Coordinator, American Indian Studies Program, Ethnic Studies
Professor, Ethnic Studies
Professor, Education, Culture & Society
- Deyhle, D., “Listening to Lives: Lessons Learned from American Indian Youth,” Honoring Our Children. Culturally Appropriate Teaching for Indigenous Students. Northern Arizona University Press, 2013.
- Deyhle, D. Reflections in Place: Connected Lives of Navajo Women. University of Arizona Press.
- Deyhle, D. & Swisher, K. “ Connecting the Circle in American Indian Education”, In Banks, J. The Routledge International Companion to Multicultural Education.
- Deyhle, D., Swisher, K., Stevens, T. & Trinidad, R. (2008). " Indigenous Resistance and Renewal: From Colonizing Practices to Self-Determination." In Michael Connelly, Ming Fang He, & JoAnn Phillion (Eds). The Sage Handbook of Curriculum and Instruction, Sage Publication.
- Deyhle, D. Think Twice About That Poster. In Mica Pollock, Everyday Racism, South End Press, (August 2008).
- Deyhle, D. & McCarty, T. (2007). Beatrice Medicine and the Anthropology of Education: Legacy and Vision for Critical Race/Critical Language Research and Praxis. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, Vol. 38, No. 3., pp. 209-238.
- Brayboy, B. & Deyhle, D. (2001). Native Researchers: Ethical Issues. Theory Into Practice. .
- Villenas, S. & Deyhle, D. (Fall, 1999). Critical Race Theory and Ethnographies Challenging the Stereotypes: Latino Families, Schooling, Resilience and Resistance. Curriculum Inquiry .
- Parker, L., Deyhle, D. and Villenas, S. (1999). Race is, race isn't: Critical race theory and qualitative studies in education. Westview Press.
- Deyhle, D. (September, 1998) From Break dancing to Heavy Metal: Navajo Youth, Resistance, and Identity. Youth & Society, 30,1, pp. 3-31.
- Deyhle, D. & Swisher, K. G. (1997) Research in American Indian and Alaska Native Education: From Assimilation to Self-Determination. Review of Research in Education, 22, 113-194.
- Deyhle, D. (1995). Navajo youth and Anglo racism: Cultural integrity and resistance Harvard Educational Review. 65, 403-444.
- Deyhle, D., & Margonis, F. (June, 1995) Navajo Mothers and Daughters: Schools, Jobs, and the Family. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, Vol. 26,. 2.
- Deyhle, D., & LeCompte, M. (Summer, 1994). Cultural differences in child development: Navajo adolescents in middle schools. Theory into Practice. Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 156-166.
- Deyhle, D. (1992). Constructing failure and maintaining cultural identity: Navajo and Ute school leavers. Journal of American Indian Education (Winter).
- Deyhle, D. (1991). Empowerment and cultural conflict: Navajo parents and the schooling of their children. International Journal of Qualitative Research in Education, 4(3).
- Deyhle, D. (1986). Break Dancing as a way of breaking out: Utes, Navajos and Anglos in a border reservation high school. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 17(2), Summer.
- Deyhle, D. (1986). Success and failure: A micro-ethnographic comparison of Navajo and Anglo students' perceptions of testing. Curriculum Inquiry, 16(4), Winter.