History Sandwiched In Lecture

History Sandwiched In: Ho-Chunk History - Removal Era and Return

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

12:15-1 pm

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Janice Rice

 

Janice Rice, member of the Ho-Chunk Nation and Senior Academic Librarian-Emerita at UW-Madison, presents a talk on the ancient culture, treaty era, removal, and revitalization of the Ho-Chunk.

Janice Rice is a retired librarian with a focus on American Indian resources, literature, culture, history, language preservation & revitalization. She received her bachelors degree in Education, with an Area of Concentration in American Indian Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She received her MLS & MLS Advanced degree in American Indian Librarianship from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She received the Women of Color in Education Awards from UW-Madison & the UW-System in 2009.

This talk is presented in partnership with the UW–Madison Speakers Bureau.

Next Event in the Series

The next event in the series will take place Tuesday, November 13. 

Location

Wisconsin Historical Museum
Wisconsin Historical Museum, 30 N Carroll St
Madison, WI 53703

Location Information

Four floors of changing exhibit galleries, permanent exhibits and the museum store ― located on Madison's Capitol Square

Accessibility Information

The site is fully accessible to visitors requiring a wheelchair for mobility.