Sharon Small and Betty Matthews
Carling Malouf talks about what he calls “common denominators” among the many cultures of the world. He goes on to talk about his involvement with President Lyndon Johnson’s Head Start program. Malouf also discusses the development of the Sociology and Anthropology of Social Welfare joint department at the University of Montana. He recalls his concerns with a Montana state legislator, who sponsored a bill preventing state universities from printing academic journals. Malouf describes his role as a consultant on the Governor’s Task Force for Native Americans and the creation of the Lands Claim Commission. He goes on to discuss the tensions between different Native American tribes in Montana, and how that affected the acceptance of Jesuits among the tribes.
Anthropology; Ethnology; Native American tribes; Native American tribes, Montana; Native American religion, Head Start program, Montana; Johnson, Lyndon Baines; University of Montana; Montana politics; Governor’s Task Force for Native Americans, Montana; Lands Claim Commission
Montana; California; Utah
Carling I. Malouf Oral History Project, OH 441, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library
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Oral History Number
1 sound cassette (01:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (13 p.: 28 cm.)
Malouf, Carling I., "Carling I. Malouf Interview, October 5, 2004" (2004). Carling I. Malouf Oral History Project. 3.