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AIS Alumni Theses and Dissertations

Author Year Chair
Meghan Kensler Contemporary Indian allotment: Appropriating an assimilationist policy 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
Vivienne Ibbett Native American Oral Traditions in Film 1999 Tom Holm
Robert Christopher Basaldú Hopi Hova: Anthropological Assumptions of Gendered Otherness in Native American Societies 1999 Tom Holm
Margaret A Mortensen Vaughan I relate to the sense of not belonging: Native American perspectives of homelessness 1998 Jay Stauss
Sean Michael Daley An Exploratory Study of the Correlations Between the Environment, Wellness, and Unwellness in Western Apache Culture 1998 Jennie Joe
Robert Allyn Stafford An Examination of Prejudice in Federal Indian Liquor Prohibition: "Matter of Heff" As a Case Study 1998 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
G. Kevin Locklear Political Readjustment of Lumbee Indian Veterans in Robeson County, North Carolina, 1941-1998 1998 Tom Holm
Debiallison Nalwood Native American Leadership Among American Indian Youth 1998 Jay Stauss
Kenneth Mello Images That Injure: The Constructed "Indian" and Contemporary Native American Imagery in Film 1998 Tom Holm
Susan G. Stevens The psychotherapeutic effects of American Indian traditions such as singing, drumming, dancing and storytelling 1998 Jay Stauss
Kenneth Glen Joseph Poocha Tradition and Culture: Success for Today's College Native American Student 1998 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Andrea Hemandez Holm Equinox 1998 N. Scott Momaday
Cindy Burnett Heritage Resources in the Twenty First Century 1998 Eileen Luna Firebaugh
Adrienne King Urban Indians, people of color and the Albuquerque Police Department 1998 Eileen Luna Firebaugh
Melissa Romano Playing the Game: The issues behind gaming for Indian economic development 1998 Jay Stauss
Kelly Anne Clarke New opportunities: The State-Recognized Tribes of North Carolina and the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA) of 1996 1998 Eileen Luna Firebaugh
Virginia Gilbert Gray Historical Representations of American Indians in National Geographic Magazine 1998 Nancy Parezo
John Shiffer The Adaption and Complications of the Indian Reorganization Act Tribal Governments 1998 Rob Williams

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