Monthly Archives: October 2010

Media Effects

Students who are new to media studies usually need to be brought back to earth.

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Making Meaning

I want to return to meaning-making and, again, thank you for letting me think out loud.

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Thinking Out Loud

I hope you’ll bear with me as I struggle over the application of my work and think out loud.

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Crystallizing My Work

Several friends have commented about my blog, sometimes surprised about my interest in Native issues. Some folks know me only for my work in Native science, while others know only of my teaching in communication. Behind the scenes, these currents … Continue reading

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Science is Catching Up

Second daughter (Wee-Hey) and I heard Leslie Marmon Silko talk about writing, literature and family, and it’s surprising and delightful that many of her thoughts can be linked to Native Science.

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Past is Present

Yesterday author Leslie Marmon Silko chatted to receptive crowds at the University in conversations that ranged from her writing to her painting, from the Navajo (Diné) relatives to her Pueblo grandparents, and from her rattlesnake neighbors to her hummingbird neighbors.

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Reframing Reality

When Truth is Hate As my class considers the construction of reality I turn to the writings on persuasion and consider rhetoric.

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