Our Mission: "Giving Voice to Diverse Communities Through History."
The Kutsche Office of Local History, located in the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies, is home to the Local History Roundtable as well as different projects helping local groups and people preserve, protect, and retain history that is important to them. This is accomplished through oral histories, supervised internships, research experiences, and fellowships, faculty directed projects and the work of experts in their specific fields.
You can be a part of this exciting initiative by becoming a Friend of the Kutsche Office of Local History by making a gift of $45. Your gift will allow you discounts to future programs of the Kutsche Office of Local History.
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November 17, 2014
Second Native American event set for Wednesday, November 19....
November 13, 2014
Read more about the goals of the new "Gi-gikinomaage-min: Defend Our History, Unlock Your Spirit" project.
November 12, 2014
Hear project coordinator, Belinda Bardwell, and Native News Online editor, Levi Rickert, talk about the Gi-Gikinomaage-min project today at 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Michigan Radio.
November 11, 2014
Project coordinator, Belinda Bardwell, and Native News Online editor, Levi Rickert, were interviewed on WZZM's "Take Five" about the Gi-gikinomaage-min project and the significance of Native American Heritage Month.
November 10, 2014
Simone Jonaitis, project team member on the Gi-gikinomaage-min project, and member of the Native American Advisory Board was interviewed by Shelly Irwin on WGVU. This project is funded in part by the Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the NEH.