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Janice Rice

Senior Academic Librarian-Emerita

College of Letters & Science I General Library System

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Janice Rice is a member of Ho-Chunk Nation & 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.

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Walk With Me Among My Homelands: Hear the Echos of My Ancestors

This talk covers culture, philosophy, teachings, values, and land stewardship.

Ho-Chunk History: Removal Era & Return

This talk touches on ancient culture, treaty era, removal, and revitalization of the Ho-Chunks.

American Indian Literature

This talk covers information about classic and contemporary American Indian literature and writers.

Red Power

This talk covers activism and the evolution of American Indian movements in education.