Northern Arizona University Indigenous Studies Publications
All are 6" x 9" Paperbacks
Paperback copies of the books listed below can be purchased from Northern Arizona University's College of Education (Please mark any correspondence "Attn: Jon Reyhner"),
P.O. Box 5774, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff,
Arizona 86011-5774. Phone 928 523 0580; FAX 928 523 1929. E-mail Jon
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- Honoring Our Elders: Culturally Appropriate
Approaches to Teaching Indigenous Students is a collection of 15 papers on aspects
of language revitalization and culture-based education. 2015, 218 pages. ISBN 978-0-9670554-7-3.
- Honoring Our Children: Culturally Appropriate
Approaches to Teaching Indigenous Students is a collection of eight papers that explore various aspects
of culturally-based pedagogy for Indigenous students. 2013, 166 pages. ISBN 978-0-9670554-6-6.
- "Honoring Our Heritage: Culturally Appropriate
Approaches to Teaching Indigenous Students is an informative and welcomed addition to the literature on culturally-based education illustrating engaging strategies for developing effective and meaningful education programs for Indigenous students"
--David Beaulieu, Professor Emeritus, Arizona State University and former President,
National Indian Education Association. 2011, 210 pages. ISBN 978-0-9670544-5-9. TEMPORARILY OUT OF PRINT
- Indigenous Language
Revitalization includes speeches and papers presented at the 2007 and 2008
Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposiums. Dr. Christine Sims writes in her American Indian Quarterly review
that it "covers a broad variety of topics and information that will be of
interest to practitioners, researchers, and advocates of Indigenous languages."
222 pages. ISBN 0-9670554-4-X.
- Nurturing Native
Languages includes speeches and papers from the 2001, 2002, and
2003 Stabilizing Indigenous Languages conferences. Topics include Native
language immersion, using technology, and other issues related to the
revitalization of Indigenous languages. 190 pages. ISBN 0-9670554-3-1.
- Indigenous Languages Across the Community
papers describing indigenous language efforts in Canada, the USA, New
Zealand, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Russia, and the Caribbean. They are divided into six
sections: Broad perspectives and policy, language and whole community development,
educational advances, languages and literacy development, the media, and the meeting of
Inuit and Yupik participants. 263 pp. ISBN 0-9670554-2-3.
in Beauty: Indigenous Education for a New Century is a 160
page collection of 11 papers from the Second
Annual Learn in Beauty Conference held in Flagstaff, Arizona, in June
2000. A review in the 2002 issue of Language Teaching and
Research (Vol. 6, #1) notes "I welcome this book as one attempt
to bring together a wide range of aboriginal and non-aboriginal
voices. Those voices include university professors, school board
directors, and teachers of indigenous languages. I will use this
collection to inform, clarify, and inspire my own teaching, to affirm
my own observations, and most importantly to bring other aboriginal
voices to my students who are dealing with the same issues, often in
isolation and with few resources. For current and future teachers,
this volume will be a useful aid in assessing their own situations and
in making their own informed choices." ISBN 0-9670554-1-5.
Indigenous Languages is a 160 page collection of 11
papers from the Fifth Annual Stabilizing Indigenous
Languages Symposium held in Louisville, Kentucky, in May 1998. ISBN
0-9670554-0-7. The Fall 2000 issue of the Indigenous Nations Studies
Journal describes this book in a review as "an important resource
for scholars and the general public" offering "a rich series of
organized efforts directed toward the preservation of Indigenous
languages undergoing shift" (p. 124). TEMPORARILY OUT OF PRINT
- Teaching Indigenous
Languages is a 323 page collection of 25 papers presented at the
Fourth Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium "Sharing Effective Language Renewal
Practices" held in May 1997 at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. The conference
brought together nearly 300 indigenous language experts, teachers, and
community activists to
share information on how indigenous languages can best be taught at home
and at school. ISBN 0-9624990-3-X Go
to brief overview of Teaching Indigenous Languages.
- Stabilizing Indigenous Languages is
the 232 page proceedings of the First and Second Stabilizing Indigenous
Languages Symposiums. An essay review of Stabilizing Indigenous
Languages and Teaching
Indigenous Languages was published in Vol. 11, No. 2, 1988 issue of
the journal Language, Culture, and Curriculum. The reviewer wrote
"Cantoni's and Reyhner's volumes are a treasure trove of ideas and
materials.... The two books should be viewed as companion volumes." ISBN