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AIS Alumni Theses and Dissertations

Author Year Chair
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
Lisa Williams 'Til Death Do Us Part: Analyzing the Relationship Between Native American Languages, Bilingual Education and Tribal Sovereignty 2000 Teresa McCarty
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
Sarah Del Seronde The Marketing Experiences of Three Southwest Indian Silversmiths 2000 Jay Stauss
Denise Bates (Barragan) Native Americans in Social Studies Curriculum: An Alabama Case Study 2000 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Leesa Johnson Object Categorization According to Navajo Classificatory Verbs of the Si-perfective Neuter Verb Form: A Survey of Ten Navajo Language Speakers 2000 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Darren DeMonsi Native Writers and the Word: Explorations of the Oral and Written Forms Through Interview and Analysis 2000 Irvin Morris
Rebecca Akins Living with Arthritis: An Exploratory Study of Health Related Quality of Life Assessment of Yoeme Elders 1999 Jennie Joe
Michelle D. Sievertson Diabetes and Native Americans: The Twentith Century Small Pox 1999 Tom Holm
Clint Lyons A Hupa Discussion of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act 1999 Nancy Parezo
Kathryn Askins Defining Tribal History: A Case Study of the Mashantucket Pequot Museum 1999 Nancy Parezo
Richard Juliani Globalization and the corporate sponsorship of Navajo education: New perspectives on assimilation 1999 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
John Barrett Sovereignty and Austerity: The Evolution of Reservation Water Quality Control in the Reagan Area 1999 Rob Williams
Tracey S. Cook-Lee (Cook) Tribal and Individual American Indian Trust Funds: Who's In Charge? 1999 David Wilkins
Meghan Kensler Contemporary Indian allotment: Appropriating an assimilationist policy 1999 Rob Williams
Alison Meadow The legislation of identity: "I'll be damned if I let these people take my family's heritage away with the stroke of a pen" 1999 Rob Williams
Wilhelm K. Meya The Calico winter count, 1825-1877: An ethnohistorical analysis 1999 Tom Holm
Deborah Mata Oral Stories of Three Generations of Women of Mexican Descent From South Texas 1999 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox

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