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Indigenous Perspectives on Women and Fertility

Presented by Utah Museum of Fine Arts at Online/Virtual Space, Online/Virtual UT

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Aug 10 2021
Indigenous Perspectives on Women and Fertility

How has the female body and its ability for procreation been perceived in art and society? Women and fertility are at the center of cultures around the world—this is particularly true for Mesoamerican civilizations. Explore art and indigenous philosophies that pay homage to women and their power to create life.

Presenters 
Luke Kelly, associate curator of collections and antiquities, Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Dr. Brenda Romero, assistant professor of Spanish at the department of world

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