Monthly Archives: February 2018

Powerful Lessons from Indian Country

  Infusing Indian Thought in Social Theories I teach a course for college sophomores on social theories and how they relate to my field: communication. Writers who set the stage for Western thought—lots of French, German, British, Italian and American … Continue reading

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Love Story  

May all your knobs sparkle When we combed through papers collected by my mother-in-law we found a cache of greeting cards. We excavated cards written by her husband of 72 years, and cards she drew and wrote for him. The … Continue reading

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We called them “colors”

Strolling down the aisle When we were kids, our most trusted tool was the wax-crayon. We called them “colors.” We used them to draw on paper and concrete, and found them handy for playing doctor (crayons fit well in my … Continue reading

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