Thursday, October 26, 2006

Madel's Kitchen Table: Beginning a Conversation

Took me long enough but the podcast is finally coming. The first one is in three pieces because of my son Leroy knocking at the door mostly, still here is part one. Meet Angie Morrill, Michael Lujan Bevacqua and Madel Tmetuchl Ngiraingas. To hear the podcast just click on the title of the post.


At 1:30 AM, Blogger Pikaru said...

I just wanted to let you guys know that you're all doing a wonderful job in voicing the indigenous voice. My cohort is going through similar discourse and thanks for your input. Looking forward for the upcoming podcasts. ;)

At 10:49 PM, Blogger Angie said...

Hey Madonna, I met you last spring, yes? I checked out your blog and so sympathize with you on the identity stuff, it goes on and on and on! And also about the master's thesis, I have to say that I disagree with what your prof said about "every pacific islander has the same relationship to land" or whatever. Obviously I'm not Pacific Islander, but your project, writing about that specific location and relationships sounds interesting and if that is what you want to do I think you should pursue it, you learn so much from research and writing. It is not as if there is too much writing about that subject and not from your research perspective!

I'm wary of silencing and especially when we are told that something similar exists in a general way. Your project wasn't general it was specific and that seems that it would make a difference.

Glad you are listening!


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