USC Lancaster: Native American Studies Center
Friday - June 21, 2013
About This Show
(Originally broadcast 01/18/13) - USC Lancaster's new Native American Studies Center is opened in October, the only Native American Studies Program in the USC system. The center features 6,000 sq feet of gallery space, an oral history recording studio, a Catawba language lab, an archive with photos, documents and recordings of S.C. tribes, and an archaeology lab. It houses the world's largest collection of Catawba pottery.
Dr. Stephen Criswell, the director of the Center, and Dr. Chris Judge, assistant director, join Dr. Edgar to talk about it.