Please join us as we celebrate the artwork created by inaugural AISC & EQI Artist in Residence, Sam Zimmerman (Ojibwe) and UWM students. We will also celebrate the multiple Native languages taught at UWM with language tables and a live… Read More
“Niizhosagoons gemaa Nisosagoons Daso-biboonagad” / “Two or Three Thousand Years” This publication by Broadside Press, was a collaboration with the words by Margaret Noodin and the art by Meghan Keane. Broadside Press, founded in 2005, has the mission of putting… Read More
(The Milwaukee Panthers Drum)
The current care taker of the drum is UWM student, Nathon Breu. For his Honor’s Senior Thesis, he wrote about the history of the Anishinaabek Big Drum. How this one specific, Gete Dewe’igan, and how this dewe’igan came to be part of the community, and how she functions to promote well-being in this community. You can read this essay via a PDF here: Minowakiing Chibizhiwag Dewe’igan
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
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.