Indigenous Paradigm Alternatives to Global Crises: When Worldviews Collide

James Fenelon

Indigenous Paradigm Alternatives to Global Crises: When Worldviews Collide on ICERM Radio aired on Saturday, July 16, 2016 @ 2 PM Eastern Time (New York).

Inaugural Lecture: 2016 Summer Lecture Series

Listen to the inaugural lecture of the 2016 Summer Lecture Series. 

Theme:  “Indigenous Paradigm Alternatives to Global Crises: When Worldviews Collide”

James FenelonDistinguished Guest: James FenelonPh.D., Director of Center for Indigenous Peoples Studies and Professor of Sociology, California State University, San Bernardino.

Dr. James Fenelon is professor of sociology, (PhD, Northwestern; B.A., Loyola Marymount; Masters, Harvard & the School for International Training), having published Culturicide, Resistance, and Survival of the Lakota (Sioux Nation); numerous book chapters and articles, and edited special journal issues.

He is Lakota/Dakota from Standing Rock, having taught internationally, with indigenous peoples globally, and with urban groups.

His newest book (with Thomas D. Hall) Indigenous Peoples and Globalization, utilizes world systems analysis over indigenous cultural domination and global stratification.

James teaches race / ethnic relations, urban sociology, social movements, indigenous issues, political sociology, sovereignty, and dedicates his professional life to assisting social justice struggles.

To learn more about this subject, read Dr. James Fenelon’s presentation on “Indigenous Paradigms and Climate Change: When Worldviews Collide“.


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