Sunday, June 12, 2011

Dan Moonhawk Alford

"Indigenous Science I've looked over the emails so far and would like to join into this wonderful discussion, having had the pleasure of meeting and being with you, David, at the 1992 Dialogue with David Bohm in Kalamazoo, as well as at further ones with you in Banff.
I don't know whether this is a long email or a paper for discussion. As you know, I'm a linguist: one whose professional mind was shaped by Chomskyan linguistics during its heyday at UCLA -- only to be shaped again by an encounter with Algonkians of the Plains, the Northern Cheyennes, for four years, and then fine-tuned for the next 25 by a mixed-Algonkian (Cheyenne/Mikmaq) couple and some of their other Algonkian (Blackfoot) friends."

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