Intellectual Capital Podcasts
Intellectual Capital: The wisdom and knowledge of our community
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Physicist, Phil Duran, discusses how his quest to realize his Native Tigua heritage set him on a path of linking quantum physics with the Indian world.
Coming Into Balance Symposium, March 2007.
Keywords: Traditional knowledge, identity, Ysleta, energy, matter, spirit
Lilikalā Kame’eleihiwa (Hawaiian) PhD, on learning the Hawaiian language and how that set her on a path of what she calls “trying to learn things the colonizers said we shouldn’t learn.”
Keywords: Traditional knowledge, hula, identity, canoe, science, celestial navagation, chant, Coming Into Balance
Traditional Ojibwa Herbalist, Yako Tahnahga (Mohawk/Taino), on the responsibility of learning traditional knowledge and being accountable to yourself in learning the teachings.
Keywords: Grandmother, medecine, survival, spirituality, Coming Into Balance
Physicist, Phil Duran, talks about how the simple act of gardening provides an opportunity for experiential learning, which he describes as “learning from the earth.”
Keywords: Traditional knowledge, gardening, ants, Coming Into Balance
Traditional Ojibwa Herbalist, Yako Tahnahga (Mohawk/Taino), talks about working with her people and community to give them opportunities to experience the ways of the ancestors and to be able to dream and to vision in a good way.
Keywords: Healing, colonization, elders, medecine, mentor, urban, Coming Into Balance
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