In this installment of the podcast, BGC alums Juliana Fagua-Arias and Jessie Mordine Young speak with scholars, artists, and educators working with Indigenous textiles and textile history of the southwestern United States and Mexico.
Juliana Fagua-Arias received her MA from Bard Graduate Center in 2021, where her research focused on the material culture of colonial Latin America and the transpacific trade. She is currently pursuing her PhD in the Department of History of Art and Visual Studies at Cornell University.

Jessie Mordine Young
is a Brooklyn-based artist who researches, writes about, curates, makes, and teaches textile art. She earned her MA from Bard Graduate Center in 2021. She works as an adjunct professor in the MFA Textiles Program and the School of Constructed Environments at the Parsons School of Design in New York City.