Tribal Identities and Traditional Beliefs

Gary W. Johnson, Assistant Professor of First Nation Studies at UW-Superior, will talk about “Tribal identities and traditional beliefs in contemporary society” on Wed., March 11, from 3:30-4:30pm in UC275A. It’s part of the Native Pride Lecture Series.

Andersen Library offers related resources, including books like Sacred objects and sacred places: Preserving tribal traditions (3rd-floor Main Collection, E98.M34 G85 2000, or online), Native voices: American Indian identity and resistance (3rd-floor Main Collection, E98.E85 N38 2003), Claiming Tribal Identity: the Five tribes and the politics of federal acknowledgment (3rd-floor Main Collection, E78.O45 M56 2013), God is red: A native view of religion (3rd-floor Main Collection, BL2776 .D44 1992), and Native North American religious traditions: Dancing for life (online). Search databases for articles such as “ ‘Know who you are and where you come from:’ Ties of kin, clan, and homeland in Southwestern Indian identity” (Reviews in Anthropology, 2004, vol.33:no.4, pp.371-391).

Please ask a librarian for assistance with finding additional materials.

About Barbara

I am a Reference & Instruction librarian, head of that department in Andersen Library, an associate professor, and a member of the General Education Review Committee and Faculty Senate. I've been working at UW-W since July 1, 1990.
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