In This Installment of Access the Experts
Native American Studies Director and Associate Professor of Religious Studies Brady DeSanti, Ph.D., answers the question: "Are there any Native American languages that are still spoken in Nebraska, and which ones are available for everyday folks to learn?”
An enrolled citizen of the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Nation in Wisconsin, DeSanti’s research interests include Native American religious traditions and religion and popular culture. He also examines Native American history and the relationships between Native American peoples and anthropologists and historians. His research touches upon many topics within Native American Studies.
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