Presentations from the 2014 Meeting

KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

Note: This is not a complete list of all 2014 presenters, but only a compilation of video, powerpoint, and publication files that presenters submitted after the meeting for dissemination here.

Narcisse Blood (Blackfoot)and Ryan Heavy Head: “A Sense of Place”
Video
Powerpoint

Lynn Gehl (Anishinaabe): “DEBWEWIN JOURNEY: A methodology and model of knowing”
Video
Powerpoint
Paper

Joseph P. Gone (Gros Ventre)
Video
Powerpoint

Ryan Heavy Head and Narcisse Blood (Blackfoot): “A Sense of Place”
Video
Powerpoint

Dawn Hill Adams (Choctaw): “The World We Live in Now”
Powerpoint

Ku Kahakalau (Native Hawaiian)
Video
Powerpoint

Lori Lambert (Nulhegan Abenaki/Mi’kmaq): “Why do we need the AIRA: the Mission of Indigenous Research”
Powerpoint

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Mary Big Bow, MSW (Chippewa Cree). A Dialogue: “Wanted: Social Workers to Assist Indigenous Peoples.”
Powerpoint

Sherri Chisan, Blue Quills First Nations College: “Indigenous Doctoral Program/Research Ethics Policy.”
Powerpoint
Poster

Tom Cavanagh: “Restorative Justice in a Denver, Colorado school.”
Abstract

Lyn DeLorme: “Quilting a Journey: Decolonizing Instructional Design.”
Powerpoint

Dupuis (Salish): “Articulating Cultural Consonance for Health and Wellbeing Among the Selish, Ksanka and Qlipse People.”
Powerpoint

Loretta Heuer, RN, North Dakota Sate University; Lane Azure, Ph.D., Cankdeska Cikana Community College; Mary M. Wright, Ph.D., North Dakota State University; Melissa Anderson, RN: “A Conceptual Model that Promotes the Recruitment and Retention of American Indians into Nursing.”
Powerpoint

James Hundley: “Border Securitization and Transnational Ethnicity: Coast Salish.”
Powerpoint

Jordan Lewis, University of Washington: “Motivation for Sobriety among Alaska Native Elders.”
Powerpoint

Anne Lindblom, University of Eastern Finland and Karlstad University, Sweden: “How to listen and give voice to First Nations children in BC, Canada, diagnosed with autism – ethnography in practice.”
Powerpoint
Paper

Tod Shocky. Evaluations from the 2013 conference.
Powerpoint

Lydia Silva (Blackfeet) : “Ma-kap-Pii: Historical Trauma from Diverse Cultures.”
Paper

Marsha Small (Northern Cheyenne): “Preservation of Sacred Sites and Sacred Places with Geo-referencing Systems: A Voice for the Children of Chemawa Cemetery.”
Powerpoint

SSITA — Jessica Venable, Jimi Del Duca (Chilebe Akchiie), Frank Sage, Brandy Ann Sato. AIRA Graduate Student Group: “Decolonizing Our Own Stories.”
Powerpoint

Swaney (Salish); Ke Wu, PhD; Patti Holkup, PhD, RN; and Emily Matt Salois, MSW, ACSW (Blackfeet): “Historical Trauma and Grief: An Intervention Project Related to Place.”
Powerpoint

Ronald Trosper, Katherine Brooks , Elizabeth Eklund, Matt Schwoebel, Kestrel Smith, Juanita Francis, Maya Bernadett, Peter DuBois, and Lisa Palacios, University of Arizona: “Collaborative research scoring rubric for projects with Indigenous peoples.”
Powerpoint