Native Americans and Anthropology (6/7/00)
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For years non-native anthropologist have entered into Indigenous communities looking to research their cultural ways. But what if Native people themselves started conducting anthropologic research? Would we get a more accurate picture of our cultural legacy? Guests include Dr. Beverly Singer, Tewa/Navajo professor of Inter Cultural Studies and assistant professor of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico.
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