Linda Grover

Annie Dugan issues an assignment to listeners: to read Linda Grover's "The Dance Boots" by the end of the month so you can take part in the Duluth Public Library/Duluth Art Institute's One Book, One Community events, including a book discussion and an exhibit of the pow-wow photographs of Ivy Vainio.  Annie Dugan is the curator of the Duluth Art Institute and she has the details:

Women's Words on October 19 featured Linda LeGarde Grover of Duluth reading an excerpt from her book The Road Back to Sweetgrass.

10/19 Women's Words: Linda LeGarde Grover

Women's Words on Sunday, September 23 featured Dr. Linda LeGarde Grover, reading an excerpt of her manuscript The Road Back to Sweetgrass, a work that received the 2008 Native Writers Circle of the Americas First Book Award.

Eastman Johnson

Linda Grover, curator of Ojibwe Faces and Stories, the St. Louis County Historical Society's newest traveling exhibit, speaks with Radio gallery about the American painter Eastman Johnson and his experience in 1856 recording the lives of the native Ojibwe.

Radio Gallery 02-02-2011: Linda Grover

Dr. Linda Grover is a professor of American Indian Studies at UMD, a member of the Bois Forte band of Ojibwe, and the guest curator of the St. Louis County Historical Society's "Ojibwe Faces and Stories" exhibit. She talks about the artist, Eastman Johnson, and his partnership with the Ojibwe communities he painted.