19-2 Winter 2007 “Our Story, Our Way” Table of ContentsNov 15th, 2007 | By tcj | Category: 19-2: Our Story, Our Way, Archives
Honoring the Word: Classroom instructors find that students respond best to oral tradition
By Michael Thompson (Mvskoke Creek)
Instructors share the resources they use to give oral tradition a voice in their tribal college and university classrooms.
Voyage out of the Interior: Amateur historian’s films from ‘60s stir imagination at LCO
By Thelma Nayquonabe (Ojibwe)
A benefactor’s gifts have inspired Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College staff to preserve stories and songs in 21st century media.
Dear Readers: Tribal Colleges Ensure Our Stories Are Retold
By Gerald E. Gipp
Editor’s Essay: Why We Are Sticking To Our Stories
By Tina Deschenie (Diné/Hopi)
Profiles: Songs, Prayers Strengthen Diné Weaver
By Natasha Kaye Johnson
Talking Circle: Tribal History Connects Spirit and Place
By Matt Herman
Voices: Success – It’s In Our Blood
By D.J. Eagle Bear Vanas (Odawa)
ON THE COVER: Blue Dress, by Michael Horse (Yaqui, Mescalero Apache, Zuni, European and Hispanic.) Horse is a jeweler, actor, stunt man, sculptor, painter, and activist. He has appeared in Twin Peaks, Passenger 57, Lakota Woman, and the CBC Canadian series, North of 60.
Horse’s works of art have been shown in galleries throughout the world, and are currently available at the Southwest Museum and the Autry Museum of Western Heritage, both in Los Angeles, the Eiteljorg Museum in Indiana, Kiva Fine Art Gallery in Santa Fe, and Gathering Tribes Gallery in Berkeley, CA. Visit Horse’s website at www.michaelhorse.com