21-1 Fall 2009: “Celebrating Tribal College Journal’s 20th Anniversary” Table of ContentsAug 15th, 2009 | By tcj | Category: 21-1: Celebrating Tribal College Journal's 20th Anniversary, Archives
From the Past, Into the Future – Journeying through 20 years of Tribal College Journal
By Patty Talahongva (Hopi/Tewa) A retrospective provides glimpses of stories unfolding in 80 issues dedicated to the Tribal College Movement.
The Birth of TCJ – Father’s curiosity launched Paul Boyer on his journey into Indian Country
By Juan Avila Hernandez (Yoeme/Yoi) Tribal college presidents embraced the idea of a magazine where the colleges could learn from one another.
By Juan Avila Hernandez (Yoeme/Yoi) Marjane Ambler encountered a spirit and culture that made publishing and editing the journal more than just a job.
Far From City Lights – Current TCJ staff brings variety of talents, enthusiasm for their work
By Patty Talahongva (Hopi/Tewa) Meet the people who produce the “voice and vision of the tribal colleges.”
TCJ Student Edition 2009
Joseph M. Marshall, III (Rosebud Sioux) says the students’ stories allow readers to feel the struggles of being Native in a non-Native world.
TCJ founders, readers, professors reflect on two decades The commentary conveys the legacy of the Tribal College Journal. Special to TCJ!
Dear Readers: A Look Back to Inspire the Future
By Carrie Billy
Editor’s Essay: At 20, We Celebrate the Best and the Brightest of Tribal College Journal
By Tina Deschenie (Diné /Hopi)
ON THE COVER: Happy 20th Year Anniversary, Tribal College Journal! Illustration by Nakota Designs.