Daryl Baldwin, Director, Myaamia Center, Miami University
Wednesday, March 15 @ 7.30pm
Harry T. Wilks Conference Center, Miami University Hamilton
Daryl Baldwin is a Class of 2016 MacArthur Fellow
Since 1972 the Miami Tribe and Miami University have been partnering to achieve both university and tribal community educational goals. This partnership is unique and has grown considerably over the last 40+ years. Daryl Baldwin, a citizen of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma whose work with the Myaamia Center is a collaborative effort advancing the language and cultural needs of the Myaamia people, will explore many facets of how the tribe and university engage with each other and the resulting impact for both the university and tribal communities.
- Free public event
- Reception to follow
This spring the Michael J. Colligan History Project is excited to welcome two outstanding speakers showcasing the excellence of Miami University research, practice, and scholarship. Join us on March 15 as Daryl Baldwin, 2016 MacArthur Fellow and Director of the Myaamia Center, explores the cultural and educational partnership between Miami University and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma. And join us again on April 18 as we welcome back James Tobin, award-winning author and Miami University Professor of Journalism to learn how FDR defied polio and went on to become President of the United States.
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Spring 2017 Colligan Program
All events are free and open to the public.