As a part of my work with Native Public Media, I joined Executive Director Loris Taylor, as a presenter at the 25th Anniversary NAJA Conference. The theme for the 2009 NAJA National Convention was ” NAJA : 25 years Yesterday’s Storytellers Today’s Journalists.” The conference began on Thursday Evening July 30th with an opening receptionContinue reading “Native American Journalists Association 25th Anniversary Conference”
For Immediate Release Contacts: Loris Taylor (928) 853-2430 Brad Bernthal (303) 492-0610 Native Public Media and the University of Colorado School of Law’s Samuelson-Glushko Technology Law & Policy Clinic propose changes in federal spectrum policy to address the needs of Native Americans in a new Paper entitled Spectrum Access in Indian Country. “Spectrum, like landContinue reading “Meeting Indian Country’s Communications Needs Native Public Media and Colorado Law School Address Spectrum Issues in Indian Country”
I found this on Amazon today! This is the first time I have seen the cover of my new book! The cover art is done by Gerald Dawavendewa of 4th World Design. The book should be out by October 2009, but you can pre-order it at Amazon here.
This is an article I wrote for American Indian Art Magazine. It was published in Autumn 2005 and is based on a series of interviews I did with Chiricahua Apache artist Bob Haozous. Most of the interviews still remain unpublished as I have yet to write up the book. However, this article was one pieceContinue reading “Trickster in Contemporary Native American Art and Thought: The Indigenous cultural Language of Bob Haozous”
Today, I finally mailed off the last of the Native American Voices manuscript to Prentice Hall. Yeah! Each of my co-editors (Susan Lobo and Steve Talbot) and I had differing responsibilities in terms of the final submission of the manuscript. My job was to inventory the art/photos and create what the publisher called the art/photoContinue reading “Mailing the Manuscript Off”