Ethnographic Video Online

Ethnographic Video Online is a comprehensive online resource for the study of human culture, behavior and society around the world. The collections contain over 1,300 hours of streaming video, including ethnographic films, documentaries, select feature films, and previously unpublished fieldwork. It’s also a resource for a study of the discipline itself: By placing examples of traditional ethnographic methodologies alongside indigenous-made films representing previously overlooked perspectives, scholars, teachers and students of anthropology can gain a sense of the discipline’s history and of its future direction.

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Family and Kinship
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Gender Roles
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Environment and Climate Change
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Agriculture, Food and Sustainability
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Cultural Identity and Cultural Change
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Music, Dance and Art
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Economic Systems
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Migration, Conflict and Resolution
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Religion and Belief Systems
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Human Rights
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Language and Linguistics
Field of Study
Popular Music
Content Type
Music recording
Performer / Ensemble
Magical Mystery
Author / Creator
Magical Mystery
Date Published / Released
2006-11-27, 2006-11-27
Publisher
Azzurra Music
Health
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Traditional Knowledge and Ancestral Practices
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Political Organization and Transformation
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.
Ethnographic Methodologies
Field of Study
American Music
Content Type
Music recording
Date Published / Released
1968, 1968
Publisher
Folkways Records
Abstract / Description
The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America. This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.