Gregory Cajete: Rebuilding Sustainable Indigenous Communities: Applying Native Science

Portland Community College

Dr. Gregory Cajete spoke as part of the "Alternative Forms of Knowledge Construction in Mathematics and Science" lecture series in Portland, Oregon which is co-sponsored by Portland State University and Portland Community College. The series features guest speakers who examine forms of mathematical and scientific practice in a variety of cultural settings.

Native Nations
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Cajete, Gregory. "Rebuilding Sustainable Indigenous Communities: Applying Native Science." Alternative Forms of Knowledge Construction in Mathematics and Science Lecture Series. Portland Community College. Cascade Campus. Portland, Oregon. May 19, 2011. Presentation. (, accessed May 30, 2023)

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