Margaret (Marge) Bruchac is of Abenaki Indian descent, is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut at Storrs, and Coordinator of the Native American Studies Program at the University of Connecticut at Avery Point. She serves as the Repatriation Research Liaison for the Five College Repatriation Committee. Dr. Bruchac has been a Five College Fellow at Amherst College, and Visiting Indigenous Fellow at Harvard University. She is an award-winning children’s book writer, a storyteller, and a singer. Bruchac consults for the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Old Sturbridge Village, and Historic Deerfield, among other museums. She serves as a Trustee of Plimoth Plantation, an advisor to Plimoth’s Wampanoag Indigenous Program, and a member of the Indigenous Archaeology Advisory Board for the World Archaeological Congress. Her research engages with historical landscapes, museum representations, popular memory, and the circulation and repatriation of cultural patrimony. She is also a cultural performer, rooted in Algonkian Indian oral traditions.
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