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Studies in American Indian Literatures

2011 Volume 23, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Waasechibiiwaabikoonsing Nd'anami'aami, "Praying through a Wired Window": Using Technology to Teach Anishinaabemowin

    Margaret Noori

    Teaching an endangered language today requires extreme measures, and there is no guarantee of success. But the situation is dire and demands adaptive, creative survivance. Anishinaabemowin is one... More

    pp. 3-24

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  2. Ceremony Earth: Digitizing Silko's Novel for Students of the Twenty-First Century

    Rick Mott

    Many students the author has taught get frustrated when they read Leslie Silko's canonical Native American novel, "Ceremony". Not only do they struggle with Silko's disruptions of linear... More

    pp. 25-47

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  3. Native Avatars, Online Hubs, and Urban Indian Literature

    Gabriel S. Estrada

    Teaching American Indian literature with online resources can help diverse urban Indian and multicultural students connect with American Indian cultures, histories, and Nations. This online... More

    pp. 48-70

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  4. Expand and Contract: E-Learning Shapes the World in Cyprus and in California

    Nancy Strow Sheley & Carol Zitzer-Comfort

    In the spring of 2008, university students enrolled in courses at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), and the University of Cyprus (UCY) participated in a cross-cultural e-learning... More

    pp. 71-90

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