April 18, 2013
Native Americans in the Midwest: Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges

Do you teach American History, Literature, Anthropology, or State and Local History? Do you have an interest in making those courses richer and involving new narrative and voices? Then apply to be a part of Native Americans in the Midwest: Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges (http://www.bccc-nam.org/). We still have spaces to fill for this NEH sponsored project.

Accepted applicants will attend a conference each summer from 2013-2015 featuring faculty and tribal members on the cutting edge of Midwestern Native American History and Issues. They will also receive a stipend of $1,000 per year to cover time and travel; will receive readings, resources; and the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues across the humanities and social sciences at the sites where history happened and the narrative continues to be written.

Apply now (http://www.bccc-nam.org/?page_id=58) to be a part of this enriching project to increase knowledge of existing research and scholarship on the history Ten Historic Midwestern Tribes and their removal; experience contemporary Native American cultural; and participate in a community of learning and research. Any questions? Contact Molly Uline-Olmstead, muline-olmstead@ohiohistory.org.

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