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Research & Publications

Research and Publications

Author Year Chair
Ronald Gene Ransom Project Phoenix: Utilizing a Frierean Model for Community Based Playwriting 1997 Tom Holm
Luci Beach Holistic Recovery as Critical Mandate for North American Indigenous Nations 1997 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
Yukiko Sakamoto A Case Study of Cultural Rights of Indigenous Peoples: The Ainu 1997 Rob Williams
Darlene A. Franklin Intergenerational Programs in Native American Communities 1997 Jay Stauss
Daniel Bruce Ferguson The Escuela Experience: The Tucson Indian School in Perspective 1997 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Traci Michelle Nemechek Navajo hoops and higher learning: A study of female high school basketball players and their post-secondary academic success 1997 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
J. William Tincup A Critical Analysis of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act 1997 Tom Holm
J. Diane Pearson The politics of disease: The Indian Vaccination Act, 1832 1997 Tom Holm
John W. Troutman The overlord of the savage world: Anthropology, the media, and the American Indian experience at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition 1997 Nancy Parezo
Marie Ann Parker The Hopi Craftsman Exhibition at the Museum of Northern Arizona: Only the finest in Hopi art 1997 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Angela Lynn Fox Lack of Critical Analysis in Contemporary American Indian Art and the Henry Enos Collection at the Arizona State Museum 1997 Nancy Parezo
Matthew Daniel Chandler The Price of America's Internal Empire Battles and Casualties in the U.S. Native American Wars: 1790-1890 1997 Tom Holm
Reva Mariah Salomina Gover Desert Moon, Prairie Stars 1997 Tom Holm
Meaghan McLaughlin Native American Youth Gangs 1997 Jay Stauss
Michelle Idette Lee The evolution of the flower children and their respect for Native American people 1997 N. Scott Momaday
Traci L Morris-Carlsten Interpreting our own: Native peoples redefining museum education 1997 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
John M Shaw A Critical Historiography of Federal Indian Allotment Policy 1870-1900 1997 Tom Holm
Naomi Gabriela Salvador Maita (Schwartz) From the inside out: Shuc shungulla, one heart; shuc yuyailla, one thought; shuc causailla, one life 1997 Jay Stauss
Leslie F. Durhman Nowadays We Call it South Alliance: The Early History of a Lakota Community 1997 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Bernadette Adley-Santamaria White Mountain Apache Language Shift: A perspective on causes, effects, and avenues for change 1997 Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox


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