On today’s podcast Jessica hosts Roger Echo-Hawk, a writer / artist, and a citizen of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma. We discussed his role in the origin story of what became Indigenous archaeology – the study of oral tradition; the unfolding racial Indian repatriation movement; the interfacing of archaeology and Indian Country; and the history of race and the rethinking of racial identity systems.
Roger Echo-Hawk on ancient Pawnee history:
Roger Echo-Hawk on Pawnee history:
Roger Echo-Hawk on Indigenous archaeology: