History, Tradition, Performance

Marge Bruchac - Media Interviews

(partial list out of more than 60 newspaper, radio, tv, & film interviews to date)

Interviewed by Katherine Unger Baillie for "Penn's Margaret Bruchac Uses Unique Approach to Identify Native American Objects." Penn News. Philadelphia, PA.

• Interviewed by Flannery Davis for Soul Food, 2011-2012 SAR Annual Review. School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe, NM. 
• Profiled by Val Doughty for Avery Point Faculty Profile: Marge Bruchac.” University of Connecticut at Avery Point, Groton, CT.
• Profiled as "2011-2012 Katrin H. Lamon Resident Scholar" by School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe, NM. 
• Interviewed by Christine Buckley for “The Impact of Anthropology on Native American Culture.” CLAS Today (College of Liberal Arts and Sciences), University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
• Interviewed by Howard Mansfield for “Four Centuries of King Philip’s War” in Turn and Jump: How Time and Place Fell Apart. Pp. 140-170. Camden, ME: Down East.

• Interviewed by Stefanie Dion Jones for "Native American Studies Gaining Ground at UConn." UConn Today, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.

 Interviewed by Doug Gruse for “Chipping Away at History.” PostStar, Glens Falls, NY. November 25, 2009.
• Interviewed by Steve Grant for "Series Explores How What We Eat Now Is Linked To Our Past." The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT. 

• Interviewed for “Wilderness Camp Inspires Wabanaki Students to Write From a Traditional Mindset.” Bureau of Indian Education Newsletter, Fall 2009 2(2):1,3. 

• Script writing and performance with Gary Farmer for "Anadabijou’s Dream/Champlain’s Encounter." Queen City Radio Hour produced by Jay Craven for Vermont Public Radio, Burlington, VT. 
• Abenaki scholar and consultant for The Forgotten War: The Struggle for North America. Documentary for Mountain Lake Public Broadcasting, Plattsburgh, NY.  
Abenaki scholar and consultant for Champlain: The Lake Between. Documentary produced by Caro Thompson for Vermont Public Television, Burlington, VT.
• Interviewed by Danielle Dreilinger for "Native American Heritage, Identity Examined at Symposium." 
The University Reporter, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA. 
• Hand in Hand performance of "Abenaki Greeting Song" at "Focus the Nation" event at Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA.
 January 31, 2008.

• Interviewed by Dr. Kehaulani Kauanui for
"Indigenous Politics: From Native New England and Beyond," WESU Radio, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT. January 29, 2008. 

• Review by Simon Rodberg of Malian's Song for the
New York Times Books Review, New York, NY. August 13, 2006. 
• Review by Ethan Dezotelle of Malian's Song for the County Courier, Enosburg Falls, VT. September 1, 2006.
• Interviewed by Revan Schendler for "Saving Stories of Those Erased from History" for Talking Portraits: A Series of Oral Histories About Northampton. Northampton, MA: The Daily Hampshire Gazette. August 30, 2004. 
• Interviewed by Susannah Lee for "Captive Lands, Captive Hearts" 
for Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704 website. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association and WFCR Radio. 
• Featured storyteller for "Awesome Forces: The Creation of Lake Champlain" IMAX film installation. Burlington, VT: 
ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain. 
• Abenaki scholar and consultant for Caro Thompson for New England's Great River: Discovering the Connecticut. Burlington, VT: Vermont Public Television.
• Interviewed by Carol Morin for "First Voice: Squaw" on
 Sounds Like Canada, Canadian Broadcasting Company, CBC Radio One. 
• Profiled in "Deep Presence: Abenaki History and Influence." The Monadnock Institute News, Spring 2003:2-3. Franklin Pierce College, Rindge NH.

• Interviewed as author of "1621: A New Look at Thanksgiving" for
C-Span Book TV. November 6, 2001.
• Interviewed by Howard Mansfield for "I Still Live: the Survival of New England’s Native Tribes." Dublin, NH: 
Yankee Magazine, November 2001:52-63, 116. 
• Featured storyteller for "Adirondack Storytellers" for WMHT TV, Schenectady, NY.
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