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Cultural Expressions Resources

General Overview of Cultural Expressions (Secondary Sources)

  1. Limerick, Patricia Nelson, “Persistence of Natives,” The Legacy of Conquest The Unbroken Past of the American West, New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1988. Pp. 55-77.
  2. Hirschfelder, Arlene (ed.), Native Heritage: Personal Accounts by American Indians 1790 to the Present (New York: Macmillan, 1995).
  3. Martinez, Glenabah. Native Pride: The Politics of Curriculum and Instruction in an Urban Public School (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc., 2010).
  4. Garrod, Andrew, Robert Kilkenny, and Melanie Benson Taylor (eds.). I am Where I Come From: Native American College Students and Graduates Tell Their Life Stories (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2017).
  5. Garrod, Andrew and Colleen Larimore (eds.). First Person First Peoples: Native American College Graduates Tell Their Life Stories (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1997).

Indigenous Peoples in New Mexico (Secondary Sources) 

  1. Tiller, Veronica E. Velarde, “Apache Religion and World-views,” Culture and Customs of Apache Indians, Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, pp. 19-39. 
  2. Farrer, Claire R., Living Life’s Circle Mescalero Apache Cosmovision, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1991.
  3. Ball, Martin W., Mountain Spirits: Embodying the Sacred in Mescalero Apache Tradition, Ph.Diss. Santa Barbara: University of California, 2000. UMI Dissertation Services, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  4. Warren, Nancy Hunter, The Jicarilla Apache A Portrait, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006.
  5. Mails, Thomas, “The Mescalero”, The People Called Apache, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, Inc. 1974.
  6. Mails, Thomas, “The Jicarilla Apache”, The People Called Apache, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, Inc. 1974.
  7. Opler, Morris E., “The Mescalero Apache” Handbook of North American Indians, Ed. by Alfonso Ortiz, vol. 10 Southwest, Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1983.
  8. Tiller, Veronica E. “The Jicarilla Apache,” Handbook of North American Indians, ed. by Alfonso Ortiz, vol. 10 Southwest, Washington: Smithsonian Press, 1983.
  9. Ake, Anne. The Apache. San Diego: Lucent Books, 2001.
  10. Sneve, Virginia Driving Hawk. The Apache. New York: Holiday House, 1997.
  11. Pliny, Earle. Jicarilla Apache Texts. New York: The Trustees, 1911. (Texts No. 1 to 53, 65 to 87)
  12. Bruchac, Joseph, Navajo Long Walk: the tragic story of a proud people’s forced march from their homeland. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 2002.
  13. Callaway, Sydney M. Grandfather Stories of the Navahos. Rough Rock, Az.: Rough Rock Demonstration School,1968.
  14. Black Sheep, Beverly. Baby's First Laugh. Flagstaff: Salina Bookshelf, 2003.
  15. Carlson, Vada F, and Gary Witherspoon. Black Mountain boy; a story of the boyhood of John Honie. Rough Rock, Az.: Navaho Curriculum Center, 1968.
  16. Roessel, Monty. Kinaaldá: a Navajo girl grows up. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications C., 1993.
  17. Kinaaldá: a Navajo rite of passage. Video. Directed by Lena Carr. New York: Indian Summer Films, 2000.
  18. Hardaker, Christopher. Native American Geometry Designs. Saile, Az.: Dine College Press, 1994.
  19. Johnson, Robert. Dine Bihooghaan. DVD. Gallup, NM: Navajo Museum.
  20. Mose, Don. The Navajo Sweat Lodge. San Juan School District Mediz Center, 2003.
  21. Johnson, Jann A. Wisdom weaver. Flagstaff: Salina Bookshelf, 2006.
  22. Roessel, Monty. Songs from the loom: a Navajo girl learns to weave. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 1995.
  23. A Loom with a View. DVD. Directed by Sierra Ornelas and Justin Thomas. DC: National Museum of the American Indian, 2004.
  24. Wirt, Will and Mark Shepman. “String Games of the Navajo.” Bulletin of the International String Figure Association Vol. 7 (2000): 119-214.
  25. Mose, Don. Na’atl’o’ Navajo String Games. San Juan School District Media Center, 2005.
  26. Emery, Nedra. Jí dóó tl'éé'=Day and night. Flagstaff: Salina Bookshelf, 1996.
  27. Mose, Don. Moccasin Game. San Juan School District Media Center, 2004. (with CD of songs)
  28. Diné Kéehgo Nahasdzaan doo Yadilhil Yiyi doo Yikaa’ Hanaanii Bee Na’nitin, A guide for teachers. #8. Ft. Defiance, Az.: Window Rock Unified School District., 1998.
  29. Frisbie, Charlotte J and David P. McAllester, eds., 1977, Navajo Blessingway Singer: The Autobiography of Frank Mitchell, 1881-1967, University of New Mexico Press, 2003.
  30. Tapahonso, Luci. Songs of Shiprock Fair. Walnut, CA: Kiva Publications, 1999.
  31. Heisey, Adriel, and Kenji Kawano. In the fifth world: portrait of the Navajo Nation. Tucson: Rio Nuevo, 2001.
  32. Zolbrod, Paul. Dine Bahane: the Navajo creation story. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1984.
  33. Atakai, Winette Ann. “The Rising Sun.” Red Mesa Review Vol. 10 (2004): 6-9.
  34. Where the highway ends: journey into Navajo culture. DVD. Produced by Annabelle Janssen. Nizhoni Productions, 2007.
  35. When Your Hands Are Tied, DVD. Produced by Mia Boccella Hartle and Marley Shebala: Pittsburgh: Boccella Productions, 2006.
  36. O’Donnell, Joan. Here, Now and Always; voices of the first peoples of the Southwest. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 2001.
  37. Lister, Robert Hill. “Those Who Came Before: southwestern archeology in the National Park System. Video. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1983.
  38. Hotvedt, Kris. Pueblo and Navajo Indian Life Today: Activities of Native American Life. Santa Fe: Sunstone Press, 1993.
  39. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe, New Mexico. (505) 827-6344. Contact the museum for student group tours or exhibits about Pueblo life.
  40. O’Donnell, Joan. Here, Now and Always; voices of the first peoples of the Southwest. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 2001.
  41. ‘Poe Tsawa. My Life in San Juan Pueblo: stories of Esther Martinez. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2004.
  42. Surviving Columbus: The Story of the Pueblo People, Video, Directed by Diane Reyne. Alexandria, VA: PBS Video, 1992.
  43. Lister, Robert Hill. “Those Who Came Before: southwestern archeology in the National Park System. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1983.

Speakers

  1. Glenabah Martinez, Ph.D., College of Education, University of New Mexico
  2. Myla Vicenti Carpio, Ph.D, American Indian Studies, Arizona State University
  3. Tiffany Lee, Ph.D., Native American Studies, University of New Mexico
  4. Vincent Werito, Ph.D, College of Education, University of New Mexico
  5. Gregory A . Cajete, Ph.D., College of Education/Native American Studies, University of New Mexico
  6. Robin Minthorn, Ph.D., College of Education/Native American Studies
  7. Leola Tsinnajinnie, Ph.D., Native American Studies
  8. Wendy S. Greyeyes, Ph.D., Native American Studies
  9. Jennifer Denetdale, Ph.D., American Studies
  10. Ted Jojola, Ph.D., Community & Regional Planning
  11. Kamilla Venner, Ph.D, Psychology
  12. Steven Verney, Ph.D, Psychology
  13. Shawn Secatero, Ph.D, College of Education
  14. Laura Harjo, Ph.D., Community & Regional Planning