Presented here for the first time, this assemblage of long-forgotten poetry offers an effective method for recovering orality and insight into Indigenous storytelling.
Tribal colleges seek to approach education from the perspective of American Indian people and create an educational experience that promotes tribal sovereignty and self-determination.
Tribal colleges and universities are bastions where Indigenous peoples’ history can live and thrive.
Ojibwe stories of Wiindigo, a giant monster who terrorized the people, embody colonization and its long-term effects.
America’s longest serving college president reflects on how TCUs uniquely conceptualize and teach about the American Indian experience.
AIHEC Student Congress president Chris Sindone was headed down a rough road, until Haskell Indian Nations University helped turn his life around.
Stone Child College spent three years developing a comprehensive curriculum on historical trauma with the ultimate goal of individual and community healing.
“I am a worrier of life, of time, of most everything. I worry about the simple things, the common things and the things most people don’t…”
Directed by Lawrence Hott and Diane Garey
Florentine Films (2015)
Review by Richard Littlebear
By Paul R. McKenzie-Jones
University of Oklahoma Press (2015)
Review by Rose Stremlau
Edited by Bradley B. Clampitt
University of Nebraska Press (2015)
Review by Robert K. Sutton
By Christopher D. Haveman
University of Nebraska Press (2016)
Review by Robert Owens