Twelve Elders who participated project were asked questions about men's traditional roles and responsibilities, changes which occurred due to colonization, and what is needed to see men achieve the good life.
American Indian Quarterly, vol. 18, no. 4, Autumn, 1994, pp. 481-494
Literary criticism article which examines Black Hawk: An Autobiography and argues that in addition to its value as a historical text, it should also be considered as an act of literary resistance against the narratives imposed on Indigenous peoples by mainstream society.
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, vol. 22, no. 2, 2002, pp. 399-402
Book reviews of 10 books:
An Overview of Aboriginal and Treaty Rights and Compensation for their Breach by Robert Mainville. Black Elk Lives: Conversations With the Black Elk Family by Esther Black Elk DeSersa, Olivia Black Elk Pourier, Aaron DeSersa Jr., Clifton DeSersa.
Black Elk Speaks, Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux told through John G. Neihardt (Flaming Rainbow) by Nicholas Black Elk.
Choctaws at the Crossroads: The Political Economy of Class and Culture in the Oklahoma Timer Region by Sandra Faiman-Silva.
American Indian Quarterly, vol. 43, no. 2, Spring, 2019, pp. 168-203
Critical essay in which the author argues that Coups’s autobiography, originally published in 1930 as American: The Life Story of a Great Indian, Plenty- coups, Chief of the Crows is best read as multivocal text that presents both human and more-than-human voices and perspectives.
Looks at the three main objectives of the Office of the Treaty Commissioner: recognize the past, resolve outstanding treaty issues and revive the treaty relationship through education.
American Indian Quarterly, vol. 14, no. 3, Summer, 1990, pp. 259-276
Author describes the life of his grandmother, articulating the ways that the United States has changed and developed since her birth in 1890, discusses the effects of these changes and and developments on the Choctaw Nation.
Études Inuit Studies, vol. 29, no. 1-2, Préserver la langue et les savoirs / Preserving Language and Knowledge, 2005, pp. 341-344
Reviews of two books: Yu'pik Elders at the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin: Fieldwork Turned on Its Head by Ann Fienup-Rirodan.
Ciuliamta Akluit: Things of Our Ancestors by Marie Mead and Ann Fienup-Rirodan.
Looks at the process of storywork which interweaves elder teachings, cultural stories, and personal experiences.
Chapter 15 from How Canadians Communicate IV: Media and Politics edited by David Taras and Christopher Waddell.
Chapter located by scrolling to page 317 or clicking on Chapter 15 on left sidebar.
Where Happiness Dwells: A History of the Dane-zaa First Nations
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Presents two versions of Dreamer Charlie Yahey's creation story.
Preface, introduction and chapter one from Where Happiness Dwells: A History of the Dane-zaa First Nations by Robin Ridington and Jillian Ridington.