University of Alaska Southeast student Luke Holton has made a film about Alaska Native names for geographical locations. The student research film was funded by a UAS Undergraduate Research, Experiential & Creative Activities grant. Holton said Associate Anthropology Professor Dan Monteith helped mentor him when making the film possible. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

University of Alaska Southeast student Luke Holton has made a film about Alaska Native names for geographical locations. The student research film was funded by a UAS Undergraduate Research, Experiential & Creative Activities grant. Holton said Associate Anthropology Professor Dan Monteith helped mentor him when making the film possible. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Student research movie digs into Alaska’s colonized names

Film by Luke Holton and panel explore why Sayéik and other Alaska Native names matter

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