45 episodes

Jessica Yaquinto is an ethnographer and deals in tribal consultation. The podcast includes topics on mediating between tribes, community based participatory research, and tribes' perspectives of anthropology.

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Jessica Yaquinto is an ethnographer and deals in tribal consultation. The podcast includes topics on mediating between tribes, community based participatory research, and tribes' perspectives of anthropology.

    Collecting Oral Histories in Indian Country

    Collecting Oral Histories in Indian Country

    On this months’s podcast we have Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), a member of the Night Hawk Dance Society and faculty in Salish Kootenai College’s Tribal Historic Preservation and Native American Studies programs and Dr. Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné), Director of the Indigenous Research Center at Salish Kootenai College. We talk briefly about how the two got connected and the development of the Indigenous Research Center, but mostly we chat for two of the three segments about collecting oral histories. What roles do they play in culture, how can you collect them in the best way, and how should you best prepare yourself?
    OLinks

    Indigenous Research Center Website

    IRC Youtube

    IRC Twitter & Instagram: @ircskc

    Facebook: SKC Indigenous Research Center


    IRC Podcast: (Apple) or BuzzSprout (Hosting Site)

    Apsáalooke field museum exhibition


    Heritage Voice Episodes 23 (Salish-Kootenai College’s Tribal Historic Preservation Program) and 25 (Technology)

    Seliš ontological perspectives of environmental sustainability from oral traditions

    The Lodge Boy and Spring Boy Tale as Depicted at Hole in the Wall, Wyoming Article

    Contact

    Jessica

    Jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org

    @livingheritageA

    @LivingHeritageResearchCouncil

    Aaron

    aaron_brien@skc.edu

    @indigenousarchaeology (Instagram)

    Shandin - shandin_pete@skc.edu

    Lyle

    Lyle.Balenquah@gmail.com

    Affiliates

    Wildnote

    TeePublic

    Timeular

    Find this show on the educational podcast app, Lyceum.fm!

    • 1 hr
    Indigenous Land Management

    Indigenous Land Management

    On today’s episode Jessica hosts Natasha Myhal, a citizen of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and a PhD candidate in the Department of Ethnic Studies at CU Boulder with an area of focus in Geography. Through the lens of Natasha’s academic and personal journey, Natasha and Jessica discuss community based research, traditional ecological knowledge/gikendaasowin (knowledge in Ojibwe), and ethnobotany. They further discuss the challenges of working across disciplines and how language shapes the way we understand and interact with the land. Of course, they also discuss her dissertation research which uses community based approaches to look at Little River Band of Ottawa Indians tribal natural resource management strategies that combine traditional Anishinaabe worldviews with existing management policies.
    Links
    The politics of TEK- Paul Nadasdy

    Indian Land Tenure Foundation

    American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)

    Carroll, Clint. Roots of Our Renewal: Ethnobotany and Cherokee Environmental Governance. First Peoples : New Directions in Indigenous Studies. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2015

    Geniusz, Wendy Makoons. Our Knowledge Is Not Primitive: Decolonizing Botanical Anishinaabe Teachings. Syracuse University Press, 2009

    Pasternak, Shiri. Grounded Authority: The Algonquins of Barriere Lake against the State. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2017

    Natasha

    natasha.myhal@colorado.edu

    @natasha_kwe

    Contact
    Jessica

    Jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org

    @livingheritageA

    @LivingHeritageResearchCouncil

    Lyle

    Lyle.Balenquah@gmail.com

    Affiliates
    Wildnote

    TeePublic

    Timeular

    Find this show on the educational podcast app, Lyceum.fm!

    • 49 min
    Cultural Landscapes and Indigenous Connections in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Cultural Landscapes and Indigenous Connections in Aotearoa New Zealand

    On today’s episode Jessica hosts Dr. Diane Menzies (Ngāti Kahungunu, Rongowhakaata, & Aitanga a Mahaki), Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit and consultant on cultural landscape and Indigenous issues for Landcult Ltd. We discuss Landscape Architecture, western professional mono-culture, and how decolonization can lead to better cities. Dr. Menzies speaks to differing perspectives on landscapes as well as addressing different perspectives when mediating conflict relating to the land. Finally, we talk about how to better inform the public about these topics, including some of her works as examples.
    *ICOMOS GA mentioned in the episode was cancelled due to COVID19 travel restrictions.
    Links

    ICOMOS

    https://www.buildingbetter.nz/publications/urban_wellbeing/Menzies_2017_cultural_landscape.pdf

    Whose place?

    Landscape Foundation website

    American Indians and National Parks

    Hill, C. (Ed). Kia Whakanuia te Whenua People Place Landscape, Mary Egan Publishing, Auckland [Publication expected October 2020. Email Dr. Menzies for additional information or updated release date].

    Diane: drdhmenzies@ark.co.nz

    Contact

    Jessica

    Jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org

    @livingheritageA

    @LivingHeritageResearchCouncil

    Lyle

    Lyle.Balenquah@gmail.com

    Affiliates

    Wildnote

    TeePublic

    Timeular


    Find this show on the educational podcast app, Lyceum.fm!

    • 55 min
    Indigenous Australian Archaeology

    Indigenous Australian Archaeology

    On today’s episode Jessica hosts Dr. Chris Wilson, Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Australian Studies and Archaeology at Flinders University. In 2017, Dr. Wilson was the first Indigenous Australian to be awarded a PhD in Archaeology. Dr. Wilson tells how the discovery of family history/geneaology, family and community involvement, and the archaeology of whaling all tied together within his Ph.D research. Throughout the episode he also shows how the archaeological research being done in Australia today, including his own fascinating zooarchaeology work, is breaking down misperceptions of Indigenous Australians. Towards the end of the episode Dr. Wilson touches on Indigenous rights and repatriation in Australia. Note: This includes a brief (and disturbing) discussion on repatriation from anatomy labs.
    Links

    https://www.flinders.edu.au/people/christopher.wilson

    https://www.flinders.edu.au/braveminds/past-perspectives-from-a-pioneer

    David Horton aboriginal map

    Series-First Inventors

    https://www.buttermedia.com.au/

    https://www.buttermedia.com.au/dr-chris-wilson

    Boomerang

    Rutledge Book [Coming 2020]

    Ngarrindjeri Ruwar and the Archaeology of the Lower Murray, South Australia

    PhD Thesis

    National Indigenous Knowledges and Research Network (NIRAKN)

    International community on monuments science conference

    Museum exhibit- National Museum

    ABC News 24 - Dr Christopher Wilson - Ngarrindjeri archaeology

    IPINCH BIO

    Articles about becoming the first Indigenous Australia to get a PhD

    https://www.murrayvalleystandard.com.au/story/5017129/ngarrindjeri-man-chris-wilson-becomes-first-aboriginal-person-to-earn-phd-in-archaeology/

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-09-20/first-indigenous-australian-to-complete-archaeology-phd-to-grad/8961894

    Chris’ Email: christopher.wilson@flinders.edu.au

    Contact

    Jessica

    Jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org

    @livingheritageA

    @LivingHeritageResearchCouncil

    Lyle

    Lyle.Balenquah@gmail.com

    Affiliates

    Wildnote

    TeePublic

    Timeular

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Heritage Media Conference Presentation

    Heritage Media Conference Presentation

    This is the presentation that Jessica and Lyle gave for the SAAs in 2019 and The Heritage Media Conference in 2019. It’s a great overview of the Heritage Voices Podcast and includes a silde presentation below.
    Links
    Companion slide presentation
    Contact

    Jessica

    Jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org

    @livingheritageA

    @LivingHeritageResearchCouncil

    Lyle

    Lyle.Balenquah@gmail.com

    Affiliates

    Wildnote

    Digital Marketing Course

    TeePublic

    Timeular

    • 35 min
    APN 5 Year Anniversary - A Message from Jessica Yaquinto

    APN 5 Year Anniversary - A Message from Jessica Yaquinto

    This is a bonus episode to celebrate the 5 year anniversary of the Archaeology Podcast Network.
    Jessica Yaquinto is an ethnographer and deals in tribal consultation. The podcast includes topics on mediating between tribes, community based participatory research, and tribes' perspectives of anthropology.
    In this special episode, she talks about creating the Heritage Voices podcast, how she started and what it’s like being on the network.

    You can follow Jessica on Twitter or visit the Living Heritage Anthropology Website for more info
    Follow all bonus content with #APN5 on twitter

    • 16 min

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