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Celebrations, Cultural Transmission, Foodways
For us, the tamalada, a tamale making party, goes back several generations to San Luis Potosí, Mexico.
When Carmen Dias discovered mariachi music, she discovered herself.
It’s Hanukkah and time to dig out the three-by-five index card with my mother’s recipe for latkes.
Dr. Duke passed away in December 2017, but his “teaching garden” of medicinal plants lives on in tribute.
Art & Design, Social Justice
Elizabeth LaPensée (Anishinaabe, Métis, and a little Irish) creates video games inspired by her indigenous heritage to help heal intergenerational trauma.
Professor Wesley Thomas and graduate student Sharon Nelson have been key to the program’s inception, relevance, and dramatic growth.
Each year, our understanding of how to juxtapose European classical and traditional Navajo music deepens.
My mother saved 439 letters for each day they were separated, August 1944 through November 1945.
Art & Design, History
In 1950, the Bureau of Indian Affairs opened the Intermountain Indian School in Brigham City, sixty miles north of Salt Lake City.
The Pocahontas Reframed: Storytellers Film Festival opens November 15 in Richmond, Virginia.