Diné perspectives : revitalizing and reclaiming Navajo thought

Auteur(s) : Lee, Lloyd L. (Éd.)
Cajete, Gregory (Préf.)
Description matérielle : xiv-196 p. : illustrations ; 23 cm. Collection: Critical issues in Indigenous studies. Publication : Tucson : University of Arizona Press, 2014.Cote : NT.175Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitre. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Identité ethnique | Revendication identitaireGéographique : Amérique du Nord | Arizona Ethnique : Navajo
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Foreword / Cajete, Gregory --

Preface / Lee, Lloyd L. --

Introduction --

American Indian scholars / Secatero, Shawn L. --

Beneath our sacred minds, hands, and hearts: one dissertation journey / Secatero, Shawn L. --

Understanding Hózhǫ́ to achieve critical consciousness: a contemporary Diné interpretation of the philosophical principles of Hózhǫ́ / Werito, Vincent --

Morning offerings, like salt / Belin, Esther --

7pm thought, memory @ Dziłnaodiłthle-­Eastern view / Yazzie, Venaya --

Diné Culture, decolonization, and the politics of Hózhǫ́ / Emerson, Larry W. --

The value of oral history on the path to Diné/Navajo sovereignty / Denetdale, Jennifer Nez --

Narrating ordinary power: Hózhǫ́ǫ́jí violence, and critical Diné studies / Yazzie, Melanie K. --

The boy who threw the world away / Yazzie, Venaya --

Historic and demographic changes that impact the future of the Diné and the development of community-­based policy / Begay, Yolynda --

The origin of legibility: rethinking colonialism and resistance among the Navajo people, 1868–1937 / Curley, Andrew --

Dinétah / Yazzie, Venaya --

Sustaining a Diné way of life / Baca, Kim --

“If I could speak Navajo, I’d definitely speak it 24/7”: Diné youth language consciousness, activism, and reclamation of Diné identity / Lee, Tiffany S. --

The Navajo nation and the declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples / Lee, Lloyd L. --

Atmosphere / Yazzie, Venaya.

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