Although her tenor as Wisconsin’s Poet Laureate has ended, she is still busy sharing her work. Anishinaabe poet and former Wisconsin Poet Laureate Kimberly Blaeser speaks with Janet McAdams, Robert P. Hubbard Professor in Poetry at Kenyon College, about picto-poems, watery… Read More
As part of the AIS 101: Introduction to American Indian Studies students submit a final project that is an open ended artistic expression, expanding or reflecting upon a topic (or many topics) covered in class. This is one of those… Read More
The 48th Algonquian Conference is hosted by the Electa Quinney Institute for American Indian Education at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Events will be held on the UWM Campus with the Saturday celebration dinner at the Indian Community School…. Read More
Michigan Radio interviewed Margaret Noodin, Director of the Electa QUinney Institute, and an Assistant Professor of English and American Indian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Margaret Noodin has made it her life’s work to fight for the future of… Read More
In this edition of the popular NPR series, “All Tech Considered”, reporter Lydia, Emanouilidou explores the role that social media can (and does play) in language revitalization.