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Native Circles

Dr. Farina King & Sarah Newcomb

This podcast features "Native History Nerds" who emphasize that Native American and Indigenous histories and stories need to be taught and learned by everyone, not only in North America but also throughout the world. The primary hosts and founders of Native Circles are Dr. Farina King (Diné) and Sarah Newcomb (Tsimshian), who were inspired to start this podcast to educate wider publics about the interconnections and significance of Native American, Native Alaskan, and Indigenous experiences and matters. Dr. King is the Horizon Chair of Native American Ecology and Culture and an associate professor of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma. Based in Dallas, Texas, Newcomb works as a freelance editor, writer, and blogger with degrees in English and a focus in Non-Fiction Creative Writing. Learn more about the podcast and episodes on the official website of "Native Circles" at https://nativecirclespodcast.com/.
Episodes
Ernestine Berry on Seeking the History of Her People - the United Keetoowah Band of CherokeesNovember 14, 2022 Episode artwork Teagan Dreyer on Native Identity and Self-Determination within Reclaimed Boarding SchoolsOctober 15, 2022 Episode artwork Dr. Michael Kaulana Ing on Native Hawaiian PhilosophySeptember 15, 2022 Episode artwork Jennifer Frazee on Living History, Public Memory, and Native American Studies August 16, 2022 Episode artwork Dr. John Little on Creating Change and Awareness through Indigenous-Centered ProjectsJuly 15, 2022 Episode artwork A Conversation About San Carlos Apache History with Marcus MacktimaJune 15, 2022 Episode artwork Alaska Native History and Food Sovereignty with Dr. Bridget GroatMay 15, 2022 Episode artwork Candessa Tehee and Indigenous Allotment StoriesApril 25, 2022 Episode artwork Samuel Villarreal Catanach on the Role of Language Revitalization within the Process of DecolonizationMarch 17, 2022 Episode artwork Davina Two Bears on Decolonizing Anthropological Studies and Indigenous HistoryFebruary 18, 2022 Episode artwork Conversation with Authors of Returning Home: Diné Creative Works from the Intermountain Indian SchoolJanuary 19, 2022 Episode artwork Midge Dellinger on Authentic Remembrance of Indigenous Ancestors and HistoryDecember 19, 2021 Episode artwork Alaina E. Roberts on the Intersection of Black and Native American HistoryNovember 02, 2021 Episode artwork Samantha Benn-Duke and Native Women in EducationOctober 21, 2021 Episode artwork Ryan Morini and Indigenous Oral HistoryAugust 30, 2021 Episode artwork Marsha Small and Finding the Voices of Indigenous Boarding School StudentsAugust 05, 2021 Episode artwork First Episode with Farina King and Sarah Newcomb discussing Indigenous Boarding School ExperiencesJuly 04, 2021 Episode artwork