculpture Always Becoming, being unveiled at the NMAI on September 21. Complete Lecture: http://americanindian.si.edu/nw07/schedule.html?siref=youtube&video=2007Naranjo
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