COVID-19 Information

As we work together to battle the coronavirus, we will continue to offer safe and secure online sessions . Even though the American Indian Studies office(s) are closed, in accordance with the guidelines recommended by CDC, we are working remotely and continuing to provide student, staff, and faculty assistance. We can be reached Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Mountain Standard Time at 520-626-8143, or by email to johncarbajal@arizona.edu.

Get COVID-19 updates and information for the University of Arizona community. Also, see SBS resources for continuing instruction and learning.

AIS Alumni Theses and Dissertations

Author Year Chair
Raymond Austin Navajo Courts and Navajo Common Law 2007 Rob Williams
David H. DeJong The Sword of Damocles: Pima Agriculture, Water Use and Water Rights, 1848-1921 2007 Jennie Joe
Colin Ben Navajo Song and Dance: A Form of Cultural Preservation 2007 Luci Tapahonso
Robert Innes The Importance of Family Ties to Members of Cowessess First Nation 2007 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Jessica Metcalfe Indigenous Haute Couture 2006 Nancy Parezo
Karen Capuder Deconstructing Narratives of Subjugation: The creation of Space for the Assertion of the Tuwaduq Historical Narrative 2006 Rob Williams
Virjinya Hicks Combating Neo-colonialism: A Look at the Efficacy of the Indigenous Response to the Plundering of Their Cultural and Intellectual Property 2006 Robert A. Hershey
Heather Mikolaj Creating an impact: Community contexts for the contemporary expressions of indigenous women artists 2006 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Spintz Harrison Everything You Wanted to Know About American Indian Studies, But Were Afraid to Ask: Assessing Indian Studies as an Academic Discipline 2006 Franci Washburn
Angelica Lawson Resistance and resilience in the work of four Native American authors 2006 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Marinella Lentis Navajo traditions in the works of David K. John 2006 Nancy Parezo
Alisse Ali-Christie The Choctaw Nation: A Tribal Model for Success in Higher Education 2006 Robert Martin
Seth San Juan Post-Colonialism in Helen Hunt Jackson's Ramona 2006 Franci Washburn
Lorinda Mall State vs. tribe: Implementation of the Indian Child Welfare Act in Arizona 2006 Rob Williams
Cheryl Arviso Revitalization of Navajo Language and Culture 2006 Robert Martin
Christopher Thee A People Who Continue to ‘Vanish’: Nipmuc People and Massachusetts Indian Policy, 1660-2004 2005 Nancy Parezo
Adrian Hendricks A History of Developing An Introduction to Akimel O'othham Pi Vehsig c Vehsig 2005 Nancy Parezo
Murray Macfarland Hudson In The Family, In The Blood: A descendant reckons with the Extermination editorials of L. Frank Baum, the Author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 2005 Larry Evers
Kevin Wall Recalling Cahokia: Indigenous influences on English commercial expansion and imperial ascendancy in proprietary South Carolina, 1663--1721 2005 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Diana De Leon A study on Forging a New Front and Building a New Vision for Tribal Environmental Health Policy on the Colorado River Indian Reservation 2005 Jennie Joe

Pages

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences