A short while ago, UWM Journalism student, Ed Makowski, interviewed Junior, Nathon. He is also a participate in the EQI Undergraduate Research program for Native students. We drum in Bolton Hall on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. If you ever hear us, feel free to stop and join us. Drumming and singing are good medicine. A medicine we can all use. Help us keep our circle of humanity complete.
Read the story here: UW-Milwaukee’s Pow Wow Has Deep American Indian Roots
This year the International Algonuian language conference is being hosted by the Electa Quinney Institute at UWM. The conference will take place on the UWM campus from October 13th through October 16th. Each year an international, interdisciplinary community of scholars… 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.
Many languages disappear every year. In a race against time, language researchers are using digital technology to preserve those tongues from extinction. Student Science explores how languages can be preserved and renewed before the last speakers walk on.