Dr. Mary Hermes on First Person Radio 9/11/2013

 

Please join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 as she talks with Dr. Mary Hermes, Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN campus. Prior to that she was an Assistant Professor and Associate Professor in the Department of Education Eni-Gikendaasoyang Center for Indigenous Knowledge and Language Revitalization, University of Minnesota Duluth, Waadookodaading Ojibwe Language Immersion School 2000-05, Founder, Director, Co-Teacher and Curriculum Developer 2000-2005, and Assistant Professor 9/96- 7/00 Department of Educational Studies, Carleton College.

 

Some of Dr. Hermes' print and media includes:
 

Hermes, M (2010), Producer,  Ojibwemodaa! Complete immersion software. Hayward Wisconsin and Nashua NH: Grassroots Indigenous Multimedia and Transparent Language.

Hermes, M. (2007). Moving towards the language: Reflections on language as culture in

Native American education. Journal of American Indian Education.

Hermes, M. (2006). Reclaiming Stolen Words: Sinte Gleska instructor teaches evolution

of Lakota language, Tribal College Journal, 18 (2) 20.

Hermes, M. & Uran C. (2006). Treaties That Dominate and Literacy That Empower? I

Wish It Was All in Ojibwemowin, Anthropology and Education, 37 (4): 393-398.

Hermes, M. (2005). Ma'iingan is just a misspelling of the word wolf': Ojibwe language

and culture in the context of schooling. Anthropology and Education, 36 (1): 43-56.

Hermes, M. (2004). Starting an indigenous immersion school: The gut-wrenching startup

years” in E. Meiners and F. Ibáñez-Carrasco Public Acts/Desires for Literacies

and Social Changes, New York: Routledge.

 

 

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September 11, 2013

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