Dana Lepofsky, Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares, and Oqwilowgwa Kim Recalma-Clutesi

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Dana Lepofsky is a professor in archaeology at Simon Fraser University; Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares is a researcher in ethnecology at the University of Helsinki’s Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science; Oqwilowgwa Kim Recalma-Clutesi is a contributor to the special issue on Ethnobiology Through Song/CEO Ninogaad Knowledge Keepers Foundation/BOD APTN.

Dana Lepofsky, Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares, and Oqwilowgwa Kim Recalma-Clutesi's articles

Published On: Jan 03,2020
OPINION: Indigenous songs communicate knowledge, teachings, and wisdom. Recognizing their importance is both a moral and practical imperative.