Recording of Navajo-American Culture symposium
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Contains six tapes with recordings of presentations given at a symposium entitled Navajo-American Culture - Anglo-American Culture: Interaction, Change, and Continuity. The symposium was sponsored by the Charles Redd Center of Brigham Young University, the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies at Utah State University, and the BYU History Department. Includes recordings of five presentations by faculty and students on the importance of maintaining Navajo culture when surrounded by the influence of Anglo-American culture. Materials dated 1990.
- Charles Redd Center for Western Studies (creator, Organization)
- Utah State University (creator, Organization)
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The Charles Redd Center for Western Studies (1972- ) was created for with the expansion of area and ethnic studies.
The Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University was created in 1972 in response to the growing interest and awareness of area and ethnic studies. Organized through donations by Charles and Annaley Redd, the center encourages the study of Intermountain and Mountain West regions, promoting publications, lectures, classes, and oral history study. The Center includes a variety of disciplines, including history, geography, sociology, anthropology, politics, economics, literature, art, folklore, range science, forestry, biology, and popular culture.
Utah State University (1888- ) is a public research university in Logan, Utah.
Utah State University (USU) was founded in 1888 as Utah's agricultural college and focused on agriculture, domestic arts and mechanical arts. Now, however, the university offers programs in liberal arts, engineering, business, economics, and elementary and secondary education. USU is the largest public residential campus in Utah. USU's main campus is located in Logan, Utah, with regional campuses in Brigham City, Tooele, and the Uintah Basin.
3 folders (0.09 linear ft.)
Language of Materials
Donated by the Special Collections and Archives Department at Utah State University in 2011.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated; Utah State University; 2011.
Campus activities (performing arts, athletics, symposia, etc.) (University Archives Collection Development Policy, V.b.v.2.d, October 2015).
Processed; Clarissa McIntire, student manuscript processor, and John M. Murphy, curator; 2015.
- Register of Recording of Navajo-American Culture symposium
- Clarissa McIntire
- 2015 March 5
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.