In the Spring of 2013 Natchee Barnd, an Assistant Professor with OSU’s of Ethnic Studies and Native American Studies as part of the School of Language, Culture, and Society, and Natalia Fernández, OSU’s Oregon Multicultural Librarian, interviewed seven student staff members of the Native American Longhouse, Eena Haws, one of OSU’s cultural resource centers. These staff members described their experiences on planning events, community outreach, and their thoughts on the opening of the new cultural center. In Honor of Native American Heritage Month this display shares their stories.
Want to know more? Come see the display in the Valley Library 5th Floor display case across from the elevators and check out the Digital Collection in Flickr
All seven oral histories (transcripts and audio files) are available online:
When: November 1-25, 2013
Where: 5th Floor OSU Valley Library, Display Case Across from the Main Elevators
Who: Display curated by OSU Special Collections & Archives Research Center Student Worker Buddy Martin
And, be sure to check out our previous heritage month displays…
Want to learn more? Contact Oregon Multicultural Librarian Natalia Fernández at firstname.lastname@example.org