Diné Clans and Climate Change: A Historical Lesson for Land Use Today

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Dine Clans and Climate Change: A Historical Lesson for Land Use Today
Authors describes the Diné system of clans and kinship, and suggest that rooted as it is in an ethic of universal relatedness, it might hold solutions for dealing with environmental and political instability.
Klara Kelley
Harris Francis
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American Indian Culture and Research Journal, vol. 43, no. 1, 2019, pp. 55-82
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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