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Tribal values of taxation within the tribalistic economic theory2008 Indigenous nations studies journal 6 (1): 1-21
  • Angelique A. (Wambdi A. Wastewin) EagleWoman
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
A model for indigenous language revival2008 Indigenous nations studies journal 6 (1): 23-43, [erratum]
  • Brad Montgomery-Anderson
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Benediction and malediction in Fulani culture: exploring an Afro-Muslim perception of the socio-spiritulal dimensions of success and failure2008 Indigenous nations studies journal 6 (1): 45-66
  • Mohamed Camara
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Alpha ontology and pathology of social dominance: unearthing western civilization and neo-colonial, neo-liberal, neo-conservative hegemony2008 Indigenous nations studies journal 6 (1): 67-91
  • Richard Arnold
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
"To feel the drumming earth come upward": indigenizing the American Studies discipline, field, movement2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 7-21
  • D. Anthony Tyeeme Clark
  • Norman R. Yetman
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]introduction to special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Native American demographic and tribal survival into the twenty-first century2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 23-38
  • Russell Thornton
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Unspeaking the settler: "The Indian today" in international perspective2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 39-57
  • Chadwick Allen
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
National coexistence is our Bull Durham: revisiting "The Indian Today"2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 59-76
  • Edward C. Valandra
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Therapeutic experience of maximum feasible participation2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 77-87
  • George Pierre Castile
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
The contemporary revival and diffusion of indigenous sovereignty discourse2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 89-113
  • Erich Steinman
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Understanding tribal sovereignty: definitions, conceptualizations, and interpretations2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 115-32
  • Amanda J. Cobb
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Recognition2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 133-61
  • Joanne Barker
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
The racial paradox of tribal citizenship2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 163-85
  • Steve Russell
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Tribal gaming and indigenous sovereignty, with notes from Seminole country2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 187-204
  • Jessica R. Cattelino
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
What is an Indian family? The Indian child welfare act and the renascence of tribal sovereignty2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 205-31
  • Pauline Turner Strong
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Tribal Wisconsin's indigenous judicial system and the emergence of tribal states2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 233-50
  • Larry Nesper
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Visual power: 21st century Native American artists/intellectuals2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 251-74
  • Phoebe Farris
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Framing cinematic Indians within the social construction of place2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 275-93
  • Cynthia-Lou Coleman
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Native American Barbie: the marketing of Euro-American desires2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 295-326
  • Maureen Trudelle Schwarz
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Exhibition review: the National Museum of the American Indian2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 327-38
  • John Bloom
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
American Studies, ethnography, and knowledge production: the case of American Indian performers at Knott's Berry Farm2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 339-61
  • David Kamper
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
"Handicapped by distance and transportation": indigenous relocation, modernity and time-space expansion2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 363-90
  • Paige Raibmon
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
The bases are loaded: American Indians and American Studies2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 391-416
  • Carter Meland
  • Heidi Stark
  • Joseph Bauerkemper
  • LeAnne Howe
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Indigenizing the future: why we must think spatially in the twenty-first century2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 417-40
  • Daniel R. Wildcat
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Emergence, alliances, and vision: the tribal college and beyond2004 Indigenous nations studies journal 5 (1): 1-14
  • Gary Wheeler
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Community action on the Cherokee reservation in North Carolina2004 Indigenous nations studies journal 5 (1): 15-26
  • Tamrala Greer Swafford
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
The Relocation and Employment Assistance programs, 1948-1970: federal Indian policy and the early development of the Denver Indian community2004 Indigenous nations studies journal 5 (1): 27-50
  • Azusa Ono
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Crossing the river: attitudes of invasion in the revolutionary Ohio country2004 Indigenous nations studies journal 5 (1): 51-72
  • Oliver Zeltner
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
The low self-esteem Indian stereotype: positive self-regard among indigenous peoples of United States2003 Indigenous nations studies journal 4 (2): 1-23
  • Antonie Dvorakova
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
A study in institution building for Dene governance in the Canadian north: a history of the development of the Dene National Office2003 Indigenous nations studies journal 4 (2): 25-51
  • Bill Erasmus
  • C.D. James Paci
  • Stephanie Irlbacher Fox
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Promoting strategic thinking in American Indian leaders2003 Indigenous nations studies journal 4 (2): 53-67
  • Manley A. Begay Jr.
  • Xenia T. King
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
To be or not to be indigenous: identity, race, and representation in education2003 Indigenous nations studies journal 4 (2): 69-91
  • Cornel Pewewardy
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Native American Studies in the Program in American Culture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor2003 Indigenous nations studies journal 4 (2): 93-106
  • Gregory Evans Dowd
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
The resurgence of the Choctaws in the twentieth century2002 Indigenous nations studies journal 3 (1): 3-18
  • Clara Sue Kidwell
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Delaware identity in the Cherokee nation2002 Indigenous nations studies journal 3 (1): 19-45
  • Claudia Haake
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Ann Rinaldi's My heart is on the ground as literary colonization of Zitkala-Sa's American Indian stories2002 Indigenous nations studies journal 3 (1): 47-62
  • Elizabeth Wilkinson
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Cell-phones amd spears: indigenous cultural transition within the Maasai of east Africa2002 Indigenous nations studies journal 3 (1): 63-75
  • April R. Summitt
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Tribal decision-making and intercultural relations: Crow Creek agency, 1863-18852002 Indigenous nations studies journal 3 (1): 95-112
  • Robert Galler
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Indian Studies at the University of North Dakota2002 Indigenous nations studies journal 3 (1): 113-20
  • Gregory Gagnon
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Epistemological distinctiveness and the use of 'guided history' methodology for writing Native histories2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (2): 15-35
  • Yale D. Belanger
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Drinking and healing: reflections on the lost autonomy of the Innu2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (2): 37-55
  • Colin Samson
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Forever changed: boarding school narratives of American Indian identity in the U.S. and Canada2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (2): 57-82
  • Maureen Smith
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
The history of Native American studies at the University of California Riverside2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (2): 83-94
  • Ian Chambers
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
The Institute of American Indian Studies: a tradition of scholarly pursuit2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (1): 3-10
  • Leonard R. Bruguier
  • Scott E. White
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
From activism to academics: the evolution of American Indian Studies at San Francisco State 1968-20012001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (1): 11-20
  • Joely De La Torre
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
A holistic emphasis: the UCLA American Indians Studies Research Center2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (1): 21-7
  • Duane Champagne
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Native American Studies at Darmouth2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (1): 29-34
  • Colin G. Calloway
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
The American Indian Program at Cornell University2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (1): 35-41
  • Daniel H. Usner Jr.
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Native American Studies at West Virginia University: continuing interactions of Native and Apalachian people2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (1): 43-53
  • Daniel W. McNeil
  • Ellesa Clay High
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
American Indian Studies programs at the University of Arizona2001 Indigenous nations studies journal 2 (1): 55-69
  • Claudia E. Nelson
  • Joseph (Jay) H. Stauss
  • Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
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