Gorman Welcomes New Director and Curator

Bauer Jr., William J.
July 2005
News from Native California;Summer2005, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p9
Focuses on the appointment of photographer and artist Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie as assistant professor of Native American studies and director of the Carl Nelson Gorman Museum at the University of California in Davis. Selection of Veronica Passalacqua to assume the role of Tsinhnahjinnie as curator of the Gorman Museum; Educational and career background of Tsinhnahjinnie and Passalacqua; Contributions of Tsinhnahjinnie to the museum; Plans of Tsinhnahjinnie and Passalacqua for the museum.


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