The following are resources that present (transcribed or not transcribed) large sections of Navajo discourse (in different registers and styles). Where online access is possible, I have provided a link. Please note that I am not the creator of any of the following resources!
Recordings (some transcribed)
- Navajo conversation project. Navajo Language Academy. One section transcribed and glossed.
- Oral history interview with Nita Nez – Navajo Rug Weaver. Produced by students from Winona State University and Diné College.
- Oral history interview with Lorraine R. Kerley conducted by Louise Kerley on November 4, 1994. Northern Arizona University Archives.
- Grandma Margaret’s Long Walk Story Recorded by YouTube user daybreakwarrior.
- Weather Report in the Navajo Language. KTNN broadcast, transcribed by YouTube user daybreakwarrior.
- Miss Navajo’s Valentine’s Day Message. KTNN broadcast, transcribed by YouTube user daybreakwarrior.
- Animations for coyote stories (no transcriptions). These are seasonal stories, as discussed on the individual pages linked! I have linked to YouTube videos uploaded by other users.
- Goddard, Pliny E. 1933. Navajo Texts. Anthropological papers of the American museum of natural history, vol. XXXIV, pt. I. Online: http://pubman.mpdl.mpg.de/pubman/item/escidoc:403042/component/escidoc:403041/navajo_goddard1933_s.pdf. (Or here).
- Sapir, Edward and Harry Hoijer. 1942. Navaho Texts. Linguistic Society of America, University of Iowa. [Not available online, to my knowledge – EBA]
- Young, Robert W. and William Morgan, ed. Navajo Historical Selections: Selected, edited and translated from the Navajo. Republished 2014 by Native Child Dinétah. [Reprints of Navajo language articles published between 1943 and 1957 in ‘Ádahooníłígíí. Navajo text and free English translations.]