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Tribal Research Specialist: The Podcast tackle real issues related to research by Tribal people in their communities. The show is hosted by Dr. Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) and Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke). Dr. Pete is from the Flathead Indian Reservation in Arlee, Montana. He completed a M.S. in Geology and an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Montana. Brien resides in Hardin, MT and the Crow Indian Reservation. He completed his M.A. in Anthropology at the University of Montana. The show includes discussions on matters important in Indian Country, including reclaiming research traditions, highlighting Tribal values and bringing to the forefront issue and current state of affairs in Tribal communities. We aim to uncover the meaning of research methodological approaches that are currently operating in Tribal lifeways with implication for Tribal communities and avenues for knowledge production.

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Tribal Research Specialist: The Podcast tackle real issues related to research by Tribal people in their communities. The show is hosted by Dr. Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) and Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke). Dr. Pete is from the Flathead Indian Reservation in Arlee, Montana. He completed a M.S. in Geology and an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Montana. Brien resides in Hardin, MT and the Crow Indian Reservation. He completed his M.A. in Anthropology at the University of Montana. The show includes discussions on matters important in Indian Country, including reclaiming research traditions, highlighting Tribal values and bringing to the forefront issue and current state of affairs in Tribal communities. We aim to uncover the meaning of research methodological approaches that are currently operating in Tribal lifeways with implication for Tribal communities and avenues for knowledge production.

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#55 - O.G. Powwow Boy Band: Evolution of a Contemporary Powwow Singing Group - Guest James "Bud" Day

5/28/2024
Send us a Text Message. Powwow Music Evolution and Stories - 00:12:03 Discussion on Traditional Singing Fundamentals - 00:21:48 Evolution of Contemporary Powwow Singing Styles - 00:27:51 More on the Evolution of Contemporary Powwow Singing - 00:36:09 TBZ Evolution - 00:52:04 Powwow Singing Critique and Memories - 01:02:43 Music & Culture - 01:09:19 Influential Singers and Song Making - 01:15:40 Songwriting and Musical Influence - 01:25:54 Song Origins and Influences - 01:30:19 Memorable Songs and Powwow Contests - 01:40:56 The Impact of Powwow Singing Culture - 01:49:47 Song Memory - 02:03:26 Song from this episode (Link to YouTube) Blackstone Singers at G.O.N. Northern Cree-Schemitzun 95' Eyabay-Schemitzun 94'(2) StarBlanket Jrs - Kehew 11 THE BOYZ @ SHAKOPEE POW WOW 2018 The Boyz SNL @ Muckleshoot Vets 2019 Guest: James "Bud" Day (Bois Forte band of Ojibwe) Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) How to cite this episode (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2024, May 28). #55 - O.G. Powwow Boy Band: Evolution of a Contemporary Powwow Singing Group - Guest James "Bud" Day [Audio podcast episode]. In Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://www.buzzsprout.com/953152/15136464 How to cite this podcast (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2020–present). Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast [Audio podcast]. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Support the Show.

Duration:02:13:41

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#54 - Fencepost Philosophy: Familial Boundaries Delineating Logic, Tradition and Belief.

4/17/2024
Send us a Text Message. Missing VHS tape and a burial board. 0:00 Slang phrases and their origins. 4:38 Cultural preservation, imposition, and ethnocentrism. 11:56 Conflicts within families due to differing beliefs and values. 20:35 Family dynamics and cultural preservation among Native American siblings. 26:01 Cultural loss and its impact on family dynamics and identity. 34:27 Cultural practices, family dynamics, and language revitalization. 42:17 Language and logic in indigenous communities. 49:22 Differences in logic and reasoning between individuals. 53:49 Cultural schemas and understanding Native American realities. 59:16 Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) How to cite this episode (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2024, April 18). #54 - Fencepost Philosophy: Familial Boundaries Delineating Logic, Tradition and Belief. [Audio podcast episode]. In Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://www.buzzsprout.com/953152/14644168 How to cite this podcast (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2020–present). Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast [Audio podcast]. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Support the Show.

Duration:01:05:56

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#53 - A Smudge Too Far: Perils of Pretendigenous Smudging

3/8/2024
Send us a Text Message. Police encounters. 0:24 Colonialism, language, and smudging. 4:48 Smudging practice and techniques. 11:25 The origin and usage of the word "smudge" in Native American contexts. 16:58 Smudging practices and Timing. 23:08 Smudging practices and cultural context. 30:53 Cultural knowledge and tradition invention. 38:27 Smudging and its significance. 43:13 Smudging and gang fights. 49:51 Indigenous representation and responsibility. 56:57 Music, dance, and smudging. 1:03:38 Cultural identity and reconnecting with heritage. 1:09:54 Guest: Salisha Old Bull (Apsáalooke/Salish) Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) How to cite this episode (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2024, February 18). #53 - A Smudge Too Far: Perils of Pretendigenous Smudging [Audio podcast episode]. In Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://www.buzzsprout.com/953152/14598221 How to cite this podcast (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2020–present). Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast [Audio podcast]. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Support the Show.

Duration:01:14:56

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#52 - Authenticity Under Surveillance: A Native’s Guide to Being Yourself…Everywhere!

2/18/2024
Send us a Text Message. Archive music and recording techniques. 0:00 Native American music styles and cultural influences. 5:37 Tribal engagement and cultural resource management. 13:59 Tribal consultation and engagement in BLM meetings. 20:16 Identity and cultural expression. 28:12 Identity and spirituality. 33:02 Cultural preservation and learning. 37:50 Indigenous identity and research methods. 45:44 Positionality and self-location in indigenous contexts. 50:37 Indigenous methodology and privilege. 54:30 Crow fair traditions and announcing rights. 1:00:28 Cultural rights and knowledge transfer. 1:05:16 Self-location and cultural authenticity. 1:11:45 Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) How to cite this episode (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2024, February 18). #52 - Authenticity Under Surveillance: A Native’s Guide to Being Yourself…Everywhere! [Audio podcast episode]. In Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com/953152/14523475 How to cite this podcast (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2020–present). Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast [Audio podcast]. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com/ Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Support the Show.

Duration:01:20:28

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#51 - Anti-Un-De-Colonial Indigenization Potluck: A cornucopia of gripes and thoughts

12/18/2023
Send us a Text Message. Traditions Unveiled: Navigating the True Meaning of Thanksgiving. 0:00 Feast or Fiesta: Exploring Food Choices Beyond Thanksgiving. 6:21 Reclaiming Histories: Indigenous Research Challenges and Opportunities. 12:52 From Podcasts to Papers: Academic Writing Adventures. 20:29 Success, Legitimacy, and Indigenous Research Methodologies. 28:41 Ownership and Equality: Indigenous Knowledge and Research Perspectives. 35:28 Unmasking Misconceptions: Tribal Culture, Animals, and Academia. 43:12 Publishing Pitfalls: Navigating Challenges in Academic Research. 47:41 Indigenous Wisdom Unbound: Manifestos, Anthologies, and Competing Interpretations. 51:03 Land Matters: Indigenous Research and the Power of Language. 1:02:49 Conference Chronicles: Live Recordings, Reviews, and Sponsorship Dilemmas. 1:09:05 Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) How to cite this episode (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2023, December 19). #51 - Anti-Un-De-Colonial Indigenization Potluck: A cornucopia of gripes and thoughts [Audio podcast episode]. In Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com/953152/14171390 How to cite this podcast (apa) Pete, S. H., & Brien, A. (Hosts). (2020–present). Tribal Research Specialist:The Podcast [Audio podcast]. Tribal Research Specialist, LLC. https://tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com/ Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Check out our sponsors below Support the Show.

Duration:01:13:39

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#50 - Drama at Club NCAI: Native Identity Scuffles for Federal Scraps - Guest: Salisha Old Bull

11/24/2023
Send us a Text Message. Native American identity and organization. 0:00 Federal recognition for Native American tribes. 7:07 Native American identity and federal recognition. 19:25 Tribal recognition and federal government responsibilities. 21:58 Tribal recognition and identity. 27:21 Cultural identity and authenticity. 34:22 Native American policy and advocacy. 42:26 Tribal sovereignty and cultural preservation. 47:19 Guest: Salisha OldBull (Salish/Crow) Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the Show.

Duration:01:00:08

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#49 - Nakoa HeavyRunner Unplugged: The Life and Times of a Round Dance Alchemist

11/17/2023
Send us a Text Message. Pain, suffering, and aging. 0:00 Changes in powwow music and culture. 9:43 The evolution of music and its impact on artists. 16:07 Music evolution and nostalgia. 17:52 Round dance music and production. 26:56 Music recording techniques and cringe-worthy old songs. 35:17 Audio engineering and preserving cultural heritage. 39:30 Preserving cultural heritage through storytelling. 45:00 Singing and Songwriting Challenge. 51:04 Music and emotions. 1:01:04 Music recording and release strategies. 1:11:49 Singing, priorities, and life choices. 1:20:37 Music and its power to heal and connect people. 1:23:29 Music, culture, and change. 1:28:33 Guest: Nakoa HeavyRunner Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Visit Nakoa's Website to sample and purchase his music: https://www.nakoaheavyrunner.com/ Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the Show.

Duration:01:34:23

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#48 - Drums, Dreams and Cultural Schemes: A Beatdown on Indigenous Conferences.

11/10/2023
Send us a Text Message. Traditional songs and their cultural significance. 0:04 Indigenous singing and morality. 22:28 Indigenous land acknowledgments and cultural appropriation. 34:43 Conference planning and land acknowledgments. 41:45 Incorporating traditional ceremonies into a conference. 55:45 Indigenous Research Methodologies and Identity. 1:12:21 Organizing a conference for indigenous researchers. 1:18:52 Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the Show.

Duration:01:32:49

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#47 - Highbrowing Indigenous Cinema: What do Natives want... realism or escapism? Guest: Salisha Old Bull

9/8/2023
Send us a Text Message. Intro: Too much sodium? 0:00 The best Predator movie ever made. 18:15 You’re not active listening 22:48 Eagle feathers and fake feathers. 35:43 Not so good Ten Indigenous Movies List. 49:24 TRS Top 5 Indigenous Movies List. 1:08:08 Cinema should be an escape from the past. 1:36:47 Movie Quotes Thunderheart (1992) - Busted arm Dances With Wolves (1990) - Why don't he write Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (2009) - Arogog's funeral The Big Lebowski (1998) - Donny's Ashes Dances With Wolves (1990) - Don't hurt my mules The Last Dragon (1985) - Sho'nuff Predator (1987) Get to the Choppa! - I am here, kill me, do it - CIA got you pushing too many. Wayne's World 2 (1993) - DJ Handsome Dan Wayne's World (1992) - if you're gonna spew Predator (1987) I'm gonna have me some fun - It ain't no man Commando (1985) Army surplus store - Let off some steam Back to the Future (1985) - Hello, McFly Not So Good Movie List Powwow Highway (1988) Dances with Wolves (1990) Last of the Mohicans (1992) Theme Song (Promentory) Smoke Signals (1998) Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner (2001) Wind Talkers (2002) The Business of Fancydancing (2002) Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007) Songs My Brothers Taught Me (2015) Wind River (2017) TRS Top 5 Shandin Pete Little Big Man - Thunderheart - Skins - Hunt for the Wilderpeople - Windwalker Aaron Brien Thunderheart - Dance Me Outside - Last of the Dogmen - The Education of Little Tree - The Missing - Powwow Highway Salisha Old bull Little Bi Support the Show.

Duration:01:42:33

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#46 - Inside Indian Country: A Discussion on Kool-Aid, Pork Chops and Indian Law - Guest: Bryan Dupuis

8/10/2023
Send us a Text Message. Typical life. 2:25 Bryan’s law degree and how he got started. 10:55 I'm glad people are listening. 18:30 Dirty Belly. 19:55 What is the legal definition of heritage? 27:59 The Revolutionary War and the royal proclamation. 34:45 Wabash Land Company and the Rebellion. 38:56 Proclivity and the revolutionary war. 41:20 Race Judicata and the legal system. 46:36 Have you ever seen white people eat pork chops? 52:39 Shake and bake and shake and bake. 54:56 Orange Kool Aid. 56:07 Sovereignty is about autonomy. 1:00:32 Sovereignty vs. morality. 1:01:39 Skepticism on the legal system. 1:08:05 Spaces of Sovereignty. 1:13:16 Fair and inclusive so everyone can hear. 1:17:19 Not a system designed for us. 1:19:50 Unification of the supreme court. 1:23:05 Support the Show.

Duration:01:35:00

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#45 - Tribal Pride and Prejudice: Understanding superficial practice and actual practice.

7/23/2023
Send us a Text Message. My uncle shot a real big buck. 0:00 The Public Enemy tape. 2:31 The best old dance recording I've ever heard. 14:39 Weasel skins and porcupine quills. 17:59 The problem with romanticism about the past. 24:36 Practitioners knowledge vs non practitioners knowledge. 32:04 Practice vs. Ideology. 39:16 Dealing with the fear of not being enough. 45:48 The importance of not being critical of indigenous studies. 50:18 When does it become our responsibility to tell people to be respectful? 1:07:56 Put your pride away. 1:12:34 Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the Show.

Duration:01:19:44

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#44 - Indian Basketball, Fancy Dancing and Indigenous Citation with Guest Walter RunsAbove

6/5/2023
Send us a Text Message. Can you hear me now? 0:00 Goose from the stronghold. 0:55 Old school rock and roll. 7:33 Chicken Dance song. 10:56 The beginning of fancy dancing. 15:05 Fancy dance competitions and trophies. 20:08 The flare from the rocker. 26:39 Cool names and nicknames. 32:14 Ruffling your rocker. 40:03 The power that comes from the floor. 46:06 Nighttime is just dancing. 50:41 Getting into the top four. 56:30 How important is the origin of something? 1:04:15 The knife and the bandaid. 1:11:06 Singing and singing. 1:16:35 Fancy Dance by Featherstone. 1:22:47 Dance to the drums. 1:32:58 Dancing in Bozeman. 1:42:22 Spaghetti for dinner. 1:44:08 Guest: Walter RunsAbove Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Audio clip by: Thinking of Driving - by Kjartan Abel. Visit https://kjartan-abel.com/library to find free music for your next project. This work is licensed under the following: CC BY-SA 4.0 Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International. Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the Show.

Duration:01:51:44

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#43 - An Intervention for Aaron: A discussion on inconvenient truths, criticism and uniformity

4/10/2023
Send us a Text Message. In this season 3 kickoff episode we welcome back Aaron with an investigation into some of our past discussions.Since his absence in the past four months we have had a chance to review past episode to find opportunities to dive deeper into unresolved matters. Specifically we reintroduce the idea that criticism in Indian Country should not stray into dogmatism. This launches us into further discussions into whether tribal understanding can hold multiple truths. An interesting divergence is made into a discussion on similarities that may be found in the non-overlapping magisteria view described by Steven Jay Gould in 1997. The episode continues by touching in the apparent uniformity characteristics of tribal people. The conversation centers on the idea of a common belief in light of religious and other assimilative forces working to erode tradition and norms. The discussion remains unfinished as we tackle the notion that rituals ought to evolve The questions remains as to why some disappear while others change form. Support the Show.

Duration:01:04:52

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#42 Tribal Boomer Exodus: Indigenous Gen X on Reframing Identity and Governance in the Void with Guest Pat Matt

1/19/2023
Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Qʷlm tl Stltla (Patrick Matt Jr., Qlispé) joins the discussion on the phenomenon of the older generation of tribal leadership retiring and how the next generation will fill the void with new ideas about identity and governance. Discussed are issues related the short longevity of the newly adopted governance structure of tribal nations. Since 1934 the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes have governed from an imposed model in the form of a formalized constitution. The mismatch of traditional values and norms are discussed and new ideas are postulated to take on emerging leadership roles. As always, thank you for listening! Guest: Qʷlm tl Stltla - Patrick Matt Jr., (Qlispé) Hosts: Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Episode Sponsor: Wyld Gallery - Austin Texas Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the Show.

Duration:01:35:23

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#41 - "Hang Around the Conference Indians": Re-imagining a modern structure for discussing Tribal research

11/24/2022
Send us a Text Message. In this episode we discuss opinions in Native inspired conferences. Conferences have been integrated in as a mode of convening and disseminating knowledge across Tribal Nations. They have become the mainstay for meeting and sharing some cultural pursuits and identities. We briefly discuss ideas that we have about conferences in general and touch on some pathways to reinventing a way to meet and discuss in a fashion that is less reflective of academic institutions. As always, thank you for listening! Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Episode Sponsor: Wyld Gallery - Austin Texas Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the Show.

Duration:01:05:14

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#40 - "Thoughts and Prayer": Untangling vague and specific modes of supplication

10/25/2022
Send us a Text Message. In this episode we discuss an important component of Native reality. Prayer is a unique endeavor in Tribal life that continues to thread through nearly all processes that are deemed important. We discuss some of the recent stereotypes and romantic expressions while reflection on our own experiences and understanding of the process of wish-making. As always, thank you for listening! Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Episode Sponsor: Wyld Gallery - Austin Texas Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the Show.

Duration:01:17:03

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#39 The Saga of White Josh: A "how to" guide to living White on the Rez

9/26/2022
Send us a Text Message. In this episode we have chat with guest Joshua Rosenau. Josh has been living on the Reservation for a number of years and shares his insight as a Non-Native outsider. His experience in connecting with Natives and some cultural pursuits are highlighted as advice for other non-Natives seeking to understand the Native experience. As a non-Native, Josh overviews some mistakes and the lessons learned from these experiences. As always, thank you for listening! Guest: Joshua Rosenau Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Episode Sponsor: Wyld Gallery - Austin Texas Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the show Support the Show.

Duration:01:45:27

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#38 - That One White Guy on the Rez: Original Style Singing and Sovereignty

8/9/2022
Send us a Text Message. In this episode we take some time to jump around in our thoughts about a number important topic. We start the discussion by introducing the topic and issues of outsiders living in and around Indian County while enjoining in some of our cultural practicers. This brief discussion leads us in to an in depth conversation about original style powwow singing. In this discussion we take the time to provide some auditory examples of singing styes through a few different eras while pointing our nuanced differences. These examples provide a backdrop to further discussions on rules imposed by Tribal nations for their modern contest powwows. The concept of sovereignty and the importance of the witness are discussed. The conversation circles back to "that one White Guy" on the Rez while building up to the forthcoming next episode where this phenomenon will be discussed further. As mentioned in this episode, here are the links to the songs discussed: Old Agency Pow Wow Singers - tasha helay YouTube Channel Upper Crossing - Young Bear - Topic YouTube Channel High Noon - Schemitzun World Championship 2000 - Topic YouTube Channel Crow songs - All Nations Warriors Society YouTube Channel As always, thank you for listening! Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Episode Sponsor: Wyld Gallery - Austin Texas Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Click below ↓ to... Support the Show.

Duration:01:18:31

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#37 - Reconciling Past and Present Realities: Issues with written text about “Indian Things”

5/20/2022
Send us a Text Message. In this episode we revisit some unfinished business from a previous discussion. Specifically, We dive deeper in the complications found when Native thoughts and philosophies are committed to written text, especially in legal and academic scholarship. Some primary issues are knowing that we may not fully understand the construct that are being writing about. Additionally, some traditions and customs are better left out of written form in order to preserve their evolutionary nature. The cautionary tale here is that some written forms of Tribal thoughts and traditions can become interpreted as static and settle business. Yet, many tradition and customs have evolved with the changing world. This can cause much confusion and perpetuation of romantic stereotypes. Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Support the Show.

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#36 - The Problem with Repatriation and Tribal Death Norms: The evolution of Indigenous epistemologies

3/12/2022
Send us a Text Message. Death is one of the final cultural expression in any society. The discussion of death and mourning can be a sensitive topic. The TRS team discuss current and modern beliefs related to human remains in relation to repatriation of objects from museums. This is contrasted with the what we understand about the beliefs of our ancestor. Importantly, where and how did current beliefs diverge from past traditions? Or, have they even diverged? The discussion centers on some protocols that may have evolved to fit into the changing social and cultural reality. In the second half the TRS team furthers the discussion centered on current issues surrounding the perpetuation of internal romantic ideas and misconceptions. These issues can stifle progress within our indigenous traditions and can continue to spread belief that may not be contributing to addressing the reality of today. In the end the discussion wraps up by tackling how this concept also applies to current understanding of Indigenous research and knowledge production in Tribal communities. Hosts: Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke), Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) Podcast Website: tribalresearchspecialist.buzzsprout.com Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tribal-research-specialist-the-podcast/id1512551396 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/1H5Y1pWYI8N6SYZAaawwxb Twitter: @tribalresearchspecialist Facebook: www.facebook.com/TribalResearchSpecialist YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9HR4B2ubGK_aaQKEt179Q Website: www.tribalresearchspecialist.com Support the Show.

Duration:01:07:19