Indigenous Informants and American Anthropologists
On January 13th, Dr. Margaret Bruchac of the University of Connecticut gave a talk entitled 'Consorting with Savages: Indigenous Informants and American Anthropologists' as part of the Department's colloquium series. The entire talk can be viewed here. Dr. Bruchac, of Abenaki Indian descent, is a scholar, performer, and historical consultant who specializes in interpretations and representations of northeastern Native American Indian peoples, from the colonial era to the present. For more information about Dr. Bruchac and her work, check out her web profiles through The School for Advanced Research and The University of Connecticut, or her website, here.