Vine Deloria, Jr

A conversation with Vine Deloria, Jr.

Producer
University of Arizona
Year

Indian writer Vine Deloria responds to questions from three interviewers, discussing the status quo of American writing about Indians. Deloria offers educational recommendations for Native Americans to counteract the predominance of Anglo viewpoints in the current literature.

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Citation

University of Arizona. "A conversation with Vine Deloria, Jr." University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona. 1978. Interview. (http://streaming.oia.arizona.edu/clientFlashABR/play.php?clipname=/perm/..., accessed February 23, 2023)

Vine Deloria's Last Video Interview

Producer
Walking Eagle Productions
Year

American Indian author, theologian, historian, and activist Vine Deloria, Jr. (1933-2005) talks with documentary film producer Grant Crowell about traditional Indigenous governance systems and criteria for citizenship, the impact of colonial policies on tribal citizenship (specifically the effects of blood quantum), and recent controversies with certain academics claiming American Indian ethnicity for political gain. The interview was recorded from Vine Deloria's home in Golden, Colorado in 2005, shortly before his passing.

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Citation

Walking Eagle Productions. "Vine Deloria's Last Video Interview." Walking Eagle Productions. Golden, Colorado. 2005. Interview. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLI4srZuh5A, accessed April 22, 2013)