3-4 Spring 1992 “Indians Teaching America” Table of Contents

Feb 15th, 1992 | By | Category: 3-4: Indians Teaching America, Archives

3-4 SPRING 1992

Features

Real Empowerment
Little Big Horn College helps train workers at the Big Horn Dam.
By Marjane Ambler TCJ PAID CONTENT

Women Leaders in Indian Education
Over one-third of tribal college presidents are women and many other women are top administrators. Marjane Ambler examines the impact of female leadership on colleges and their communities.
By Marjane Ambler TCJ PAID CONTENT

Indians are America’s Teachers
Anthropologist Jack Weatherford argues that native Americans helped shape the nation and are ready to do it again.
By Paul Boyer TCJ PAID CONTENT

Spiritual Knowledge for a Secular Society
Navajo writer Herbert John Benally says the importance of spirituality in Navajo life offers lessons for the United States. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Chewing Black Bones
A Blackfeet elder recalls his famous great grandfather.
By Andrew Pepion TCJ PAID CONTENT

Young and Old Alike
Children and the elderly play a central role in many native American societies.
By Paul Boyer TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Editor’s Essay: Thinking Tribally, Acting Globally
By Paul Boyer

Innovation: Learning in the Field TCJ PAID CONTENT

Research: Tribal College Entrepreneurship Programs: The Family Emphasis
By Steve Robinson and Stephen Hogan TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

ON THE COVER: Illustration by Bob Lynch for In Cahoots, Inc.

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