In this final installment of our series on Catawba Pottery in South Carolina, I talk with Stephen Criswell a folklorist and director of the Native American Studies program at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster. Much of his work focuses on conducting oral history with Catawba potters and tradition bearers who work to conserve the Catawba language and culture. He discusses his program and how it came into existence. He also talks about the projects that he and his students have worked on in collaboration with the Catawba Indian Nations. ( There are some issues right now with my feed, which is keeping this episode from linking to Itunes. Until I get it resolved with my host, it might only be available from the website; Sorry).