Sources by our Presenters
Vanessa Esquivido-Meza (Nor Rel Muk Wintu Nation)
Esquivido, Vanessa. "The Social Life of Basket Caps: Repatriation Under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, in Hopes of Cultural Revitalization."
Stephanie Lumsden (Hoopa Valley Tribe)
Lumsden, Stephanie. "Reproductive Justice, Sovereignty, and Incarceration: Prison Abolition Politics and California Indians." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 40.1 (2016): 33-46.
Lumsden, Stephanie. Native Americans and the Prison-industrial Complex in California. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, 2014.
Cutcha Risling Baldy (Hupa, Karuk, Yurok) (enrolled Hoopa Valley Tribe)
Baldy, Cutcha Risling. "mini-k’iwh’e: n (For That Purpose—I Consider Things)(Re) writing and (Re) righting Indigenous Menstrual Practices to Intervene on Contemporary Menstrual Discourse and the Politics of Taboo." Cultural Studies↔ Critical Methodologies (2016): 1532708616638695.
Baldy, Cutcha Risling. "Coyote is not a metaphor: On decolonizing,(re) claiming and (re) naming “Coyote”." Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society 4.1 (2015).
Baldy, Cutcha Risling. "Why we gather: traditional gathering in native Northwest California and the future of bio-cultural sovereignty." Ecological Processes 2.1 (2013): 1.
William Bauer, “We Were All Like Migrant Workers Here”: Work, Community and Memory on California’s Round Valley Reservation, 1850-1941 (University of North Carolina Press, 2009)
---. California through Native Eyes: Reclaiming History (Indigenous Confluences), University of Washington, 2016.
Cutcha Risling Baldy, “On Telling Native people to just ‘get over it’ or why I teach about the Walking Dead in my Native Studies classes…*Spoiler Alert!*”, Sometimes Writer-Blogger Cutcha Risling Baldy, http://www.cutcharislingbaldy.com/blog
Julian Lang, ed. Ararapikva: Tradition Karuk Indian Literature from Northwestern California (Literatures of Native California), Heyday, 1994.
Benjamin Madley, An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe, 1846-1873, Yale University Press, 2016.
Malcolm Margolin, The Way We Lived: California Indian Stories, Songs & Reminisces, Heyday, 1992.
Deborah Miranda, Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir, Heyday, 2013.
Greg Sarris, Keeping Slug Woman Alive: A Holistic Approach to American Indian Texts, University of California Press, 1993.
Greg Sarris, ed, The Sound of Rattles and Clappers: A Collection of New California Indian Writing (Sun Tracks), The University of Arizona Press, 1994.
Artists, Websites & More
Native California artists: Judith Lowery (Maidu & PitRiver), Frank Lapena (Wintu Nomtipom, Tenal), Lyn Risling (Karuk, Yurok, & Hupa), James Luna (Luiseño), Tiffany Adams (Chemehuevi, Konkow Maidu), Sarah Biscarra-Dilley (Chumash, Chicana)
Native Women’s Collective: A Grassroots nonprofit organization that supports the continued growth of Native American arts and culture
News from Native California, newsfromnativecalifornia.com
Misc. Pedagogy Sources
Bell Hooks, Teaching to Transgress: Education as the practice of Freedom. Routledge. 1994.
Audre Lorde. "The Uses of the Erotic" Sister Outsider, Crossing Press, 1984.
"The Big List of class Discussion Strategies" http://www.cultofpedagogy.com/speaking-listening-techniques/
Melissa Leal, “Within This Box."
Oral tradition and story sharing: Mike Mirelez (Desert Cahuilla), Ron Goode (North Fork Mono), and Charlie Thom (Karuk).