AIS Alumni Theses and Dissertations

Author Year Chair
Gina D. Stuart-Richard Radical Cartographies: Relational Epistemologies and Principles for Successful Indigenous Cartographic Praxis 2015 Ben Colombi
Derwin B. Begay The Azee’ Bee Nahághá of Diné Nation: Strategic Planning & Management Strategies for the 21st Century 2015 Manley Begay
Michelle Boyer Indigenous Representations of Birthing and Mothering in Faces in the Moon, The Painted Drum, and Once Were Warriors 2015 Amy Fatzinger
Gabriela Maya Bernadett Native American Student Perceptions of Native American Student Affairs at The University of Arizona: What Can We Learn from the Population We Serve? 2015 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Mark L.M. Blair Taking the Next Step: Promoting Native American Student Success in American Indian/Native American Studies Graduate Programs 2015 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Sunny Hegwood Maternal Health in Native America: A Secondary Analysis of Health Behaviors, Prior Well-being and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes, 2004-2011 2015 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Aresta Tsosie LaRusso Second Generation Navajo Relocatees: Inheriting Intergenerational Losses Due to P. L. 93-531 2015 Ronald Trosper
April D.J. Petillo By Force or By Choice: Exploring Contemporary Sex-Trafficking of Native Peoples 2015 Manley Begay
Mikhelle Ross-Mulkey “Baby Veronica” & The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA): A Public’s Perception 2015 Eileen Luna-Firebaugh
Sherrie L. Stewart In Search of Johanaa’ei: Healing Through Story 2015 Franci Washburn
PennElys Droz Biocultural Engineering Design for Indigenous Community Resilience 2014 Ben Colombi
Michael Simpson The Marshall Trilogy and Federal Indian Law in 21st Century High School U.S. History Textbooks: Progress (?) but Little Change 2014 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Kestrel Smith Tribal Colleges and Universities: Beacons of Hope, Sources of Native Pride 2014 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Lisa Palacios Traditions of Tohono O'odham Water Knowledge and the Historical and Archaeological Record 2014 Ben Colombi
Tarissa Spoonhunter The Blackfoot Confederacy Keepers of the Rocky Mountains 2014 Ben Colombi
Katherine E. Brooks Views on Collecting: Multiple Meanings and Perspectives Surrounding Lower Colorado River Yuman Women’s Beaded Capes 2014 Richard Stoffle
Matthew K. Tafoya Traditional Navajo Culture is a Protective Factor 2014 Richard Stoffle
Ian D. Ellasante Bridges Between Me: Liminality, Authenticity, and Re/Integration in American Indian Literature 2013 Franci Washburn
John Francis Dillon As Stories Flow: The Character of Indian Water Rights and Authority in the Wind River and Klamath-Trinity Basins 2013 Franci Washburn
Joseph Quintana The Sharing of Stories by Cancer Survivors: Implications for American Indian Cancer Survivors 2013 Patrisia Gonzales

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