This page offers videos and audio of several of Dr. Gone’s keynote speeches, interviews, and conference presentations.
Scroll to the bottom of the page for audio files, including radio interviews, podcasts, and an audio-only conference presentations.
Dr. Gone’s presentation at the APS Symposium Diverse Perspectives on Psychological Science in May, 2016.
Dr. Gone’s presentation at the Tribal Ecological Knowledge Workshop at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Washington, DC in December, 2015.
Dr. Gone’s presentation on the mental health legacy of American Indian boarding schools at the University of Montana in 2015.
Dr. Gone’s presentation at the 2015 Native American Studies research presentations at Montana State University.
Dr. Gone’s presentation of the 2014 Phyllis Berger Memorial Lecture for the Department of Native American Studies at Montana State University-Bozeman.
Dr. Gone’s plenary keynote lecture at the annual conference of the American Indigenous Research Association, 2014.
Dr. Gone’s talk at the Annual Meeting of the Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research, held at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec in 2014.
Dr. Gone’s presentation at the University of Minnesota-Duluth Medical School in 2014.
This 2014 video was produced by the Multicultural Mental Health Resource Center in Montreal, Quebec.
Dr. Gone’s presentation at the 2013 Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health (CRCAIH) Summit.
Dr. Gone’s invited presentation at Teacher’s College, Columbia University, in 2013.
Dr. Gone’s keynote presentation at the 2011 Multicultural Conference and Summit in Seattle, WA.
Dr. Gone’s presentation at a meeting of the Arizona-California Node of the NIDA Clinical Trials Network in 2008.
Dr. Gone speaking at the University of Illinois as part of the American Indian Studies Speaker Series in 2007-08.
Dr. Gone’s presentation as a Distinguished Visitor at the University of Alberta in 2007.
Dr. Gone’s presentation at the Genocide of Native Americans?: A Symposium on Indigenous Identity and Mass Violence in North America at Clark University in Worcester, MA in 2016.
Dr. Gone introduces the April 2015 special issue of Transcultural Psychiatry on reconciling evidence-based practice and cultural competence.
Dr. Gone discusses his research on historical trauma and how it can help contextualise mental health problems in American Indian communities. Posted July 2014.
Dr. Gone and his wife, Dr. Tiya Miles, speaking on the radio show “Native America Calling” on the topic of interracial relationships. The show aired in 2011.
Dr. Gone discusses historical trauma and how it applies to Native Americans in a feature interview on Montana Public Radio in 2010.
Dr. Gone’s presentation of the 13th Annual Native American Lecture at the O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West, University of Montana, Missoula, MT in 2010.