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Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Annual Conference 2016-May-18 to 2016-May-22
"A Doorway Out of Darkness": A Manifesto by Incarcerated Men on the Right to Education in Jail
Van Styvendale, Nancy. and Block, Diann.
"Samson Requests an Indian Maid": Captivity and Human Trafficking in Seventeenth Century New England
Jahnke Wegner, Joanne.
"Sealfies": Contemporary Indigenous Motherhood, Assimilation, and Violence in the United States and Canada
"Subjects of Gossip and Slander”: Female Criminality in Northwestern Guatemala, 1931-1944
"'The Bones Live': Performing Repatriation, Enacting Native Slipstream in Kneubuhl's "Ola Na Iwi"
#BlackLivesMatter and #IdleNoMore: Legal Change, Social Movements, and Voices of Resistance
Rocha Beardall, Theresa.
(Re)Centering The Wildside
(Re)mapping the Carceral Archipelago: Tourism, Private Prisons and the State (of Hawaiʻi)
[un]sanctioned: the recognizability of native presence in the contemporary Art gallery
'A Romance Rudely Shocked': Native Hawaiian-Native American Intimacies in the Early Twentieth Century Pacific Northwest
'She rules…as a man could:' Native Women’s Leadership and Diplomacy in the Eighteenth Century Lower Mississippi Valley
¿Peonaje por deuda o esclavitud? Reinterpretando la historia del caucho en el Putumayo: una mirada a los grupos sionas y kofan
¿Quiénes Somos? The (In)visible Pipils of El Salvador : Necro-politics, and the “Raceless” Ideology of Mestizaje as Ethnocide
ʻAi & ʻĀina, Moʻo Akua & Moʻolelo: Relationships of Land and Literature, Food and Amphibians
ʻAʻole TMT! Examining a Hawaiian Curricular Counternarrative
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A Dialogical Ethics of (Asian) Settlers in Hawai`i
A Narrative Refusal to Write: Javier Castellanos Martínez’s Cantares de los vientos primerizos
A Personal History of the Allotment Era, Situating a Cherokee/Creek Family’s Racial Categorizations in a Revisionist Frame
A Place in the Middle: Kumu Hina, Māhū, and Queer Indigeneity in Hawai’i
A Place of Our Own - Urban Sámi identity formation in Stockholm
A Presentation of a Documentation Project of Elderly Sámis’ Stories and Experiences from Residential schools in Sweden
A Study of Indigenous Language and Culture Instruction in Kindergartens in Taiwan
A Tale of Two Reconciliations: Understanding Recognition and Indigenous Land Differently in Relation to Environmental Planning
A quantitative expression of language as a marker of identity
A time and place to sing: Ainu heritage performers and their bodies of creation and destruction
Aboriginal art at the intersection of anthropology and tourism: the case of William Barak (c.1824-1903)
Aboriginal ways of tourism enterprise clustering in Australia: Aboriginal business knowledge for our future
Activating the ‘Ōpio of Hawai‘i: Creating Place-Based Leadership Opportunities in Heritage Stewardship
Affect, Reparative Politics, and the Structure of Settler Colonialism
Alaska Native Theories of Change and Futurity
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Back to the Future: Reconstituting Traditional Kwakwaka’wakw Governance in the Context of Neo-Colonialism
Nicolson, Deanna. and Nicolson, Ryan.
Baddawi, Where the Palestinian Diaspora Is Re-Drawn.
Becoming Vulnerable: Food Security, Sovereignty, and Sharing
Being a Man on The Land: Decolonizing Indigenous Masculinity Through Land-Based Cultural Practice
Beyond Xicanismo: New Articulations of Native Diaspora
Beyond erasure: K-12 social studies curriculum and scripting the boarding school memory
Black Indigeneity: The Garifuna Experience in the Poems of Wingston González
Gomez Menjivar, Jennifer.
Boardercrossings: Surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding share synergies with Indigeneity, its connection to art, land and water
Border Town Violence and Navajo Resistance to Settler Colonialism
Botany, Indigeneity and Intellectual Property in New Zealand, 1800-present
Breakings others’ laws – every/day – the socio-political relevance of nearly illegal harvesting regimes in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Bridging Indigenous Feminism and Struggles for Sovereignty Among California’s Unrecognized Tribes
Building Bodies: Gender and Sport at Haskell Institute, 1880-1930
Building Indigenous Doctoral Capability: New Zealand, Hawaii, Washington State USA.
Johnston, Patricia. and Maaka, Margaret.
Building virtual language communities through social media – because we don’t live the village life anymore
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Carceral Suicide: Situating Indigenous suicide in Canadian prisons in light of the spatial manifestations of necropolitics
Carlos Montezuma’s Immigrant Problem: “Americanism for Indians,” Wassaja, and the Limits of Native Activism
Cartographies of Abundance: Mapping the Movement to Protect Mauna a Wākea
Caught in the middle: The fragmentation of Indigenous knowledge through the Native Title process in urban and rural Australia.
Challenges of Teaching Indigenous Law as Gendered: Interview Results
Challenging Essentialism In Contemporary Indigenous Knowledge: Seeking Revelation Within The Esoteric Nature Of Our Dance
Challenging existing understandings of ‘citizenship’ in the Pacific
Chickasaw Diplomacy and Discursive Sovereignty
Christianity and Idolatry: The Nahuas Confront European Concepts
de la Cruz, Abe.
Circulation, Community, and Continuance: The Travels of Joseph Laurent’s Abenaki-English Dialogues
Climate Justice, Indigenous Planning and Settler Colonialism
Co-designing Research in Place with First Nations, Métis and Inuit Educators
Schaefli, Laura. and Godlewska, Anne.
Cold Bodies and Continuance in the Native Northeast: Indigenous Women’s Access to Mudflats in the Little Ice Age
Colonial Continuity or a Path toward Self-Government?: Examining Internet Voting Deployment in First Nations in Ontario
Budd, Brian. and Goodman, Nicole.
Colonial Imageries and the Street Gang
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Dance Your Style: Embodied Experience, Power Poses, and Powwow Dance
Danza Mexica y Conchera: Chicana/o Historic Indigenous Consciousness through Ceremony
Serrano Najera, Jose Luis.
Data building is nation building
Rodriguez-Lonebear, Desi. and Rainie, Stephanie.
Decolonising indigenous youth leadership – Lessons learnt from Matike Mai Aotearoa Rangatahi, New Zealand.
Decolonizing Archaeological Methodologies: The Making and Remaking of Tribal Research Practices
Decolonizing Health: Improving Health Equity Through Heritage Repatriation and the Traditional Arts
Decolonizing Indigenous-Settler Relations through Pan-Indigenous Festival Encounters
Decolonizing Māhū: Self-Determination and Native Hawaiian Gender and Sexuality
Decolonizing Tongues and Hands: Revitalizing Indigenous Speech Using Indigenous Sign
Decolonizing our Indigenous Allyships: Working through Recognition/NonRecognition/MisRecognition
Decolonizing violence, sex, and time in the Canadian Arctic: Tanya Tagaq’s queer punk performance aesthetic
Deconstructing the between-ness of space; at the intersection of design, blended identity, and diaspora
Defensa del territorio Sikuani frente al extractivismo
Gaitán Yepes, Gloria.
Delusions of Reconciliation: How Australia Continues to Get It Wrong
Ladner, Kiera. and Tait, Myra.
Determinants of Physical Activity and Nutrition Among Anishinaabe Children in Six First Nation Communities
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E Nānā Mai i ke Kumuwai: Ancestral Guidance for Modern Groundwater Solutions to Sutainable Economy in Waiʻawa, ʻEwa, Hawaiʻi
E-colonialism and the indigenous digital citizen: a view from Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Warren, Te Rina.
Ecologies of Gender and the Decolonizing Power of Masculine Vulnerability
Edible Decolonization: Food as the Heart of Governance
Embodying Decolonization in Education: Kiuna Institute, a First Nations College in Odanak, Quebec
Embodying Self-Determination: The Renewal of Indigenous Political Economies through Foodways
Enfants de Langue: Children as Intermediaries among the Choctaws and Chickasaws
Enfleshing sovereignty: settler colonial child welfare, refusal, and the decolonizing labor of mothering
Engineering Indigenous Science in Aotearoa-New Zealand: A Global Template?
Evaluation of the Merauke Integrated Food and Energy Estate using the Mauri Model
Examining Higher Education in American Samoa: A Tribal Critical Race Theory Analysis
Experience of Displacement in Postwar Okinawan People’s Struggles
Exploring Barriers to Traditional Food Access and Knowledge for Indigenous Students in Southwestern Ontario
Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities in Australian Indigenous Women’s Economic Participation
Larkin, Steve., Butler, Kathleen. and MacGibbon, Lesely.
Expressions of Kuleana: Native Hawaiian Resistance in the Diaspora
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Fale Aitu in the Diaspora: Samoan Cultural Satire in a Digital Age
Fanon’s Native: Decolonizing Blackness and the Figure of the Muslim
Fantasy Documents? Global Relations and the Haudenosaunee Passport
McKie, Mia Yerihwayethus.
Feeling ‘At Home’: Re-Evaluating Indigenous Identity-Making in Canadian Cities
Fictions of Land and Flesh
Fictive Kin: Deconstructing and Reconstructing Frank Speck’s Native Relations and Collections
First Nations’ Right to Land, Urban Reserve Creation, and Settler Resistance in Treaty One Territory
Fluctuating Sovereignty, Disputed Jurisdiction: The Case of Osage Wind
Food Security and Maya Land Rights: Crafting Paths of 'Development with Identity'
Food is our language: Examining identity, self-esteem, and belonging in urban Indigenous youth
Food sovereignty in the Canadian colonial state: Tensions, strategies, and (im)possibilities in Indigenous-settler alliances
Food, Citizenship, and Power: Indian Policy, and Indigenous People in Northern Canada in the Post WWII Period
Burnett, Kristin. and Hay, Travis.
Forward: Moving Native Youth from Reconciliation at Obama’s Tribal Youth Gathering for a Sovereign Future
Frameworks for engagement between indigenous and local government bodies: The ‘third way’ approach in advancing Māori aspirations
From Citizenship to Sovereignty: The Juridics of Indigeneity and Belonging within the Settler State
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Gabriel Dumont: Before the Battle
Gender and Genre: towards a Transindigenous Literary Methodology
Genealogical Tracing of Settler-Colonial Indigenous Child Welfare Displacement in Canada
Genocide and New Peoplehood in Canada
Global oceans: climate change, indigenous resources and the co-production of scientific knowledge in SE Alaska
Going to the Water: Counterflows in Indigenous Activist Media and Environment
Good news in food: Indigenous food sovereignty in western Canada
Growing the Field of Alaska Native Studies
Gurri Girri Song: Celebrating and Revaluing Australian Aboriginal Intellectuality
Kelly, Raymond. and Harkins, Jean.
Hating Hawaiians, Loving Hybrids: Discourses of Racial Mixture in Early Twentieth Century Sociology in Hawaiʻi
Haudenosaunee Nation, Restricted and Confined, Fight for Justice: “Fight the Line”
Hauteruruku ki Puketeraki – Connecting To Te Ao o Takaroa (Domain of the Ocean)
He Kura Kōrero: Kura Kaupapa Māori expressions of educational success.
He Moʻokūʻauhau Ko Ka ʻĀina – How Our Genealogy of Place Can Lead to Changes in Pedagogy and Practice at UH Mānoa
Saffery, Maya. and Freitas, Antoinette.
He Pelapela Anei ka ʻŌlelo a ka Hawaiʻi? Can Hawaiian Words be Filthy?
Wong, Laiana. and Warner, Noʻeau.
Hearing the Bones of the Page: Orlando White and a Diné Ontology of Language
Here, Let me define you some more
Historiographic Refusal: Indigenous Enslavement in Settler Colonial New England
Holding the Academy Accountable: Moving Beyond the Reconciliation Framework in Canadian Post-secondary Institutions
Homeland as “Inalienable Possession”: Understanding Mohican People’s Continuing Engagement with Their Eastern Homeland
Tsepak (Tibet), Namgyal.
How Hawaiians Became Indians: Mitigating Indigenous Identity in the Pacific Northwest
How are principles of Métis governance applied in a contemporary context?
Dubois, Janique. and Saunders, Kelly.
How can Haudenosaunee youth live the Kaienere:kowa (The Great Law of Peace) in an urban setting in 2015?
How do “real” Indigenous forest dwellers live?
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Idle No More Hawaii: Land protection and Mauna Kea
Idle No More and the Ecology of Relationality
Idle No More: Home is Where the Children Are
Illuminating economic unfreedom: Exploring Coast Salish “Gathering” economies in oral histories from the century just passed
Imprisoned on Native Land: Japanese Internment and Native Women’s Labor at Manzanar
In Loco Parentis: Indigenous Families Resisting the Canadian State’s Affective Embrace
In State Care – Relating Juvenile Justice and Compulsory Education of Spokane, Kalispel, and Confederated Colville Youth
Inclusion or misleading exclusion of indigeneity, within national curricula in Aotearoa New Zealand?
Incorporating Indigenous Legal Traditions into Legal Education: A Path toward Reconciliation?
Indian Homes and Indian Loans: American Indian Veterans and Inaccessible VA Home Loan Benefits
Indigenizing Architecture: The Museum At Warm Springs
Indigenizing the Process: Truth Commissions in an Indigenous North American Context
Indigenous Collage: Self-Determination in the Post-Land Claims Yukon Territory
Indigenous Culinary Art & Cuisine and the Transfer of Edible Ancestral Memory
Indigenous Federations in the Peruvian Amazon: Addressing Conflicts and Striving for a Collective Self-determined Wellbeing
Vásquez Fernández, Andrea., Kozak, Robert., Shuñaqui, María., Sebastián Lizardo, Raúl., Innes, John. and Hajjar, Reem.
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Justice and the Ballot Box: Fighting Continued Suppression of Native Voting Rights in Montana
Justice for/in Palestine: U.S. and Israeli Settler Colonialism and the limits of Comparative Analysis
Kaitiakitanga guardianship of our spirits, hearts and minds. Māori/Indigenous vitalities, psychology and mental-illness
Kanaka Hawaiʻi Gold Miners and Hawaiian-Language Newspapers in Nineteenth-Century Western North America
Kaupapa Maori: A theory of transformation
Knowing The Whole Story: Polycentric Narration in Joseph Boyden's "Three Day Road"
Kotahi aroha, One love! The aspirations of indigenous youth for constitutional transformation in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Davis, Nga Rauuira Puumanawhiti., Harrison, Kelly. and Te Whata, Leah.
La lucha por Autonomía Indígena y la plurinacionalidad en Bolivia
López Flores, Pabel.
Land of Opportunity: Anti-Black and Settler Logics in Detroit’s Gentrification
Land, Politics, and Ethnicity: Indigenous Forest Defense and Social Mobilization in the P'urhepecha Highlands of Michoacan, Mexico
Laying Our Stories Bare: Racialized People, Colonization, and Decolonization in Canada
Learning on the Land in West Central Alberta: Conversations involving Cree-Métis Youth and Elders
Learning the Land, Knowing your Place: Community-Based Scholarship in Place
Legalizing Medicine: The Menominee Experience with Legalized Marijuana
Legitimizing Indigeneity: Vicente Mora Chimo as a Political Figure in Early Bourbon Peru
Vargas Luna, Jaime.
Listening to the Ancestors: Wampanoag Programming at Plimouth Plantation
Lives on Ice: Frozen Blood and Indigenous Activism
Living Polleras: Sexual and Aesthetic Agency among Indigenous Women of the Altiplano
Making “Decolonization” Relevant in Okinawa by Reimagining Asia and the Pacific
Mapping Lost Worlds: Mobilizing Native Solidarity in the Aftermath of Dam-Building
Matike Mai! Indigenous-led Constitutional Transformation, Aotearoa New Zealand.
Jackson, Shona N..
Mission Medicine: Christianity and Circulations among the Lake Superior Ojibwe, c. 1830
Mitákuye Owás’iŋ: The Significance of Object-Human Relations in Susan Power’s The Grass Dancer and Louise Erdrich’s Four Souls
Molecular Death, Desire, and Redface Reincarnation: Indigenous Appropriations in the U.S.
Moose-hair Tufting: A Stitch Imbued with Indian Residential School Knowledge
Moose-hide tanning as land-based pedagogy: Northern Tutchone moose-hide tanning with the Indigenous Governance Program
More Than State Violence: countering stigma with love
More than Content: The Teaching of Residential Schools in the Canadian School Systems
Mothers of Corn: Wixárika Language and Ontology
Mouri Moko: Indigenous women, skin-carving, ink, identity and wellbeing!
Multicultural Missions and Indigenous Sovereignty: An “Unlikely Alliance” Between Korean Evangelists and Aboriginal Peoples?
Multiculturalism against Indigenous land rights: cultural recognition and settler futurity
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Na Mana Aina: Concepts of the Formative Values of Aina
Narragansett Dawn: The reclamation of an indigenous identity.
Native American Graduates’ Stories On Their Journeys Through the STEM Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral Degrees
Native American Pop Art: Bunky Echo-Hawk and Steven Paul Judd Appropriate "Star Wars"
Native Americans Writing Latin in the Colonial Northeast: Further Examples and Some Reflections
Native Poetics and Trans-temporal Textualities
Native Road Movies NOT Called Smoke Signals: Expanding Spatial Sovereignty in Barking Water and The Dead Can’t Dance
Navigating the St. Lawrence Seaway in a Canoe: Haudenosaunee Science, Sovereignty and Environmental Activism
No Nā Kumu Mauli Ola Hawaiʻi: Distinct Pathways to Prepare Hawaiian Cultural Identity Teachers
Nohopaʻa Kainehe: A Story of ʻŌiwi Survivance and Resurgence in Hāmākua, Hawaiʻi.
Northern and Rural Food Systems in Indigenous Communities in Canada
Skinner, Kelly., Parker, Barbara. and Schroeter, Annette.
Not Little Women: Canadian Settler Colonialism and State Responses to Violence Against Indigenous Girls
Nā ʻOno o ka ʻĀina: Growing, Eating, Singing, Savoring the Delicacies of the Land
de Silva, Kahikina.
Nō wai, Ko wai? A whakapapa approach to Physical Activity
O Ke Kahua Mamua, Mahope Ke Kukulu: Developing A Strong Foundation of Native Hawaiian Cultural Resource Stewards
Objects of Precarity: Settler Governance, Affect, and the Materiality of Violence
Other Argonauts: Native Hawaiian Miners in the California Gold Rush
Our Love on the Land: Māori Intimate Economy in Scarcity Times
Outlaw Sovereignties in the Break of the Event: Enacting Kanaka Maoli Anarcha-Indigenous Insurgence through Fugitive Workshops
O’Keeffe’s Hawaii?: Modernism in Colonial Spaces
Paper Sovereignty: Philip Hugh Howell’s Early Vision of Indigenous Journalism, Science, and Society
Para Ta Fakmåta I Hilå’-ta: Austronesian Demilitarized Reimaginings of the Pacific Islands
Gofigan Kuper, Kenneth.
Photovoice to Understand Labrador Métis Senior and Youth Interaction
Pace, Jessica. and Gabel, Chelsea.
Picturing Sovereignty: John Mix Stanley’s Portraits in Indian Territory and the Kingdom of Hawaii, 1842-1850
Popper is dead; long live Popper?: The Rhymes Audience as Responsible Witness to Historical Trauma
Positive Aging: Indigenous peoples aging with HIV/AIDS
Ryan, Chaneesa. and Jackson, Randy.
Postpartum Experiences of Truku’s Women in Eastern Taiwan: Culture Care
Subeq, Yi-Maun. and Huang, Hsiao-Ching.
Premature Reconciliation: Canada’s TRC, Unfinished Business, and Rhymes for Young Ghouls
Edelman Warrior, Carol.
Private Romance, Common (Decolonial) Love
Promoting indigenous identity: Visualization of indigenous issues into your non-indigenous work life’s context
Property isn’t enough: Why tribal ownership of commercial fishing rights does not address Maori dispossession from fisheries
Protecting Water Rights and Revitalizing the Cui-ui on the Pyramid Lake Paiute Indian Reservation
Pulp Paper Representations: Looking for American Indians in Comic Books
Queen Liliʻuokalani’s Sovereign Declaration and the Kānāwai Tradition
RESISTING THE COLONIAL DESIGN: Palestine and Puerto Rico
Race and Relationality: Indigenous critiques of whiteness within feminist methodologies
Races and Runners: Indigenous Athletes, National Identities, and Imperial Rivalries, 1926-1928
Racialization of Indigenous Peoples in the Canadian Health Care System:A Case Study from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory
Radical Rapprochement: Anarchism, Indigeneity, and Sovereignty
Radical Transformations: Land and Colonial Cultures in the Long Nineteenth Century
Banivanua Mar, Tracey.
Re-writing the Mythic Immigration Narrative: Indigeneity and Maya Women’s Migration Stories
Reading Against the Category: Native American “Autobiographies” or Something Else?
Reading Beyond Reconciliation in an Inuit Memoir
Reclaiming Sámi cultural heritage and history through archaeological research – Sábme, Sweden
Reclaiming knowledge and transforming systems: Indigenous women and allies working to foster reproductive justice
McKenzie, Holly., Anaquod, Jaqueline., Hoskins, Jannica. and Schwandt, Jillian.
Reconciliation by Dispossession? The First Nations Property Ownership Act and Indigenous land relationships in reserve contexts
Reconciliation is Not Transitional Justice: Contextualizing Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission within a TRC Genealogy
Recovering Cherokee Dis-Places through Remote Sensing
Rediscovering the Path: Decolonizing Indigenous Governance
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Safe sacred space. Laestadianism- a religious revivalism as a place for preserving Sami identities, language and traditions.
Sagviqtuq (One Explains Oneself) An Iñupiaq Framework
Same Fight, Different Tactics: Trans-National Indigenous Pipeline Resistance and the Growing Influence of Social Media Activism
Sami popular music – identity, politics and aesthetics
Satirizing Citizenship: Alexander Posey and the Dawes Commission in Muscogee Country
Scholarship on Indigenous Agriculture: Crimes of Incompetence and Bias
Science and Sovereignty: Eugenics, Telescopes and the Politics of Jurisdiction in Hawaiʻi
Self-determination in practice: Mapuche decolonization in Patagonia
Serving Our Country - Homefront
Serving Our Country - Vietnam Veterans histories
Serving Our Country - Women in the Services
Serving Our Country: Yarn Ups - Oral history
Serving Our Country: oral and community history
Settler Speaks of Stories: Reimaging Settler Space within Kanaka Maoli Nation-building Projects
Settler-Colonialisms’ Intimacies: The Doubled Up Position of Dispossessed and Settler
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Taking Adivasi Land Ontologies Seriously: Reinterpreting Adivasi Resistance as Decolonial Acts of Environmental Justice
Te Mana Raraunga: the emergence of the Maori Data Sovereignty Network
Hudson, Maui. and Sporle, Andrew.
Te Tiori a ngā Pīpī: Māori language use among youth and young adults raised through wharekura (Māori-medium secondary schools)
Teaching Emancipatory Research Methods to Kanaka Maoli Researchers Working in Native Hawaiian Educational Communities
Teaching nêhiyawêwin (Cree) Language Classes
Terril Calder: Building More-Than-Human Communities Through Stop-Motion Animation
The Absence of Evidence and the Presence of a People: Matsqui Tribal Identity in the Cauldron of Colonial Litigation
The Awakeners: A Contemporary Community-Based Approach to Mississippi Choctaw Cultural Revitalization
The Boasian Challenge to Anthropology
The Burning Heat of Ice: 19th Century Native Hawaiian Narratives of Coldness
The Comanche Empire Strikes Back: In the Media Borderlands of Comanchería Cinema
The Death of Manuel Jamines Xum: Indigenous Displacement and the Translocality of Violence
The Distribution of Settlement: Regimes of Property in Melissa Lucashenko
The Embargo II Collective: Collaboration as Critical and Creative Indigenous Media Practice
Tailfeathers, Elle-Maija. and Crey, Karrmen.
The End of Indigenous Religious Freedom in Canada? The Ktunaxa Nation Defeat in the British Columbia Court of Appeals (2015)
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Un-Incorporating Territories: Pacific Sovereignty and Craig Santos Perez’s Decolonizing Poetics
Unangam Tukungiin: Aleut Leaders
Understanding Indigenous Pedagogy: Toward a Critical Indigenous Perspective
Undocumented Transnationalism: Identity and Legality among the Indigenous Mexican Immigrants in Los Angeles, CA
Universities as Colonial Healthcare Providers, and Challenges from Cree, Oji-Cree and Ojibway (Anishinaabe) peoples in Canada
Unmasking the Acrylic Mist: Demystifying Graffiti Muralism and American Indian Semiotic Signatures on the Modern Landscape
Unrecognized Peoples and Sovereignty Claims
Unsettling Decolonial Healing: Critical Latino-Indigeneity as Intervention
Using Archaeology to Examine Self-sufficiency and Communalism within Mormon Pacific Islander Settlements
Uu-a-thluk tupał (taking care of the ocean): (De)colonization of the Water and Ocean-based Nuu-Chah-Nulth Resurgence
uu-a-thluk (taking care of). The Nuu-chah-nulth Approach to Nurturing Healthy, Responsible, and Ecologically Sound Food Practices
Victoria Kneubuhl’s Archive of Colonial Critique: Trans-Indigenous Connections in Kānaka Maoli Literature
Vigilant and Vulnerable Collaboration: Writing Decolonial Poetry in Hawai‘i
Virgin Xochimilco: “Pure” Indians and Water in Mexico City’s Far South, 1920-1946
Visualizing Aloha ʻĀina through Mana Wahine: The Art of Social Justice in Contemporary Kanaka Maoli Political Movements
Wahine Noho Anu I Ka Lau o Ke Kuahiwi: Women on Mauna Kea
Water Falls, Bread Fruit, and Royal Calling Cards in the Windy City: The Newberry’s Hawaiian Materials
We Prayed in Water
We see you: Indigenous Reimaginings of the Residential School Narrative
Weaving our authority together: theorizing Indigenous nationhood and citizenship
Welcome to Your Land: Subverting Urban Indigenous Inclusion as Settler Colonial Practice
Where “Indigenous” and “International” Meet: (Beyond) Higher Education As White Property
Naepi, Sereana. and Stein, Sharon.
Whitewashing History: Settler Colonialism, Nostalgia, and Myths of the Bonga Family in Minnesota History
Who Gets Coverage?: Media Response and Construction of American Indian Victimhood
Who gets to tell the stories? Planning a descendant driven heritage center at the former Carlisle Indian Industrial School
White, Louellyn. and Phillips, Morgan.
Who’s Citing Who?: Some Different Histories of Black, Indigenous, and Black and Indigenous Theorization of Self and Community
Hall, Lisa Kahaleole.
Why Do White People Love Reconciliation? A Settler Perspective on the New Mask of Neocolonialism in Canada
Wiigwaasi-Jiimaan: These Canoes Carry Culture: An Anishinaabe Approach to Cultural Repatriation
Wild Australia versus Wild America: Performing Great White Heroes and Authentic Savages on Tour.
William Apess’s Last Laugh
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Xicana-Indígena Ph D mamis, creating space of visibility and belonging in Higher Education
Xicanindix: The Unmaking of My Colonized Mind Through Story
Yehewin: Wellness, Mindfulness and the Political Body as Revitalized Indigenous Governance
Yeya’taseha to Yakonkwe: Narrating Ecologies of Change in Haudenosaunee Cosmology
Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Annual Conference 2016-May-18 to 2016-May-22
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