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Dr. Aresta Tsosie-Paddock helped students write, direct, and star in Navajo language play

Hai Dooleł: a play written by, directed by, and starring Navajo language students to preserve culture


The main characters Rabbit, Sheep, and Deer interact with each other in the Hai Dooleel (When Winter Comes) play. The students of AIS/LING 204A wrote and directed a play in the native Diné language. Photo: Sydney Kenig | The Daily Wildcat



Full article in the Daily Wildcat


Published Date: 

12/17/2018 - 10:19pm

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College of Social and Behavioral Sciences