Providing culturally based education is a creative challenge at IAIA which serves students from over 75 tribes – each with its own history, traditions, values, and language.
The presidents and students from Blackfeet Community College and Chief Dull Knife College discuss the origin of their college names and how their communities are served.
In our deepest intelligence we know this: that names and being are indivisible. That which has no name cannot truly be said to exist,
Interviews with AIHEC student congress leaders Karl Duncan and Elijah Hopkins reveal lessons learned, confidence gained, and challenges overcome.
Identity and Names: We must define ourselves to escape linguistic imperialism
The language we use to categorize one another as ethnic groups is imperfect. Race categories tend to evolve simultaneously as people evolve in their own ethnic identities,
By Hershman R. John
The University of Arizona Press (2007)
Review by Michael Thompson
This wonderful new collection might easily have been called,
By Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin
Penguin Books (2007)
Review by Rachael Marchbanks
In 1993 an American mountaineer,
by Paul Hawken
Viking Press (2007)
Review by Larry W. Emerson
Read this book for insights into what sustainable environmental author Paul Hawken calls “the largest social movement in human history” – [the environmental and social justice movement.] While this movement is readily understood at the local level,
Edited by Waziyanatwin Angela Wilson
Living Justice Press (2006)
Review by Antonette McDonald
This book serves as a reference for historical information on the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862,
Edited by Candace Greene and Russell Thornton
Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History (2007)
Review by James Thull
The Year the Stars Fell: Lakota Winter Counts at the Smithsonian is a valuable contribution to the field of Native American studies.