Grace Chaillier Interview Transcript
|Title:||Grace Chaillier Interview Transcript.|
Chaillier, Grace, Interviewee
Runde, Justin, Interviewer
Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives, contributor
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Grace Chaillier discusses her academic origins and educational background and her motivation to teach Native American Studies. She also talks about teaching Native American, Women, and Gender Studies classes, teaching on the topic of Boarding/Residential Schools in the United States and Canada, her own tribal affiliation, the impact of Indian Boarding/Residential Schools on current Native communities, the Gathering of Nations Powwow, and the annual Learning to Walk Together Powwow.
Oral histories (document genres).
Upper Peninsula (Mich.).
Native American studies.
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