November 20, 2020 | ASU Now

Native Narratives program embraces storytelling, supports future leaders


"In the two-year program, Native students from a variety of schools, departments and disciplines within ASU complete specialized courses designed to help them gain tools to effectively share their stories, connect with university mentors and receive ongoing support."




October 13, 2020 | ASU Now

These 12 spring ASU English courses will make you rethink … everything


"Maritza Estrada, the artistic development and research assistant for ASU’s Center for Imagination in the Borderlands and a graduate student in creative writing is the course instructor. Estrada is mentored by center director and Associate Professor Natalie Diaz, a MacArthur Fellow and the Maxine and Jonathan Marshall Chair in Modern and Contemporary Poetry."




June 26, 2020 | The Vera List Center for Art and Politics

2020-2022 Borderlands Fellowship


"The Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School and the Center for Imagination in the Borderlands at Arizona State University (ASU) proudly announce the inaugural Borderlands Fellowship to be awarded biennially to two artists, scholars, or thinkers. The first two fellows selected are artist Maria Hupfield and artist Carolina Caycedo."



June 26, 2020 | ASU Now

Questions of place in a time of uncertainty


"New ASU center partners with prestigious NYC nonprofit to offer inaugural borderlands fellowships that seek to question the role of Indigeneity in our future society."



February 11, 2020 | Phoenix New Times

How Poet Natalie Diaz Is Reimagining the Borderlands


"For Diaz, it’s a way to shift how stories get told, and who gets to tell them. She describes the center as 'an indigenous space at ASU where we can constellate stories, knowledges, and languages from across our many borderlands through conversation and performance.'"



January 24, 2020 | ASU Now

ASU launches Center for Imagination in the Borderlands


"New center brainchild of MacArthur Fellow Natalie Diaz, who aims to reimagine what America’s borderlands can be."