Monthly Archives: August 2013

Groping for meaning in science

My colleagues and I have been groping with the idea of Native Science. One reason is our earnest attempt to legitimize American Indian perspectives–whether it’s science, story-telling, art or language.

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Artist Barbara Kruger plays with words. Her installation at the Hirschhorn Museum in Washington DC invites you to think: it’s called Belief+Doubt. Plastered on the museum walls and archways are bold words colored in red, white and black. Turns of … Continue reading

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Dirt in my shoes

How did I start on this path? Dirt in my shoes. I’m speaking about my research at a meeting attended by communication and journalism researchers and teachers. Each of us on the panel is describing what we can learn from … Continue reading

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