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Research & Publications

Research and Publications

Author Year Chair
Bernadette Adley-Santamaria White Mountain Apache Language Shift: A perspective on causes, effects, and avenues for change 1997 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Chris Lee DeZarn-O'Hare Federal Land Restoration to American Indian Tribes, 1970-1990 1996 David Wilkins
Michelle Hale Native Designed Support Services for Native College Students at Arizona State Institutions 1996 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Susan Ann Herzog Under the Umbrella of Eminent Domain: The U.S. Federal Precedents That Precluded Adequate Monetary and Political Redress for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe 1996 Tom Holm
Theda J. McPheron Predisposing cultural factors among American Indian populations related to cancer occurrence 1996 Jennie Joe
Stephanie P. Kiger A Legal, Historical, and Political Analysis of Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez 1996 David Wilkins
Tonya Lynn Shenandoah (Cornelius) Hopi Progressivism: Change, Continuance, and the Indian Reorganization Act (1906-1936) 1996 David Wilkins
Lisette Austin (Womack) The Indianization of Alcoholics Anonymous: an examination of Native American Recovery Movements 1996 Jennie Joe
Militarization in order to Americanize Indians 1996 Tom Holm
Amanda J. Cox Mescalero Apache Tribal Economic Development 1996 David Wilkins
Stephanie Anne Leu Molholt A place to call home: Examining the role of American Indian community centers in urban settings 1996 Tom Holm
Jeneen Helen Wiche A Study of Cultural Resource Management: The Hopi Cultural Preservation Office 1996 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Traci L. McClellan The Impact of Canadian Federal Law and Policy on the Lives of First Nations Women 1996 Rob Williams
Laura Seneshen Appropriation of a Native American symbol: From sacred to profane 1996 Jay Stauss
James Lowell Dildine When the Dust Settles: A Case Study of the Effects of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act on a National Park Service Repository 1996 Jay Stauss
Brenda McLain Shadow Catchers: Agendas and Techniques of Pioneer photographers in the American Southwest 1996 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Sue Miles Dyson The Relationships Between Services Received by First American Juvenile Offenders Versus All Other Juvenile Offenders 1996 Tom Holm
Janet L. Hadley Facing the Challenges of NAGPRA: American Indians and Museums at the Crossroads 1996 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Alice Loraine Brigham Indian Studies in the United States and Canada: A Comparative Overview 1995 Jay Stauss
Whitney L. Anderson-Provost Watching, Remembering and Surviving: Native American Installation Artist 1995 Jay Stauss


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