An anthology of essaya by Native authors centered around the theme of cultural survival and revitalization, illustrating some of the many ways Indigenous have adapted to,and survived, colonization.(Native literature/Indigenous Culture)
Cultural Resource Bibliography
A suspenseful novel that brings to light the connection between past and present in the Indigenous concept of time.Two murders, one in the distant past and the other in modern-day Oklahoma, are solved together as a family’s history comes full circle.(Indigenous Literature)
Eleven stories that explore the heart of what it means to be Choctaw, from Choctaw storyteller Tim Tingle.(Indigenous Oral Tradition/Literature)
This book presents concepts that have been used for thousands of years in Ingigenous education. Dr.Cajete shows how we can inetgrate native ways of learning and teaching with mainstream education to revitalize the Euro-American educational system.(Indigenous Teaching/Best Practices)
A story of the history and culture of the Anishinabe/Ojibwe people, told by Thomas Peacock,a member of the Fond Du Lac band of Lake Superior Ojibwe and professor at the University of Monnesota,Duluth.This book is a companion to the six-part Public Television series of the same name.(Ojibwe History and Culture)
Told from the Native American perspective, this documentary uncovers the dark history of the U.S. Government"s Indian policy and will give a voice to the countless Indian children forced through and victimized by the Boarding School system.(US History, Native American Studies)
An interesting look at technology,colonialism and Indigenous alternatives to these.I particularly enjoyed the chapter about the origins of true democracy in North America.(History/Indigenous Culture)
A powerful collection of traditional tales,biographical writings, and contemporary short stories including writings by:Anna Lee Walters,LeAnne Howe,Leslie Marmon Silko,Linda Hogan,Louise Erdrich,Mary TallMountain,Misha Gallagher,Paula Gunn Allen and Vicki L. Sears.
(Indigenous Oral Literature)
Joy Harjo’s fourth volume of poetry combines elements of storytelling, prayer and song into a powerful expression of Indigenous culture and worldview.(Literature/Oral Tradition)
A story that weaves together the lives of four generations of Lakotas on a North Dakota reservation, told from an Indigenous perspective.