Prof. Patty Loew
I'm a professor in the Medill School of Journalism
at Northwestern University and Co-Director of NU's Center for Native American and Indigenous Research. I'm a documentary producer, and former broadcast journalist in public and commercial television. A citizen of Mashkiiziibii (Bad River Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe), I am the author of four books: Native People of Wisconsin, which is used by 20,000 Wisconsin school children as a social studies textbook; Teachers Guide to Native People of Wisconsin; Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance and Renewal; and Seventh Generation Earth Ethics, a collection of biographies of Native American environmental leaders. I have produced many documentaries for public and commercial television, including Way of the Warrior, which aired nationally on PBS in 2007 and 2011. My outreach work focuses on Native American youth and digital storytelling.
“ImagiNative: An Indigenous History of Northwestern."
Virtual speech to NEO (Northwestern Emeriti Organization), Dec. 8, 1pm
Wisconsin Water Week
March 10, 2021
Indigenous Tour of Northwestern University
Welcome to the Northwestern Indigenous Tour produced by Medill School of Journalism students and the Northwestern Center for Native American and Indigenous Research. During this tour, you’ll visit fourteen landmarks on Northwestern’s campus and learn more about the past histories and present realities of Native peoples, places, and events and how they are tied to Northwestern University.
Here is the StoryMap tour, produced by Alex Schwartz, Maddie Jarrard and the wonderfully talented students in my Media History class in the Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications.
Here is a GPS-guided Northwestern Indigenous Walking Tour on the Echoes App. It was produced by Jeffrey Nils Gardner and Sarah D. Espinoza for the Center for Native American and Indigenous Research in conjunction with the Medill School and the School of Communication's Sound Arts and Industries Program.