Book details

Publication date: December 2020
Features: 24 B&W photographs, 3 maps, appendix, reading list, bibliography, index
Keywords: Indigenous teaching, first-hand account, traditional knowledge, fundamental virtues, testament of self-determination, identity, Caribou people, historical accounts, land, spirituality, cross-cultural understanding, Dene, North, oral tradition
Subject(s): SOCIAL SCIENCE / Indigenous Studies, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cultural & Social, BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Cultural, Ethnic & Regional / Native American & Aboriginal, Indigenous peoples, Social & cultural anthropology, Biography: general, Indigenous Studies / Traditional Knowledge / Oral History, Indigenous teaching, first-hand account, traditional knowledge, fundamental virtues, testament of self-determination, identity, Caribou people, historical accounts, land, spirituality, cross-cultural understanding, Dene, North, oral tradition, Indigenous Authors, Biography, Anthropology
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press
Leslie McCartney is a cultural anthropologist specializing in oral history. She is an Associate Professor and the Curator of Oral History at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The Gwich’in Tribal Council is an Indigenous Land Claim organization responsible for protecting and advancing the interests of the Gwich’in peoples of Canada.
ISBNs: 9781772124828 978-1-77212-482-8 Title: our whole gwichin way of life has changed / gwichin kyuu gwiidandai tthak ejuk goonlih ISBNs: 9781772125399 978-1-77212-539-9 Title: our whole gwichin way of life has changed / gwichin kyuu gwiidandai tthak ejuk goonlih