Marquette Indigeneity Lab launches website 

An icon graphic representing A Culture of Inclusion from the Beyond Boundries Strategic PlanThe Indigeneity Lab at Marquette University has launched a website to highlight the research of the lab, which includes:

  • The Indigenous Milwaukee Mapping Project directed by Dr. Bryan Rindfleisch, associate professor of history in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences
  • The Indigenous Wild Rice Project directed by Dr. Michael Schläppi, professor of biological sciences in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences
  • Native American Mission and Boarding School research directed by Dr. Samantha Majhor, assistant professor of English in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences

The Indigeneity Lab website aims to inform and create an entry point for the Marquette community as well as Indigenous communities and outside scholars. 

The Indigeneity Lab, funded by the Joerres Family Fund for Experiential Learning, was founded in the spring of 2021 as a new opportunity for undergraduates to robustly collaborate with both Native and non-Native faculty on several interrelated cross-disciplinary research projects in the sciences and humanities focused on Indigenous topics.

Learn more about the lab on Marquette Today.