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  • First Peoples: Donna Deyhle
    From The University of Arizona Press Reflections in Place Connected Lives of Navajo Women Learn More Deyhle is a professor in the Department of Education Culture and Society and is the coordinator of the American Indian Studies Program in the

    Original URL path: http://firstpeoplesnewdirections.org/author.php?id=1006 (2016-02-09)
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  • First Peoples: Nicolas G. Rosenthal
    Nicolas G Rosenthal Nicolas Books By Nicolas G Rosenthal From The University of North Carolina Press Reimagining Indian Country Native American Migration and Identity in Twentieth Century Los Angeles Learn More G Rosenthal is assistant professor of history at Loyola

    Original URL path: http://firstpeoplesnewdirections.org/author.php?id=1135 (2016-02-09)
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  • First Peoples: Gary Paul Nabhan
    Arizona University He is the author and editor of more than twenty books including Why Some Like It Hot Coming Home to Eat and Gathering the Desert RAFT is a consortium of six non profit sustainable agriculture cultural conservation and culinary organizations seeking to identify document celebrate conserve and restore to our tables the unique foods of North America and the folk traditions associated with them RAFT Ecotrust is a

    Original URL path: http://firstpeoplesnewdirections.org/author.php?id=1086 (2016-02-09)
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  • First Peoples: Alexandra Harmon
    Rich Indians Native People and the Problem of Wealth in American History Learn More Harmon is associate professor of American Indian studies at the University of Washington She is editor of The Power of Promises Perspectives on Northwest Indian Treaties

    Original URL path: http://firstpeoplesnewdirections.org/author.php?id=1095 (2016-02-09)
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  • First Peoples: Daniel J. Herman
    The University of Arizona Press Rim Country Exodus A Story of Conquest Renewal and Race in the Making Learn More J Herman teaches history at Central Washington University He is the author of Hell on the Range A Story of

    Original URL path: http://firstpeoplesnewdirections.org/author.php?id=1160 (2016-02-09)
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  • First Peoples: Rachel Corr
    up one morning and the mother of the family I lived with was giving birth in the next room Her husband mother and five year old daughter were with her and it all seemed very natural Unlike people I knew in the U S the family did not have the same concerns as people I knew in the U S about children being traumatized by the birth process and the five year old was not sheltered I began to think about how different cultural practices of child socialization affected growing up in different cultures Jim and Linda Belote had written an article about the place of children in Saraguro society in the southern Ecuadorian Andes and I wanted to study child socialization in Salasaca When I returned for my senior year of college I applied for a Fulbright grant to spend a year living in Salasaca to study child socialization You write about how Indigenous consultants served as important checks to your anthropological and linguistic interpretations What was your process for getting their input and how did you incorporate that input into your work I immersed myself as much as possible into Salasacan life through participant observation Later I would ask people if I could interview them formally about something I had observed or some event that needed more explanation Then I would ask people more detailed questions After writing up my own analysis I would then tell people what I thought and ask them if I was right For example after interviewing many people about the process of festival sponsorship it seemed that a lot of money was flowing out of the community at festival time I drew a chart in my notebook that showed cash flowing out of Salasaca into the nearby towns for the purchase of food

    Original URL path: http://firstpeoplesnewdirections.org/author.php?id=1000 (2016-02-09)
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  • First Peoples: Noelani Goodyear-Ka'ōpua
    Seeds We Planted Portraits of a Native Hawaiian Charter School Learn More Goodyear Ka ōpua is associate professor of political science at the University of Hawai i at Mānoa She was a cofounder of the Hālau Kū Māna public charter

    Original URL path: http://firstpeoplesnewdirections.org/author.php?id=1175 (2016-02-09)
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  • First Peoples: Diana Royer
    Royer Diana Books By Diana Royer From The University of Arizona Press Selling the Indian Commercializing and Appropriating American Indian Cultures Learn More Royer is Associate Professor of English at

    Original URL path: http://firstpeoplesnewdirections.org/author.php?id=1019 (2016-02-09)
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