Tribal Wisdom and Storytelling: Drs. David Boje and Gregory Cajete





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Published on Feb 26, 2014

Module 4 features Dr. David Boje and Dr. Gregory Cajete. Boje discusses the differences between indigenous ways of storytelling versus euro-western ways. These differences are demonstrated in Cajete's telling of a traditional American Indian story called "Coyote Loses His Eyes." Indigenous storytelling teaches attunement to the environment, respect for community, and other traditional values, in a living, participative process.

For further information contact Grace Ann Rosile at garosile@nmsu.edu or phone 575-646-5684. Online resources at: http://business.nmsu.edu/programs-cen....

NOTE: All materials developed with much-appreciated support of the NMSU Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative.

Subject Topic: Values and ethical principles underlying business from a Native American viewpoint
Discipline: Management, Marketing, Finance, Business, Tribal Governance, Anthropology
Industry: Tribal business

Type of Resource: Video
University Name: New Mexico State University
Date Created: 2013
Author: Grace Ann Rosile, Ed Breeding, Joe Meier


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