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AIS Alumni Theses and Dissertations

Author Year Chair
Nicole Menard Native Language Preservation and Revitalization in Lincoln Public Schools 2003 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Brandi Ishcomer The Development of Urban Two-Spirit Communities and the Role of American Indian Poets Paula Gunn Allen and Janice Gould 2003 Luci Tapahonso
Sarah Welch A Study of American Indians Receiving Special Education Services in Arizona's Public School Districts and Charter School Corporations 2002 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Jody Hay Native American Women in Children's Literature 2002 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Amy Fatzinger Native American Literature: A Teacher's Sourcebook 2002 Luci Tapahonso
Mark Bahti Spider Woman and a Web for the 21st Century: Urban Indian Centers and the Internet 2002 Jay Stauss
Sylvia Munoz Do Native American and Hispanic women maintain their cultural identity in an interracial marriage? 2002 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Reuben Naranjo Jr. Tohono O'odham Potters in Bisbee, Arizona 1890-1920 2002 Tom Holm
Cathy Notamicola Woven lives, weavers' voices: A family of Dine weavers speak about Dine textiles 2001 Eileen Luna Firebaugh
Michael Two Horses We Know Who the Real Indian Are - Animal Rights Groups, Racial Stereotyping, and Racism in Rhetoric and Action in the Makah Whaling Controversy 2001 Tom Holm
J. Diane Pearson The politics of disease: Imperial medicine and the American Indian, 1797--1871 2001 Tom Holm
Mayuko Sasanuma Living Treasures: Preservation of the Traditional Artistry and Craftsmanship of American Indians—With An Introduction to the Japanese Government's "Living National Treasure" Program 2001 Tom Holm
Mary Anne Stack Rend Your Hearts and Not Your Garments: Native American Christian Testimonies 2001 Tom Holm
Tarissa Spoonhunter Glacier National Park on Blackfoot Territory: the Assertion of Rights on Traditional Lands 2001 Eileen Luna Firebaugh
Jacquetta Swift Genetic Analysis on Native Identity and Tribal Memberships: the Political & Ethical Implications for Native People 2001 Eileen Luna Firebaugh
Lisa Williams 'Til Death Do Us Part: Analyzing the Relationship Between Native American Languages, Bilingual Education and Tribal Sovereignty 2000 Teresa McCarty
Richard Gorman Jr. "Whales, guns, and money?" How Commercial and Ideological Considerations Influenced the Seattle Times Portrayal of the Makah Whale Hunt 2000 Nancy Parezo
Jeffrey Scott Hemer Truth Against Tradition: The Origins and Meanings of the Indian Motif in The Boy Scouts of America 2000 Tom Holm
Robyn Loretta Interpreter (Kline) The United States census: The racialization of Indian identity and its impact on self determination 2000 Robert A. Hershey
Ian Record Extermination Versus Reservation: Implications of Civilian Violence Against the Apache in the Massacre at Little Running Water (1871) 2000 Tom Holm

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