This page offers several video selections that may help you in determining whether Christopher is the right linguistic, research or leadership consultant for you.
Following are a TEDx Talk, a conference keynote, a research presentation, 2 lectures and an academic conference presentation.
This is the Ktunaxa Nation Council’s version of the “From Awkward Kid to Awkward Father: Parenting post-colonization” TED Talk. TEDx Nelson, April 2017.
In this presentation Christopher discusses a few aspects of parenting across cultural differences with the help of his mother, grandmother and daughter. #Indigenous #ktunaxa #parenting
Horsethief, C. P. (2107). From awkward kid to awkward father: Parenting post-colonization. TEDx Nelson; Nelson, BC. April 2017.
ʔuk̓niɬwiytiyaɬa: Reconciliation, in the Age of Reconciliation.
This is Christopher’s Keynote at the 2018 Rural Health Services Research Conference, May 31, 2018, Nelson BC. He discusses cultural trauma, resistance to new tools and resilience.
Horsethief, C. P. (2016). ʔuk̓niɬwiytiyaɬa: Rreconciliation, in the age of reconciliation. Keynote presentation at the 2018 Rural Health Services Research Conference, May 31, 2018. Nelson, BC.
KNC SIS Onboarding: Key Considerations in Discussing Ktunaxa Health.
In this presentation Christopher Horsethief discusses important considerations for future healthcare providers, consultants or resource persons. Considerations include aspects of culture, modes of communication and traditional problem-solving frameworks.
Horsethief, C. P. (2018). KNC SIS Onboarding: Key Considerations in Discussing Ktunaxa Health. Cranbrook, BC: Ktunaxa Nation Council.
Ktunaxa Indigenous Language Revitalization: 2019 Conference on World Affairs Lecture 1.
In this lecture Christopher discusses contemporary second language acquisition strategies with Dr. Clint Carroll’s Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies course.
Horsethief, C. P. (2019). Ktunaxa Indigenous Language Revitalization. Presented at the 2019 Conference on World Affairs, Boulder, CO.
xaȼqanaǂ ʔitkiniǂ (Recursive Calibration): 2019 Conference on World Affairs Christopher Horsethief Lecture 2.
In this lecture Christopher discusses his community’s Indigenous research methodology with Dr. Penelope Kelsey’s capstone course.
Horsethief, C. P. (2019). xaȼqanaǂ ʔitkiniǂ (Recursive Calibration). Presented at the 2019 Conference on World Affairs, Boulder, CO.