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Native Pathways to Education
Alaska Native Cultural Resources
Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Indigenous Education Worldwide
 

Articles, References & Research, Speeches, Occasional Papers

Articles

Bibliography Listing | Author Listing

Alvanna-Stimpfle, Bernadette Yaayuk

"Ugiuvaŋmiuraaqtuaksrat" Future King Island Speakers

Barnhardt, Carol

A History of Schooling for Alaska Native People
Historical Status of Elementary Schools in Rural Alaskan Communities: 1867-1980

Tuning In: Athabaskan Teachers and Athabaskan Students

Barnhardt, Ray

Administration Across Cultures
Administrative Influences in Alaskan Native Education
Creating a Place for Indigenous Knowledge in Education: The Alaska Native Knowledge Network

Culture, Chaos and Complexity: Catalysts for Change in Indigenous Education
Culture, Community and Place in Alaska Native Education
Culture, Community and the Curriculum
Developing Tribal Education Strategies in Indigenous Communities
Domestication of the Ivory Tower: Institutional Adaptation to Cultural Distance
Education Indigenous to Place: Western Science Meets Indigenous Reality
Field-Based Education for Alaskan Native Teachers
First Nations and Higher Education: The Four R's - Respect, Relevance, Reciprocity, Responsibility

Higher Education in the Fourth World: Indigenous People Take Control
Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Alaska Native Ways of Knowing
Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Higher Education: Preparing Alaska Native PhD's for Leadership Roles in Research
John Collier, Jr.: Anthropology, Education and the Quest for Diversity
The Log School: A Case for Appropriate Design
Maori Makes a Difference: Human Resources for Maori Development
Reforming Education From the Inside-Out: A Study of Community Engagement and Educational Reform in Rural Alaska
Teaching/Learning Across Cultures: Strategies for Success
THEORY Z + N: The Role of Alaska Natives in Administration

Carpluk, Lenora

Contemporary Needs of the Native Teachers

Dubbs, Patrick J.

Alaska Native Education and Development Ideologies
Another Development in Rural Alaska
Arctic Atolls: Small State Theory and Rural Development in Alaska
Cultural Definitions in Educational Programs
Decolonizing Economics
The Log School: A Case for Appropriate Design
Organizational Congruence and ANCSA
Small Alaska Native Villages: Are They Worth Saving?
Sustainable Development and Indigenous People: Authors and Actors in Rural Alaska
The Whale and the Co-op: The Emerging Issue of Animal Rights in Rural Alaska

Harrison, Barbara

Developing Tribal Education Strategies in Indigenous Communities

Hildebrand, Edith

A Manual for Alaska Native Parents to Promote Student Success

Hopkins, Tom

Bureau of Indian Affairs Alaska Native Enrollment Statistics 1953 – 1977.
Introduction to the American Indian and Alaska Native Education Evaluation

Joseph, Bernice

Follow the Lights - Native Ways of Knowing

Kawagley, Angayuqaq Oscar

Culture, Chaos and Complexity: Catalysts for Change in Indigenous Education
Education Indigenous to Place: Western Science Meets Indigenous Reality
Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Alaska Native Ways of Knowing
Yupiaq Education Revisited
Alaska Native Education: History and Adaptation in the New Millenium
An Alaska Native's Theory on Events Leading To Loss of Spiritual Life
Alaska Native Holotropic Mind and Science
Why Should Yupiaq Literacy Slow Student Progress?
Soft Technology: Adaptations to Culture and Environment
To Be or Not To Be Thrust Into Antiquity
Calista Region: Are We Too Dependent on Entitlements and Resource Extraction?
Building a Foundation For Living Life That Feels Just Right
When You Help Someone, and That Someone Feels Better—You Have Given Medicine
Science In A Yupiaq Fish Camp And School

Kirkness, Verna J.

First Nations and Higher Education: The Four R's - Respect, Relevance, Reciprocity, Responsibility

Kushman, James W.

Reforming Education From the Inside-Out: A Study of Community Engagement and Educational Reform in Rural Alaska

Schneider, Teri

Building Bridges for Student Success

Scollon, Ron and Suzanne

The Axe Handle Academy: A Proposal for a Bioregional, Thematic Humanities Education

Smith, Graham

Indigenous Struggle for the Transformation of Education and Schooling

 

 

Bibliographies

The Alutiiq Ethnography Bibliography

Rachel Mason
Excerpt: This project was undertaken in order to make what has been written about Alutiiq culture more accessible to the public. The "public" I am most concerned with is the Alutiiq people themselves. Alaska Natives have long been the subject of anthropological study, and many have been frustrated when they were unable to find out what happened to the information they provided. This bibliography is intended to serve primarily as a guide to those who want to find out what has been written and recorded about their own culture.
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Graduate Degree Projects

Masters

Hildebrand, Edith
May 2005 A Manual for Alaska Native Parents to Promote Student Success
http://ankn.uaf.edu/Curriculum/Masters_Projects/EdithHildebrand.html

Doctorate

Hammersmith, Jerome Alvin
November 2007 Converging Indigenous and Western Knowledge Systems: Implications for Tertiary Education
http://iportal.usask.ca/docs/Hammersmith/Hammersmith.pdf

Henry-Stone, Laura
December 2007 Cultivating Sustainability through Participatory Action Research: Place-Based Education and Community Food Systems in Interior Alaska
http://ankn.uaf.edu/Curriculum/PhD_Projects/LauraHenryStone.html

Leonard, Beth
May 2007 Deg Xinag Oral Traditions: Reconnecting Indigenous Language and Education Through Traditional Narratives
http://ankn.uaf.edu/Curriculum/PhD_Projects/BethLeonard.html

Reports

AKRSI 2005 Final Report (Word document)

Speeches

Andersen-Spear, Doreen
2003 Alaska Native Education: Past, Present and Future. Keynote address at the 2003 Native Educator's Conference in Anchorage, Alaska.
http://ankn.uaf.edu/SOP/SOPv8i2.html#alaska

Jones, Ayaprun Loddie
1998 Collaboration in Education. Keynote speech given to the Alaska Native Education Council Conference, October 9, 1998.
http://ankn.uaf.edu/SOP/SOPv4i1.html#coll

Joseph, Bernice
2005 Follow the Lights - Native Ways of Knowing. Keynote address to the 2005 Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) convention in Fairbanks, Alaska.
http://ankn.uaf.edu/Curriculum/Articles/BerniceJoseph/

Leonard, Beth
2004 Learning Dinaxinag (Our Language): A Personal Journey Through Higher Education. Keynote Speech to the 2004 Bilingual Multicultural Education Equity Conference in Anchorage, Alaska.
http://ankn.uaf.edu/SOP/SOPv9i3.html#leonard

Pullar, Gordon L.
2000 Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights. Keynote Address to the Native Educator's Conference, February 1, 2000, Anchorage, Alaska.
http://ankn.uaf.edu/SOP/SOPv5i2.html#aleut

Smith, Graham
2003 Indigenous Struggle for the Transformation of Education and Schooling. Keynote address to the Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) convention in Anchorage, Alaska.
http://ankn.uaf.edu/Curriculum/Articles/GrahamSmith/

 

 

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