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Research & Publications

Research and Publications

Author Year Chair
Patrick Keith Through Colonialism and Imperialism: The Struggle for Tuscarora Nationhood in Southeastern North Carolina 2005 Nancy Parezo
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
Margaret A Mortensen Vaughan "How can you love the wolf and the Eskimo at the same time?": Representations of Indigenous peoples in nature magazines 2004 Jay Stauss
Raymond Jason Cardinal Treaty 8 and Oral History 2004 Tom Holm
Lee Jackson American Indian Scholarships and the Impact of Federal Regulations 2004 Tom Holm
Ian Record Aravaipa: Apache peoplehood and the legacy of particular geography and historical experience 2004 Tom Holm
Anne Luna-Gordinier Stalking in Indian country: Enhancing tribal sovereignty through culturally appropriate remedies 2004 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Veronica Hirsch The Politics of “Passing”: American Indians and Racial “Passing” 2004 Eileen Luna Firebaugh
Billy J. Stratton Indian Captivity on the Ideological Frontier 2004 Barbara Babcock
Joseph Linkevic Comparison of Legal Treatment of Tribal Levels Between U.S.A. and Canada 2004 James Hopkins
John (Joe) Candillo Early America Incorporated; An American Indian Educational Cultural Resource Center and Interpretive Living Museum 2004 Nancy Parezo
Yuko Matsuno A study of Okinawan language shift and ideology 2004 Mary Romeo
Jose Cazares Jr. Development of a Tohono O'odham Studies Program and Tohono O'odham Culture Curriculum for Tohono O'odham Community College, Tohono O'odham Indian Nation, Sells, AZ 2004 Tom Holm
Pamela Diane Bennett A contextual analysis of the Indian Historian 2004 Tom Holm
Anne Worthen Indian Education in San Juan County, Utah: Mormonism, Racism, and the Courts 2004 Rob Williams
Roger Willie Naa t’ anii: Becoming a Leader According to Navajo Ways 2004 Manley Begay
Nicole Menard Native Language Preservation and Revitalization in Lincoln Public Schools 2003 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Peter Morris Envisioning a Better Urban Future: Indigenous Organizations Pursuing Economic, Social, Cultural and Community Development in Darwin, Australia and Tucson, USA 2003 James Hopkins
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

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