The primary goal of this blog is to create a place where Myaamia ‘Miami’ people can talk about our community, our places, our ecological observations, our shared pasts, and provide wide-ranging educational opportunities.
Posts on this blog are regularly authored by a team of people who work at the Myaamia Center at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
|Jarrid Baldwin (biography)||Language and Culture|
|Jonathan Fox (biography)||Education and Special Projects|
|Kristina Fox (biography)||Education and Home Learning|
|George Ironstrack (biography)||History and Ecology|
|Megan Mooney||Miami Tribe Events and Special Projects|
|Megan Sekulich (portfolio)||Artwork|
|Dr. Haley Shea (biography)||NAAT and Psychology|
|Dr. Cameron Shriver (biography)||History and Geography|
|Kara Strass (biography)||Education and Language|
This blog also serves as a forum for asking and responding to questions from both community members and non-members. Please use the comments features to post comments, stories, and questions. You can also email George at ironstgm@MiamiOH.edu.
Aacimotaatiiyankwi is a blog created by and for the Myaamia community. As such, we do not discuss other communities unless we have been given permission to do so. Comments about other communities will typically be deleted. Our goal is to share educational materials and we will monitor all comments for factual accuracy. We also do our best to foster a safe learning environment in which abusive and derogatory language will not be tolerated.
Updated: February 11, 2022