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Cultural Spaces in Northeastern Amazonia
An Ethnobotany of the Gila River Pima
Treks into the Future of Time
Haudenosaunee Reclamation at Grand River
In February 2006, the Six Nations community of Caledonia, Ontario, occupied a 132-acre construction site, reigniting a 200-year struggle to reclaim land and rights in the Grand River region. Framed by intersecting themes of knowledge production, political resurgence, and the contributions of Haudenosaunee women, In Divided Unity provides a model for critical Indigenous theory that remains grounded in community-based concerns and actions.
An Ethnography of Navajo Poetry
Japanese Mexicans, World War II, and the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
Body Knowledge, Identity, and Communities of Practice
Felix and Lucy Kramer Cohen and the Indian New Deal
Constellations of Learning Across Time and Place
New Research on the Prehistory of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico
A Fire Survey
A Fire Survey
Western Expansion and Interethnic Marriage in the Arizona Borderlands
Mexican American Literature and the Environment
Contemporary Latina Playwrights and the Legacy of Maria Irene Fornes
Texas Exceptionalism in the Borderlands
Native American Music from Jazz to Hip Hop
Indigenous Pop vividly addresses the importance of Native musicians and popular musical genres, establishing their origins and discussing what they represent.
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