Remembering Vine Deloria

Published on May 8, 2012 American Indian author, theologian, historian, and activist Vine Deloria, Jr. talks with documentary film producer Grant Crowell about American Indian politics and academic freedom, and recent controversies with certain academics claiming American Indian ethnicity for political gain (including Ward Churchill). Recorded from Vine Deloria’s home in Golden, Colorado in 2005.

BOOK REVIEW: Unraveling the spreading cloth of time

MariJo Moore and Trace A. DeMeyer’s Innovative Anthology Gives Voice to Indigenous Thoughts Concerning the Universe Review by Jessie Robie, Unraveling the Spreading Cloth of Time: Indigenous Thoughts Concerning the Universe. PB, 320pp, $22.95, ebook $6.99 rENEGADE pLANETS pUBLISHING, Candler, NC, USA “It was not until the 20th Century that [Eurasian scientists and […]

New anthology: Unraveling the Spreading Cloth of Time

Last year well-known poet-author MariJo Moore (who lives in North Carolina and was mentored by Vine Deloria Jr.) contacted me and invited me to co-edit a new anthology about quantum physics and thoughts about this “time” we are experiencing and how Indigenous people view the universe. MariJo put out a call for Native American writers and many responded immediately […]