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The Native American and Indigenous Studies Association 2015-Jun-04 to 2015-Jun-07
"Asanjigowin "The Archive": Portraits of Native Women through Experimental Film"
"Attica in the Adirondacks": Rethinking Red Power through Ganienkeh
"Bending the Light" Towards Survivance: Anishinaabec-led Youth Theatre on Residential Schools
"Civilization" as Self-Defense? American Republicanism and Cherokee Resistance to Removal
"Every Inch A King": Indigeneity, Empire and the Metropolitan Circulations of Cetshwayo kaMpande
"Honor Scenes: Misty Upham's Critical Interventions in Cinema"
"I Got To Do Something To Keep My Family Up": The CCC-Indian Division and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
"If They Were Kind:" Citizenship and Eviction in Nineteenth-Century Kahnawake
"Intergenerational Performance and Visible Nurture"
"It's our dead": Claiming Kin, Reconstituting Nation in Lynn Riggs's The Cherokee Night
"I’m Gonna Buy Me an Island": Road Development and Environmental Criticism in Tomson Highway’s The Rez Sisters
"Navigating by Our Grandmothers": Lessons From Reddit User, JeopardyReject, and Metis artist, Rosalie Favell
"Pre-Occupied": Collaborative Interventions
"Tell Them Nott to Bring Any Rum Here": Alcohol, Sovereignty, and Colonialism on Shawnee Homelands, 1700–1860
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A Company of These Women: Haudenosaunee Women's Early 19th Century Social Ties
A Fistful of Stállus: Resisting Neo-Colonialism in the Era of Diversity
A Local and International Exploration of Kaupapa Maori Film Theory
Moewaka Barnes, Angela.
A Perspective on Frank Day’s Traditional Presentations of Value as found in Art Practice, Storytelling, and Healing
A Political Botany: Kanaka Ontology and Biocolonialism in Hawaiʻi
Silva, Noenoe. and Goldberg-Hiller, Jonathan.
A Queer Image: AMC's The Killing and Chief Nichole Jackson
Colley, Dr. Brook.
A Sharing Indigenous Political Culture is Alive and Well in Northern Saskatchewan
A Spindle, An Awl, and the Construction Tools of Tla’amin Histories in the Twentieth Century
A Story of Contrasts: The Settler Romantic Tradition and the Beothuk and Mi'kmaq of Newfoundland
A Trail of Tears and Toughness: The Social Construction and Communication of Choctaw Cultural Persistence Through Religious Hymns
A Treaty Right to Post-Secondary Education
A Warrior’s Vision: Responding to the Call to Decolonize Indigenous Identities
Ladner, Kiera. and Tait, Myra.
Aboriginal Treaty Nation Government and the Debts of Claims Litigation
Academizar la Lengua Maya Tzotzil para Una Comunidad Lingüística Más Allá de las Fronteras Locales
Lopez, Jose Alfredo.
Accessing Health Care Services for Indigenous people with Neurological Conditions in Canada: a multi- site approach
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Baby Veronica, ICWA, and the Continued Erosion of Tribal Sovereignty
Back on Track: Cultural Sovereignty and the Native American Flute
Band Membership as Terrorizing Practice: Decoupling Indigenous Citizenships from Property-Holder Logics
Battles of/in Seattle: Settler Anarchism, Indigenous Futurity, and Native Women’s Memoir in the 21st Century
Beading and Walking Sovereignty: Dene Resurgence against Canadian Sovereignty
Belonging(s): Exhibiting the Tangible and Intangible
Between Colonial "Indio Ladino" and Indigenous Agent of Testimonio: Andean Self-Narratives of Suffering and Redemption (1615-1977)
Between Empires and Frontiers: Alaska Native Sovereignty, Statehood, and U.S. Settler Imperialism
Beyond Metaphors: A Native Feminist Felt Theorization of Settler Colonialism and Academia
Biopolitics and Eldercare: Indigenous Refusals of Necrocapitalism
Biopolitics in Michel Noel’s Nipishish: Policy, Power, and Resistance
Black Hawk's Parallax View: (De)Naturalizing Native Genocide in The Life of Black Hawk, or Mà-ka-tai-me-she-kià-kiàk
Black Hawk’s Representations
Boarding School Transitions: From Catholic Mission to Tribal School on the Crow Creek Reservation, 1960-1975
Borders of Brush: The Brush Arbor as Literary and Ceremonial Architecture
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Can Māori tribal enterprises, that embrace traditional values and worldviews, compete in global capitalist markets?
Change Agents, Service, and the State of Pueblo Nations
Martinez, Matthew., Luarkie, Richard. and Warren, Alvin.
Changing Corporate Culture: Indigenous Influence on Extractive Companies via Negotiated Agreements
Changing corporate culture: Indigenous influence on extractive companies via negotiated agreements
Cherokee Rituals and Water in Colonial America
Chicana Feminist Theories, the Pacific Ocean, and Borderspaces: Unsettling Settler Colonialism in Hawai’i
Chicana Feminist Theories, the Pacific Ocean, and Borderspaces: Unsettling Settler Colonialism in Hawai’i
Chief Topinabee: Using Tribal Memories to Better Understand Tribal Leadership
Choctaw “Capitalism” in a Time of Crisis
Civilization and the Bonds between People and Land: Native American Letters in the Age of Removal
Climate Speaking and Consciousness Raising: Indigenous Storying on Behalf of the Earth and the Generations
Cocina mapuche. Ritualidad y resistencia desde la cotidianeidad
Ortiz Caripán, Margarita.
Cold War Cowboys to Counterculture Indians: Warrior Masculinity, the Hollywood West, and America's Libertarian Turn, 1946-1976
Anderson Patch, Natalie.
Collaborative Testifying to War in The Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison
Collecting ‘Video Indígena:’ Engaging Indigenous Knowledges in a Changing Mediascape
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Dancing Decolonial Love
Dancing Sovereignty: Reclaiming the Grease Trail Through Movement and Song
David Cusick’s Geography and the Original Settlers of New York State
De-colonizing Global Colonial Architectures: An Exploration of Arcadia
Decolonial Chats and Memes: Inscribing Indigeneity in the Digital Overlay
Decolonizing Dispossession: Rethinking Adivasi Land Relations in a Decolonial-Feminist Frame
Decolonizing in Colonial Spaces: Changing the World We Live in Through Self-Government
Decolonizing the Archive: Re-appropriating H.R. Voth’s Photographs by Reading Hopi Life Narratives
Defining and Enacting Food Sovereignty in American Indian Community Gardening
Hoover, Elizabeth. and Baca, Angelo.
Deracination, Elimination: Colonial Terror and the 1930s Race Laws in El Salvador
Deskaheh's Appeal for Justice: Reinterpreting Six Nations Autonomy and Settler Dominance at the League of Nations, 1923-1924
Diasporic Lives and Deaths: Kānaka and American Indians Remember the Deaths of Kānaka in California
Dis/connection in 21st Century Vancouver: Local Government Planning and Indigenous Resistance to Dispossession
Dis/connection in 21st-Century Vancouver: Local Government Planning and Indigenous Resistance to Dispossession
Discourses of Race and Aboriginality in the NT Intervention.
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Early Anthropological Theories of Indigenous Religious Ritual
Earth/Work: Repatriating Land, Reclaiming Labor in Allison Adelle Hedge Coke’s Blood Run
El Plan de Vida Guambiano, ejemplo de resistencia y autonomía del Pueblo Misak
Velasco Montaño, Rosa.
El arte de la resistencia pacífica en Colombia. Los jóvenes de la Guardia Indígena en el Cauca
Carrión Sánchez, Claudia.
Eloquent and Mumbling Savages: Translating into Spanish the Linguistic and Stylistic Features of Native American Literature
Embodied Jurisgenesis: NAGPRA, Dialogue, and Repatriation in American Indian Literature
Embodying the essentialised abject: challenging colour blind racism in performance
Embracing the D’harawal Dreaming: Lessons from Gagamari Burrugin
Engaging the Intangible in Northwest Coast Material Culture Collections
Englishman, Your Color is Deceitful: Unsettlement in Janet Lewis' The Invasion
Enhancing Traditional, Healthy Food Skills in an Urban Indigenous Community
Envoys of Interest: A Cherokee, a Tahitian and the Eighteenth-Century Empire
Eradication Nation: Disrupting the Time of Settler-Colonialism in Simon Ortiz’s From Sand Creek and Sherwin Bitsui’s Flood Song
Establishing Indigenous Natural Law through Indigenous Ontology & Epistemology
Everlasting: Navajo Weavings, Navajo Life
Ahlberg Yohe, Jill.
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Family Treasures/Family Secrets: Representing Indigeneity in Small-Town Ontario, 1840-1980
Fear of Indigenous Storytelling
Feeding the Wiindigoo: Bureaucracy and Hunger in Native Literatures
Fiber at the Core: An Approximation to Indigenous Textile Technology in the Caribbean
Fiction and Lies in Sherman Alexie’s “Dear John Wayne” and Stephen Graham Jones’s Growing Up Dead in Texas
Flying Proa Poetics: Wayreading Chamoru Migration and Diaspora in Lehua Taitano's A Bell Made of Stones
For Love or Land: Citizenship, Membership, and Identity in Kahnawà:ke
Boucher Curotte, Orenda.
Forced Essentialisation: Racist Violence, white subjectivity and the Indigenous body.
Fourth World Theory as Indigenous Methodology
From "Informants" to Intellectuals: Reframing Early Twentieth Century Nahua "Testimonio" Writing
From Dystopia to Utopia: Models of Success and Decolonial Futurity in Skawennati’s TimeTraveller™
From River to River Mountain to Mountain: On the Road with William Apes
From Space to Race: Jurisdictional Intimacies and the Logic of Oliphant
From a Decolonial Path: Different Notions of Justice from Indigenous People of Latin America
From print to performance: The art and aesthetics of kanikau
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Gabrielino High School: Settler Futurity and the Signs of the Indian
Gardening, Digital Storytelling, and Indigenous Ways of Knowing – A Case Study from the Seneca Nation of Indians E.C.L.C.
Gender and Ethnicity: The Role of Women in the P’urhepecha People’s Land Struggle
Gender, Biopolitics and Legalized Eviction in Occupied East Jerusalem
Gender, Place, and Indigenous Memory
Glassburn Falzetti, Ashley.
Genealogies as Colonial Archive: The Charles Denny Collections
Genízaros, Indios, y Californios or Don Benito’s ‘Faithful Comanche:’ Race, Identity, and Violence during the Rancho Period
George Washington and the Kidnapping of Indian Women in the Wabash River Valley
Getting Dirty: The Metaphysics of Indigenous Eco-Erotics and the Pansexuality of Women in Native Oral Literatures
Gii-kaapizigemin Manoomin Neyaashing: A Resurgence of Anishinaabeg Nationhood
Government Strategy and Metis Tactic: Nationalising the Canadian-American Borderlands.
Grave Markers: Representing Genocide and Survival in the National Parks
Guerrilla Philology, Guerrilla Linguistics: Sequoyah's Achievement Reconsidered
Brander Rasmussen, Birgit.
Haitian Indigeneity: Visibilizing Taino Heritage in Contemporary Practices of Vodou
Hawaiian Science: The Political, Social, and Cultural Capital of Hawaiian STEM
Hawaiʻi's Territorial Homesteads at Haʻikū, Maui: An Attempt at an American Colony in 1911
He Lālā Au No Kuʻu Kumu (I am a Branch of my Teacher): Situating Our Research within Our Indigenous Epistemologies and Genealogies
He Moena Pāwehe Makana: Weaving Anti-Capitalist Resistance into Kanaka Maoli Critiques of Settler Colonialism
Healing and the Vampire: Homecoming and Recovery in Drew Hayden Taylor’s The Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel
Hiawatha and Indian Pageants: Performances of Native – White History and Contact Experiences
Scarangella McNenly, Linda.
Hijacking History: Silenced Native Californians in a Romanticized Past
Historical Perspectives on Indigenous Children in Manitoba Tuberculosis Sanatoria, 1940-1960
McCallum, Mary Jane.
Historical Practices of Visual Sovereignty: the Seneca Arts Project
Historical Trauma and Contemporary Native American Communities
Homefree survivance: Occupied alterities, remaking home, Wai‘anae in the anthropocene
Homelessness: Reflections in Hawai‘i and Refractions through Oceania
Hopi, Mother, Warrior: Lori Piestewa’s Service and Legacy
Horace Poolaw: Participant Photographer
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I Am Guåhan, Wherever I am: Strategies for Empowering Chamoru Contemporary Art Practices
I ka wai hālau a i Wailua: Investigating Wailua River and its Tributaries in the Socio-political Development of Ancient Kauaʻi
Ia Te Onkwehonwe: The Racial Construction of Mohawk Identity
Identifying and Understanding Indigenous Ways of Evaluating Physical Activity Programs
Identity Construction in the Plays of Xojobal Jch’ ul Me’tik: A Case Study of Contemporary Mayan Theater in Chiapas, Mexico
Indian Trust Funds and the Rise of American Capitalism
Indians in the Attic, Archival Aboriginals and other assorted white fantasies: Being and (un)Becoming Métis
Adese, Jennifer. and Andersen, Chris.
Indigeneity in Iraq after Saddam: The Plight of the Assyrian and Chaldean Communities
Indigenous (Im)Mobility and the Borderlands of North America
Indigenous Cartography and Affinity Organizing: Mapping the Moʻolelo of Māui and Hina on the ʻĀina Kamahaʻo of Lualualei
Indigenous Corporate Networks: Maori corporate warriors and their agribusiness links
Indigenous Health Sovereignty and the Repatriation of Birthing in First Nations Communities in Manitoba
Indigenous Higher Education and Decolonization in Ecuador: The Amawtay Wasi Case
Drouin Gagne, Marie-Eve.
Indigenous Intellectuals in California and Colonial Knowledge
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J.Z. LaRocque and the Liberal Party: Métis Politics in Saskatchewan, 1905-1944
Jeffrey Gibson’s Nomadic Modernism: Intersections of Indigenous, Western, and Global Visual Culture
Roberts Seppi, Lisa.
John Stewart’s Wyandot Mission and Religious Colonialism as African American Racial Uplift
Justice and the Ballot Box: The Fight for Native Voting Rights in Montana
Vercoe, Moana. and Mahoney, Colleen.
Kaha:Wi Means “To Carry:” Indigenous Dance Performance as Remembrance and Cultural Continuity
Kin, Commerce, and Catholicism: The Odawa of L’Arbre Croche and the Issue of Catholic Native American Neutrality in Pontiac’s War
Kinship, Furs, Empire: The Anishinaabeg Odawa and the British ‘Conquest’ of North America
Knowledge Production and the Conference Revisioning the Americas through Indigenous Cinema
Kohala i ka Unupaa: Tracking Water irrigation and Social Integration in windward Kohala, Hawai'i
Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia, 2014: Theological Exclusivity and Indigenous Religious Freedom
La educación superior en Guatemala: ¿una extensión simbólica del blanqueamiento?
Chivalán Carrillo, Marco.
Labor, Work, and Mobility: Redefining Sovereignty in the Termination Era
Lakota Mobility and Movement in the Canada-U.S. Borderlands as Expression of Collective Identity and Sovereignty.
Land Matters: Colonial schooling on Indigenous land in the late-18th century northeast
Land and Foodways of the Oklahoma Cherokee: Reclaiming Food Sovereignty
Land titling and market governance in the post-treaty Nisga’a nation
Land, Indian Women, and the Influence of White Husbands in Indian Affairs
Latino Cultural Work at the Smithsonian: Considerations and Context for the Caribbean Indigenous Legacies Project
Learning New Positions: Museums and the Politics of Repositioning "Endangered" Native American Knowledges
Life “Behind the Buckskin Curtain”: The Anti-Sovereignty Movement on the Oneida Reservation
Liminality as Belonging: Race and Diaspora in Kanaka Maoli Communities
Linguistic Identification as Boundary Markers in New York State
Ingram, Rebekah. and Toth, Jay.
Listening for Our Stories in Dusty Boxes: Indigenous Research Methodologies, Archival Practices, and the Cherokee Female Seminary
Literary Transgressions: Native Writers and the Law in Indian Country
Living on the Edge: Toxicity and Sensuality on 'The Red Road'
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Mainstreaming Remote Aboriginal Housing in Australia
Maintaining Balance in Times of Change: Self-regulation, First Nations Traditional Health and Healing and Health Professionalism
Makah Ocean Policies Regarding Treaty Fisheries Co-management and the Treaty Resource Environment
Makahs, Maoris, and the British Empire in Pacific Marine Space
Making Themselves Metis: Appropriating Indigenous Identity in Fur Trade Reenactment
Mandating Reconciliation in the Dawnland: Examining Long Term Goals of the TRCs in Maine and Canada and their Chances of Success
Maori Opposition to Fossil Fuel Development in Aotearoa New Zealand
Mapping Fa'asamoa: Life Trajectories of Samoan College Students in Seattle
Mapping Indian Territory: Nineteenth-Century Narratives of Place
Mapping the Mystic Massacre: A New Approach to Pictorial Representations of the Pequot War
Maria Tallchief’s “Bodies” of Work: Autobiographies of a Postindian Princess
Masking Identities: The Contested Authenticity in the Northwest Coast Art of Cherokee Artist “Chief Lelooska”
Masters, Servants and Occupiers: Rethinking the African ‘Servant’s Rebellion’ in the Cape Colony, 1799- 1803
Materiality and Geography in Early Native Women’s Narratives: Pocahontas as Author?
Me and J.P.: Adam Castillo, the Mission Indian Federation, and John Peabody Harrington
Przeklasa, T. Robert.
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Nail polish, stockings and Sámi rights: Combining my female and male identities with the struggle for Sámi rights
Naming as Claiming: Symbolic Annihilation and Indigenous Erasure
Nanabush and the Scientific Method of Inquiry
Narratives of National Citizenship in Gerald Vizenor’s The Heirs of Columbus and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Half of a Yellow Sun
National Histories, Archives, and Material Forms of Order in John Ridge’s 1825-1826 Essay
National State Recognition of Indigenous Ethnomedical Systems: Peyotists at the Founding of the State of Oklahoma in 1907
Native American Student Success in a Private Liberal Arts University: Interrogating Settler Colonialism in Higher Education
Native American and Deaf Women: Parallels in Historical Oppression and Identity Formation between Two Cultures
Native American and Latina Veteran Women's Forms of Healing
Native Americans Appropriating Prints: Nineteenth-Century Images and Reinterpretation as Indigenous Self-Images
Couch, N. C. Christopher.
Native Museums: Forums for Dialogue & Participatory Collaboration
Native Negotiations of U.S. Water Law and the Constitutive Contradictions of Adjudication
Native Space, Settled Space, and Routes to Freedom: Racial Hierarchies in the Great Lakes, 1780 to 1840
Native Transnationalism: Politics North by South?
Native Women, Intermarried Families, and Land in Removal-Era Great Lakes Testimony
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Oil and Gas Extraction in New Zealand and Canada: Post-politics and the Indigenous Moment
On the Fringe: Old Age, Assimilation, and Health in Northern California, 1900-1924
On the backs of the women: Indigenous women's perspectives into street gangs
Once Were Indigenous: Navigating Native Hawaiian and California Indian Relationships for Decolonial Possibilities
Our History, Your History: National Museums and Indigenous Histories in North and South America
Manning Stevens, Scott.
Our Native American Saint: Saint Kateri Tekakwitha and the Gendered Complexities of Indigenous Catholicism
Our Piece of the Pie: The Aboriginal Film and Video Art Alliance and Indigenous Sovereignty In Media Practice
Out of the Architecture: Installation, Activation, Invigilation
Gilbert, Helen. and Phillipson, JD.
Packaged and Unpacked: Revisiting the Goldenweiser Wax Cylinders Project and Digital Curatorship at the Wood’s Edge
Packing Penises and Two-Spirit Traces: Thirza Cuthand’s Performance of Female Masculinity
Palestinian Female's Experience in the Israeli Civil Service in '48 Palestine
Partnerships, pathways, and barriers to Aboriginal involvement in mining and energy projects in Saskatchewan
Passing for Free, Passing for Sovereign: A Speculative Reading of the Choctaw Freedmen’s Claim to Indigeneity
Paul Bunyan and Missing Indians: Memorialization and Place-Making in Indian Country's North Woods
Peddling Pottery: Catawba Indian Women, Pottery, and the Persistence of Catawba Identity
Performances and Sovereignty: Hiawatha Plays and Naming Ceremonies among the Odawa of Michigan
Greci Green, Adriana.
Performing Violence in Indigenous Theatre
Permanent Austerity and Fiscal Brutality: Techniques of Colonial Governance in Canada
Pestles, Powder Horns, and a Burnt Kernel of Corn: Decolonizing Early New England Object Collections
Phasing Out the Sled Dog: The RCMP Dog Slaughter as an Attack on Inuit Kinship
Picturing Indian Health: Dr. Shoemaker’s Traveling Photographs, 1910-1918
Pikuni Composition: Distinctive Features of Writers at Blackfeet Community College
Place as Archive: The Carlisle Indian School Farmhouse and Heritage Center
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Queer Bodies, Failed Subjects: Thinking Through (and Within) the Decolonial Infrastructures of Queerness
Quietly Erased: The Unilateral and Illegal De-Acknowledgment of Indian Tribes
Q’eqchi’ Women Contesting Impunity in Local Courts
Velasquez Nimatuj, Irma Alicia.
Race and Indigenous employment in the Australian Public Service.
Racial Classification and the Eastern Shore: Records of Bastards, Miscegenation, and Infanticide in Colonial Virginia
Racialized Citizenship and Veiled Whiteness in Nineteenth-Century Honduras
Racismo institucional y privilegio ladino en la educación superior: un cuestionamiento desde las profesionales mayas
Raised Fists, Hands in Earth, Bound in Chains: The Multiple Arms of Aloha ʻĀina
Re-centering Native America: Intersections of Native American Studies and Asian American Studies in a Globalized Korean Classroom
Re-examining Treaty through Nêhiyaw pimâcihowin (Plains Cree Way of Life):
Re-politicizing the Medicine Game: Lacrosse as “Sport-for-Development” in Indigenous Communities
Downey, Allan. and Arellano, Alexandra.
Re-thinking the Red Power Narrative: Protest Ideology and the "Long" Movement
Reading The Crooked Good with my Big Heavens: Cree Language, Worldview, and its Implications for Settler Scholars
Van Essen, Angela.
Reading United States v. Clapox et al. (1888) as Colonizing Native Sexuality through the Courts
Reading the Land Beneath Our Feet: The Infrastructural Logics of Re-Naming Vancouver / Lhq'á:lets
Rebirth in the ‘Land of Death’: The Choctaws after Removal
Rebuilding a Mayan World: Awakening, Presence, and Possibilities
Reclaiming Dibaajimowinan: Contesting Settler Archives through the Storytelling of Louise Erdrich
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Sacred Sites Protection and the National Historic Preservation Act: A Potential International Model?
Safe Spaces for the Ancestors: The Secret Life of Carlos Montezuma
Saltwater Fishery Conflict: Passamaquoddy and the State of Maine
Lewey, Jamie. and Dana-Sacco, Gail.
Sarah Winnemucca, Past and Present: A Newspaper Archive
Self-determination with Gender Parity: Kichwa Women Frame Universal Rights within Culture
Selling Indians: Native American Stereotypes in Advertising and Collecting from the Hirschfelder-Molin Collection
Senator Harry Lane, the “White Man’s Indian,” and Native Sovereignty as Anti-Corruption in the Early Twentieth Century
Settlement and Reparations under U.S. Law
Settler Colonial Biopolitics and Indigenous Australian Resistance in Lifeways and Literature
Settler Disavowal of Native Land and Labor in the South American Tropics
Settler-Colonialism, Internal Colonialism, and the Cherokee Freedmen Controversy
Settling Tropical Australia: Race and Labour in the Northern Territory of Australia, 1911-1920
Sex Laws and Survival in Nineteenth-Century Hawaiʻi
Shahwundais and the Methodist Mission to Native North America
Sharing knowledge: The role of framing and language in communication between Aboriginal science and Western science.
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Take Me to the River: Wampum Trade and Traffic in 17th Century New England
Talking Leaves: Aboriginal Prison Writings as Theory and Community
Te reo ā-tuhi: The Dynamics of Academic Writing in an Indigenous Minority Language – a Te Reo Māori Case Study
Teaching Indigenous Identities in a Global Context
Carlson, Bronwyn., Harris, Michelle., Berglund, Jeff. and Poata-Smith, Evan.
Tetewatskà:hons ne Sewatokwà:tshera: Revitalizing Haudenosaunee Food Traditions through Mohawk Language
Thank You, Listen, Gather Here: Doing Indigenous in Emily Johnson’s Choreography
Shea Murphy, Jacqueline.
The Affect of Survivance: Feeling Resistance in the Settler-Colonial Condition
The Beautiful Lies and the Ugly Truths of Ontario’s Far North Act
Peerla, David. and Cutfeet, John.
The Bio-Politics of Colonial Education in the Early U.S. Republic
The Biopolitics of Navajo Development: Value, Sexual Violence and Erasure
The Conversation Health Care Providers Should Have with Native Women
The Crisis of the Native Intellectual
The Doctrine of Discovery in Everyday Life: Property, Personhood and Settler Common-sense in Resistance to Land Rights
The Earth Is (Still) Our Mother: Indigenous Adaptation in the Era of Climate Change
The Education of John Napoleon Brinton Hewitt
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Uncovering the doctrine of Mana Moana to better articulate Maori rights to water
Understanding Earthquakes and Other Upheaval in the Native South, 1811-1815
Understanding Ownership: Protecting Indigenous Music in an Age of Appropriation
Unlikely Allies: Nonindigenous-Indigenous Alliances in Decolonization Movements in Aotearoa/New Zealand, the U.S.A. and Canada
Uplift, Assimilation, Child Saving: Indigeneity, Racial Formation, and Governance at Hampton Institute, 1880-1912
Urban Quilombo and Indigenous Movements in the Southeast Region of Brazil and the Horizons of Multiculturalism
Urban Sámi identities – the Stockholm Sámi Association and the right to become a full member
Using First Nations Research to Track and Promote Positive Change in Manitoba First Nations
Value and Ephemeral Materiality: Indigenous Media and Digital Futures
Victimization and Perceived Impact on Academics in a National Sample of Indigenous College Students
Fish, Jillian., Livingston, Jennifer., VanZile-Tamsen, Carol. and Patterson Silver Wolf (Adelv unegv Waya), David.
Views from the End of the World: Conservation Ethics in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Almanac of the Dead and Cormac McCarthy’s The Road
Kennedy, PhD, Virginia.
Violence Knows No Boundaries: Violence Against Women Along the Western Great Lakes Borderlands
Violence, Law and the Everyday Politics of Recognition
Waiting Is Not What to Do: Indigenous Continuance
Waiʻawa i ka Pahu Wai Lalo: Understanding Ground Water and Loko Wai Pond Resources in Wai'awa, O'ahu
Walking the Red Road: A community’s journey to help each person live a good life
Potvin, Nancy. and Chabbert, Patty.
Water Security, Ecosystem Services, and Indigenous Well-Being in the Southwest and Pacific Northwest
We Made a MOOC: New Teaching Platforms and Alternative Narratives
Walter, Maggie. and Jahnke, Huia.
Weetigo and Weesageechak Deoccupy. What Danis Goulet's shortfilm "Wakening" says about the Cree-Canadian relationship
Weighed and Found Wanting: Biblical and Native Influences in Moctezuma’s Portrayal in the Crónicas X Histories
Welfarisation as a Process of Colonisation
What Does it Mean to be Blackfoot in the 21st Century?
Weasel Fat, Roy.
What does teaching from country mean? Two courses involving Yolgnu studies.
What the Washington Re*sk*ns are all about: South Park, The Daily Show and Native Mascots
Risling Baldy, Cutcha.
Who Owns Massasoit?
Who is Ainu? – Exploring the question of Ainu subjectivity in defining Ainu belonging
Whose Risk? A Comparison of Common and Uncommon Inheritance, Risk, and Benefits in Genomic Research
Whose community in community-based research? Lessons from a research project on barren-ground caribou
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Xwnuts'aluwum: T'aat'ka' Relations and the Apocryphal Slave
You Can’t Take the Ethnography Out of “Autoethnography”: Rethinking Plains Indian Ledger Art and Modern Pueblo Painting
The Native American and Indigenous Studies Association 2015-Jun-04 to 2015-Jun-07
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