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Seedpods of Abarema jupunba, family Fabaceae. Photo by Terry Henkel.

Seedpods of Abarema jupunba, family Fabaceae. Photo by Terry Henkel.

There are two ways to download the "Behind the Scenes of NMNH" podcast:

1. Download the following MP3 files.

In this interview, Dena'ina Athabascan historian Aaron Leggett discusses his contributions to the Arctic Studies Center exhibition <em>Living Our Cultures, Sharing  Our Heritage: The First Peoples of Alaska</em> at the Anchorage Museum and its value to Alaska Natives and other visitors. He provides details about Dena'ina cultural  heritage objects from the Smithsonian's collection on display and also  discusses his other work, including Dena'ina language revitalization projects.

Exhibiting Dena'ina Athabascan Heritage

In this interview, Dena'ina Athabascan historian Aaron Leggett discusses his contributions to the Arctic Studies Center exhibition Living Our Cultures, Sharing Our Heritage: The First Peoples of Alaska at the Anchorage Museum and its value to Alaska Natives and other visitors. He provides details about Dena'ina cultural heritage objects from the Smithsonian's collection on display and also discusses his other work, including Dena'ina language revitalization projects.

Aron Crowell talks about the  research and collaboration with Alaska Native elders and scholars behind the  innovative exhibition<em> Living Our Cultures, Sharing Our Heritage: The First  Peoples of Alaska</em> (2010- 2017) at the Anchorage  Museum and the Sharing Knowledge website.

Creating an Exhibition with Indigenous Communities

Aron Crowell talks about the research and collaboration with Alaska Native elders and scholars behind the innovative exhibition Living Our Cultures, Sharing Our Heritage: The First Peoples of Alaska (2010- 2017) at the Anchorage Museum and the Sharing Knowledge website.

For previous items in this podcast, see the podcast archive.

2. Subscribe to the podcast. (?)

  • Click on the following icon to link to the RSS feed. RSS feed
  • Or click on the following icon to go directly to the podcast subscription page within your iTunes application. iTunes link
  • or copy the web address below and paste it into any feed reader or podcast application to subscribe to the podcast; you will be able to download each segment through your PC or MP3 player:

    http://www.mnh.si.edu/about/podcastfiles/behindNMNH.rss

Also take a listen to our Sant Ocean Hall "Meet the Exhibit Team" podcast.


(?) There is a lot of free software allowing you to subscribe to podcast feeds. When you copy an address like ours above into the software, it will automatically and periodically check our website for new editions of the podcast. Whenever the software finds a new edition, it will download it to your PC, and into your MP3 player if you desire. Juice is a free podcast receiver for Windows and Mac OS X. Many others can be found here: http://www.buzzmaven.com/podcast-software-list.html.

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