If You Go
Date: October 25, 2007
Where: ATLAS Center, Room 100
Modern Indian Identity
My Father’s Stories: Remembering Oklahoma
The Center presents Dr. Eva Marie Garroutte in this fall’s Modern Indian Identity lecture. Professor Garroutte is the author of Real Indians: Identity, Community, and the Survival of Native America. In this talk, Professor Garroutte blends her father’s stories of growing up in the Cherokee Nation of the 1930s with her own recent experiences as a tribal citizen working in the field of American Indian health. Reception to follow.