Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: UMD Library Rotunda Duluth
As part of UMD’s Department of American Indian Studies 40th Anniversary Commemorative Year celebrations, a faculty and student research showcase will be held on Tues., Mar. 12 from 5-7pm in the UMD Library Rotunda.
Projects and publications will be displayed, and American Indian Studies faculty and students will be available to share and discuss their research.
Among the faculty presenters will be Tadd Johnson, department head; Jill Doerfler, assistant professor; Joseph Bauerkemper, assistant professor; Erik Redix, assistant professor; Ed Minnema, assistant professor; and LeGarde Grover.
Faculty topics presented will include “Native Report” public television show, non-fiction work, including “A Citizen’s Guide to the White Earth Constitution: Highlights and Reflections" co-written by Doerfler with Gerald Vizenor, published in The White Earth Nation: Ratification of a Native Democratic Constitution, and fiction writing including The Dance Boots by LeGarde Grover.
Student presenters will be Mary Anderson, Ashley Compton, Jay Gilpin, Elyse Lawrey, and Garrett Soper.
To request disability accommodations, please contact Linda LeGarde Grover, Department of American Indian Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org, 218-726-7723.