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In this episode, the Tribal Research Specialist (TRS) team discuss what some may view as "secret knowledge" in Tribal Communities. In the episodes we are joined by returning guest Salisha Old Bull to provide further insight on this phenomenon.
We took a small break but we are back to discuss more important issues and accomplishment from Indian Country. We had a chance to resent and are ready to jump back in to elaborate on old topics and bring forth new and challenging discussions. I
In this episode, the Tribal Research Specialist (TRS) team discuss the ever-expanding phenomenon of applying "personhood" or legal human rights to river.  In the "Inside Indian Country" episodes we invited a guests living and thriving in Indian
In this episode, the TRS team have an interesting conversation with Lumbee scholar Dr. Ryan Emanuel. The episode starts with an  classic war dance song by the Fort Kipp Singers  recorded  around late 1960's or early 1970's.  The Fort Kipp Singe
In this episode, the Tribal Research Specialist (TRS) team debrief on the previous episodes discussion on the ever-expanding phenomenon of land acknowledgements. The episode starts with an  war dance song  recorded on July 9th, 1950 in Arlee, M
In this episode, the Tribal Research Specialist (TRS) team discuss the ever-expanding phenomenon of land acknowledgements. The episode starts with an Owl Dance Song from an unidentified reel in the TRS private collection. The song is discussed
In the second half of this two part series on Native Journalism, the Tribal Research Specialist (TRS) team discuss some important details related to the purpose and intent of media in Indian Country. The episode starts with an Owl or Round Danc
In this new episode, the Tribal Research Specialist (TRS) team discuss some important details related to journalism in Indian country. The episode starts with an old Salish Owl Dance Song from an unidentified reel in the Alan Merriam collection
In this new episode, the Tribal Research Specialist (TRS) team discuss some important details related to traditional leadership in Indian country. The episode starts with an old Salish War Dance Song from sang by Paul Finley in 1950.  The Salis
In this new episode, the Tribal Research Specialist (TRS) team talk with Ben Pease (Apsáalooke/Tsétsêhéstâhese), renowned artist from  Lodge Grass, MT. The episode starts with a song from the TRC archives. The song is sung by Pat Kennedy (1925-
In this new episode, the newly formed enterprise, Tribal Research Specialist (TRS), provides a brief introduction to our services and vision. As usually, the episode starts with a song. In this case, the song comes from a private reel-to-reel c
In the episode, the IRC team speaks with Salisha OldBull (Salish/Apsáalooke). She is a Student Success Coordinator at the University of Montana (UM). She's currently completing a Bachelor of Arts degree at UM. She's a former Native American Stu
In this episode, the IRC team is joined again by Bob Rugh and Wil Meya from the Language Conservancy (https://languageconservancy.org). The Language Conservancy was founded in 2005 by a concerned group of indigenous educators and language activ
In this episode, the IRC team is joined by Bob Rugh and Wil Meyafrom the Language Conservancy (https://languageconservancy.org/). The Language Conservancy was founded in 2005 by a concerned group of indigenous educators and language activists i
In this bonus episode, listen to highlights from the IRC teams discussion from Episode 5 and Episode 6. In Episode 5 the team discusses the acquisition and use of knowledge from the medium of traditional songs. An Apsáalooke song from Crazy Si
In this bonus episode, listen to highlight from the IRC teams discussions from Episode 3 and Episode 4. In Episode 3 the team discusses positive stereotyping and romanticism of Indigenous worldviews. The introduction of EuroAmerican instrument,
In the episode, the IRC team speaks with JoRee LaFrance (Apsáalooke). She is a PhD student in the Department of Environmental Science at the University of Arizona. She comes from the Crow Reservation located in southeastern Montana. Her Apsáalo
In the episode, the IRC team speaks with Lydia Jennings (Pascua Yaqui and Huichol).  Lydia is doctoral candidate in the Department of Environmental Sciences, with a minor in American Indian Policy at the University of Arizona (UA). Her research
In the episode, the IRC team speaks with The WILLOW AGEP Alliance Fellows. The Willow AGEP Alliance brings together three institutions - University of Montana, Salish Kootenai College, and Sitting Bull College. The WILLOW AGEP Alliance includes
In part 2 of this series of episodes, the IRC team is also joined by a special guest, John Stiffarm (A̓a̓niiih), and returning guest Mike Lafromboise (Piikani). John is from the Fort Belknap Reservation and has served as a teacher since 2007 of
In this episode, the IRC team is also joined by a special guest, John Stiffarm (A̓a̓niiih). John is from the Fort Belknap Reservation and has served as a teacher since 2007 of the A̓a̓niiih (Gros Ventre) language in kindergarten through 12th gr
In this episode, the IRC team discusses the concept of time in relation to indigenous thought and life. The episode starts with a song by Madeline Charley (Salish) that is generally labeled a Life Song. Recorded in Arlee in 1950, this song is l
In this episode, the IRC team discusses how we can retain or revitalize tribal protocols for the recognition of accomplishments and good deeds. The episode starts with a Crow song used for the telling of war deeds. Public acknowledgment and wit
In this episode, the IRC team discusses how we can communicate indigenous thought and knowledge gained from academic institutions to our tribal communities. The episode starts with the Snyeʔstn, a scout song used to welcome back the scout that
In this bonus episode, listen to highlight from the IRC research team discussion on the implication of traditional understandings situated into modern Indigenous life and love. Also, the exploration of modern issues facing cultural revitalizati
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