November 2010 First Person Radio Archives

11/3/2010 First Person Radio

Join us as Rep Karen Clark visits the FPR studio from the 61A district in Mpls. She analyzed and comments on the Nov 2 mid term election MN state local returns.

11/10/2010 First Person Radio

Anton Truer, PhD, joins us for a discussion about his new book, ‘The Assassination of Hole in the Day’, one of the most notable Native political leaders of the 19th century. We also talk about Ojibwe language revitalization, oral tradition and The Academy.

11/17/2010 First Person Radio

After decades of gathering materials, Jean-Nickolaus Tretter has donated his considerable collection to the University’s Special Collections and Rare Books library. One of the largest private collections of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) materials in the world. The Tretter Collection also has the first collection of Native LGBT (Two Spirit) materials in the world.

11/24/2010 First Person Radio

Robert J Miller is the author of NATIVE AMERICA, DISCOVERED AND CONQUERED: THOMAS JEFFERSON, LEWIS AND CLARK, AND MANIFEST DESTINY, (Praeger Publishers, September 2006), in paperback, (University of Nebraska Press, April 2008).

Professor Miller worked with the Stoel Rives law firm 1992-1995 and practiced Indian law with Hobbs, Straus, Dean Walker in 1995-1999. Immediately upon graduating, Professor Miller clerked for Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlain, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.