Listee Features — June 25, 2019

Ruth Brennan

RUTH A. BRENNAN

Not wanting to stay in education for the entire duration of her career, Ruth A. Brennan most recently served as an arts columnist for the Rapid City Journal for one decade, previously serving the journal as an arts-staff writer from 1968 to 1983. She began her career teaching at Edison Junior High School in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in 1954, remaining in this position for one year before becoming a registrar/veterans adviser at the University of Colorado Denver extension from 1955 to 1956. In addition to this tenure, Ms. Brennan served on the board of the South Dakota Arts Council from 1988 to 2011, for which she secured funding and programming, and as an arts consultant in planning, building and

Read More »
Lillian Ackerman

LILLIAN ACKERMAN

Focusing her practice on plateau Indian culture, Dr. Lillian Ackerman was raised in an Armenian community and was always interested in how Americans lived. Having friends already involved in the field, she switched to anthropology after reading books that explained questions she had about the differences between the two cultures. Dr. Ackerman has served Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, as a researcher in anthropology since 1982 and adjunct professor since 2001, previously serving as an instructor in anthropology from 1963 to 1965. She began her professional career as a Russian translator at the Arctic Institute of North America in Toronto in 1960, remaining in this position for two years. She later taught anthropology at Wenatchee Valley College in Nespelem,

Read More »

Archives

Categories