Assistant Professor Marge Bruchac on the Power of Restorative Methodologies

Penn News reports on Assistant Professor Marge Bruchac and her unique approach to identifying Native American objects, explaining that "[h]er approach, which she refers to as 'restorative methodologies,' involves tapping into multiple data streams, including oral traditions, material analysis, university archives, anthropological publications, craft technologies and social memory." To read more, check out the full story, here or Dr. Bruchac's research blog On the Wampum Trail.

In the upcoming Fall 2014 semester, Dr. Bruchac will be offering two courses: ANTH 002 001- Intro to Cultural Anthropology and ANTH 328 001- Performing Culture: Native American Arts.