About

The Myaamia Center is focused on deepening Myaamia connections through research, education, and outreach.

The Center, a Miami Tribe of Oklahoma initiative located within an academic setting, serves the needs of the Myaamia people, Miami University, and partner communities through research, education, and outreach that promote Myaamia language, culture, knowledge, and values.

The Myaamia Center has two main purposes:

  1. To conduct in-depth research to assist tribal educational initiatives aimed at the preservation of language and culture. This research is used to create a wide range of educational models and materials for community language and cultural programs.
  2. To expose undergraduate and graduate students at Miami University to tribal efforts in language and cultural revitalization. Student experiences are gained through a wide range of activities, including visits to Oklahoma, direct involvement in research initiatives, class visitations by Center staff, and access to Miami Tribe language and cultural resources.

The Myaamia Center is directly supported by the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University. Anyone committed to helping perpetuate Miami language and culture for future generations is welcome to participate. Contact our office to get involved.

Contact Us

The Myaamia Center
351 E Spring St
200 Bonham House
Miami University
Oxford, OH 45056

(513) 529-5648 (Phone)
(513) 529-9234 (Fax)

Miami Tribe and Miami University

Over the years, a thriving and mutually enriching relationship has developed between the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University. Each activity, project, class, and visit is one piece of a much broader, continuously developing relationship.

Learn more about this relationship.

A Logo, A Relationship

ribbonwork

The Myaamia Heritage Logo references the traditional Miami Tribe art form of ribbonwork and symbolizes the unique relationship between the University and Tribe.

The Myaamia Heritage Logo does not replace any current symbols used by Miami University or the Miami Tribe.