User:Yupik/Redlinks/Indigenous Women

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This is a list of indigenous women who have either no article in the English Wikipedia or the article is not very extensive. Links to articles in other Wikipedias have been added for the most part. I have not divided the list up by category (artist, linguist, etc.) since most of these women are famous in more than one field. The list is by no means complete, so feel free to add to it.

Please note: for people from language communities that use avoidance language, this list does contain the names of dead people.

UPDATE: Thank you to everyone working on eradicating these red links! I appreciate your work more than words can say.

Africa[edit]

Asia[edit]

Khanty women[edit]

No article in the English Wikipedia:

  • Tatyana Moldanova (Russian: Молданова, Татьяна Александровна), Khanty teacher, researcher, engineer, author, for example [1]
  • Valentina Solovar (Russian: Соловар, Валентина Николаевна), no article in any Wikipedia. More info in Russian. Khanty linguist, professor.

Mansi women[edit]

No article in the English Wikipedia:

Nenets women[edit]

No article in the English Wikipedia:

Article created!

Not Nenets, but worked with the language[edit]

No article in the English Wikipedia:

Australia[edit]

Talk page could include a link to WP:IPAU.

No article in the English Wikipedia:

Lists with redlinks and non-links to women:

Needs expansion:

Thank you!

Europe[edit]

Greenlandic women[edit]

Talk page could include a link to WP:IPNA.

No article in the English Wikipedia:

Needs expansion:

  • Julie Edel Hardenberg, some really interesting info on her works like Ikioqatigiilluta – Jeg er grønlandsktalende (2010)[1]

Mari women[edit]

No article in the English Wikipedia:

Sámi women[edit]

No article in the English Wikipedia:

Needs expansion:

Done! Thank you!:

Not Sámi, but important to the culture and language[edit]

No article in the English Wikipedia:

Udmurt women[edit]

No article in the English Wikipedia:

North and Central America[edit]

Talk page could include a link to WP:IPNA for North America, including Mexico.

Lenca[edit]

Article created.

Comanche women[edit]

A wonderful no article in the English Wikipedia:

Hopi women[edit]

Kiowa women[edit]

Mayan women[edit]

A wonderful article in the English Wikipedia:

No article:

Navajo women[edit]

Otomi women[edit]

Needs expansion:

Pueblo women[edit]

Snuneymuxw First Nation[edit]

A wonderful no article in the English Wikipedia:

Zapotec women and muxe[edit]

Could be expanded:

Oceania[edit]

Fijian people[edit]

French Polynesian[edit]

Referred to these women as French Polynesians unless they are known to be Tahitians (which is exclusive to Society Islands). Inhabitants of the other parts of French Polynesian are not necessarily Tahitians.

Kanak people[edit]

Native Hawaiians[edit]

Married E. J. Harrison (golfer) Mar 24, 1951 retirement announcement

Rapa Nui people[edit]

Wallis and Futuna people[edit]

South America[edit]

No article:

Article needs expansion:

Arhuaco[edit]

No article:

Asháninka[edit]

Good article, could use the Spanish wiki article to expand it:

Mapuche[edit]

No article:

Stub, needs expansion:

Quechua[edit]

Needs expansion:

Needs an infobox:

Inca women[edit]

Most everyone from this category is missing in the en-wiki:

Kichwa-otavalo[edit]

Lists elsewhere[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thisted, Kirsten (12.10.2016). "The Hate in the Body.: Language, Gender and National Affiliation in New greenlandic Literature". The History of Nordic Women’s Literature. Retrieved 02.08.2018. Check date values in: |access-date=, |date= (help)
  2. ^ "Tribes Honor Trailblazing Educator". NewsOK. 24 November 1995. Retrieved 19 May 2017.
  3. ^ a b Hedstrom, Cora Z. (2011). "Lorentino, Dorothy Sunrise (b. 1912)". Encyclopedia of the Great Plains. Retrieved 19 May 2017.