Raymond DeMallie
Date of Birth  :
1946-10-16
Place of Birth  :
Bloomington, Indiana
Country  :
United States
Field of Expertise  :
Ethnohistorical archaeology
Educational background  :

B.A. with Honors (1968)

M.A. (1970)

Ph.D. (1971) in anthropology from the University of Chicago.

Acheivements / Contributions  :

  • DeMallie is also an addition professor of Folklore at Indiana University.
  • Dr. DeMallie is guardian of North American Ethnology at Matherís Museum at Indiana University.
  • The Museum itself is devoted to preserving information of world cultures and collecting material culture.
  • He is the Director of the American Indian Studies Research Institute in Bloomington, Indiana.
  • The Institute is devoted to research and educational projects centered on the American Indians.
Bibliography  :
When the Tree Flowered: The Story of Eagle Voice, a Sioux Indian (New Edition),Dakota Texts,Plains (Handbook of North American Indians) Part 1 & 2 Volume13 (v. 13).