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Dick Chalfen and John Adair,
Route 66, Pine Springs, AZ., July, 1966

John Adair and Dick Chalfen,
Pine Springs, June 1993

photo by Karen Chalfen

Relevant Publications:

1997 Through Navajo Eyes--An Exploration in Film Communication and Anthropology. (revised 2nd edition) Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press (with John Adair and Sol Worth).
1988 Navajo Filmmaking Revisited: Problematic Interactions. Native North American Interaction Patterns, Regna Darnell and Michael Foster (eds.), Ottawa: Canadian Museum of Civilization, Canadian Ethnology Service, Mercury Series Paper 112, pp. 168-185.
1989 Native Participation in Visual Studies: From Pine Springs to Philadelphia. Eyes Across the Water, Robert M. Boonzajer Flaes (ed.), Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis, pp. 71-79.
1992 Picturing Culture Through Indigenous Imagery: A Telling Story. Film As Ethnography, Peter Crawford and David Turton (eds.), Manchester: University of Manchester Press, pp. 222-241.

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Johnny Nelson, shooting "Navajo Silversmith"
Pine Springs, Arizona., July, 1966
photo by Dick Chalfen

Alta Kahn shooting "Navajo Weaver II"
Pine Springs, Arizona, July, 1966

photo by Dick Chalfen