Native American Authors

D'Arcy Rheault (Ishpemingenzaabid) , 1963-


D'Arcy Ishpemingenzaabid Rheault is a Anishinaabe (non-status) of the Lynx Clan who writes about Anishinaabe philosophy and spirituality. He has an MA in Native Studies from Trent University.


Online resources by or about D'Arcy Rheault:

Anishinaabe Mino-Bimaadiziwin / The Way of a Good Life
Author: D'Arcy Ishpemingenzaabid Rheault
Type: authorbio
Description: Rheault's web site includes a photo, biographical information, links to writings available online, and links to Aboriginal resources.

The Ivory Wiigiwaam: Aboriginals and the Academy
Author: Creating Learning Communities
Type: etext
Description: Paper written by Rheault on aboriginal knowledge and "the special issues that Aboriginal students face in a western academic tradition. " Discusses traditional education systems and ceremonial/cultural issues affecting Aboriginal students pursuing advanced degrees in Western universities.

Native American Aztec, Aztec Culture Stereotypes, Aztec Native Americans
Author: Eagle Feather Research Institute
Type: etext
Description: This site offers a free PDF download of Rheault's book, Anishinaabe Mino-Bimaadiziwin / The Way of a Good Life. The link to the book appears at the bottom of the page.

Books by D'Arcy Rheault:

Rheault, D'Arcy. Anishinaabe Mino-Bimaadiziwin / The Way of a Good Life
Peterborough, Ontario : Debwewin Press, 1999.
Genre: Nonfiction
Language: English
Audience: All Ages

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