The most valuable experience that has come from our work has been the relationships that we’ve established between Red Cliff, the University, guest lecturers, the library and information community, and several other tribes and bands across the state.  Thank you to all of our partners and colleagues who’ve helped us immensely in our learning experience.  We look forward to continued collaborations.

Special thanks to architect Christian Schaller for donating his time and work to the Red Cliff Tribal Library planning and development project.

TLAM Advisors

  • Louise Robbins, Professor and past Director, SLIS
  • Michele Besant, Library Director, SLIS Laboratory Library
  • Janice Rice, Senior Academic Librarian, College Library
  • Sunny Kim, Associate Professor, SLIS

Kauffman Advisors

Guest Lecturers

Guest lecturers Amy Cooper Cary, Mark Thiel, and Troy Reeves discuss tribal archives.

Amy Cooper Cary, Mark Thiel, and Troy Reeves.

  • Larry Nesper, Associate Professor, Anthropology and American Indian Studies
  • Doug Kiel, Doctoral Student, History
  • Skott Vigil, Doctoral Student, History
  • Patty Loew, Associate Professor, Life Sciences and American Indian Studies
  • J.P. Leary, American Indian Studies Consultant, Wisconsin DPI
  • Peter Gottlieb, State Archivist, Wisconsin Historical Society
  • Ann Koski, Museum Director, Wisconsin Historical Society
  • Richard Monette, Associate Professor of Law
  • Rica Dieterle, Distance Services & Outreach Coordinator, Ebling Library
  • Nancy Mithlo, Assistant Professor, American Indian Studies and Art History
  • Tom Jones, Assistant Professor, Photography
  • Amy Cooper Cary, Archival Studies Program Coordinator, UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies (SOIS)
  • Mark Thiel, CA (Certified Archivist), Archivist, Raynor Memorial Libraries, Marquette University
  • Troy Reeves, Head, Oral History Program
  • Loriene Roy, Professor, UT-Austin, School of Information
  • Rand Valentine, Professor, Linguistics and American Indian Studies
  • Martina Gast, Law Student
  • Jeremy Marshall, Law Student
  • Zora Sampson, Director UW-Platteville Library
  • David George-Shongo, Jr., Seneca Nation Archivist
  • Ryan Comfort, Act 31 Coordinator, School of Education

Partnering Wisconsin Bands and Tribes

Gabe admiring the mural at the Potawatomi Cultural Center.

Gabe admiring the mural in the library at the Potawatomi Cultural Center.

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