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ZR-256705-18
Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership, and the Arts
Rose Diaz, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

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Journeys and Pathways: Contemporary Pueblo Women in Leadership, Service, and the Arts (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Journeys and Pathways: Contemporary Pueblo Women in Leadership, Service, and the Arts
Writer: Rose Diaz, Ph.D.
Director: Beverly Singer, Ph.D.
Director: Rose Diaz, Ph.D.
Producer: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.
Producer: Beverly Singer, Ph.D.
Abstract: This project builds upon a number of earlier efforts to chronicle the lives and stories of Native women, generally elders, and to capture important oral histories before they are lost. Our project’s goal, however, was to focus on the journeys and pathways of an intergenerational, but younger, group of contemporary Pueblo women who were often the “first” in their fields, or among the first women in their communities to cross traditional gender lines. Using oral history methods, we ultimately interviewed twenty women from the Pueblo villages of New Mexico, women who have achieved some extraordinary goals while maintaining strong connections to their communities, culture, and traditions.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://indianpueblo.org
Primary URL Description: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center--Museum--Library and Archives
Access Model: Open Access through the IPCC Library and Archives in Spring 2021.
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


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