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Cardinal in My Window with a Mask on Its Beak
Winner of the 2021 Ambroggio Prize of the Academy of American Poets
Cardinal in My Window with a Mask on Its Beak offers the insightful voice of a first-generation immigrant to the United States in both Spanish and English. The poems, both fantastical and real, create poetic portraits of historical migrants, revealing shocking and necessary insights into humanity while establishing a transatlantic dialogue with the great voices of the Spanish Renaissance.
The Book of Wanderers
Our Fight Has Just Begun
Hate Crimes and Justice in Native America
Our Fight Has Just Begunilluminates Native voices while exposing how the justice system has largely failed Native American victims and families. This book tells the untold stories of hate crimes committed against Native Americans in the Four Corners region of the United States.
A History of Navajo Nation Education
Disentangling Our Sovereign Body
The Archaeology of Refuge and Recourse
Coast Miwok Resilience and Indigenous Hinterlands in Colonial California
Navigating CHamoru Poetry
Indigeneity, Aesthetics, and Decolonization
Soldiers, Saints, and Shamans
Indigenous Communities and the Revolutionary State in Mexico's Gran Nayar, 1910–1940
Primitivism and Identity in Latin America
Essays on Art, Literature, and Culture
Native Story Power and the Insurgent Horizons of Latinx Indigeneity
The Sound of Exclusion
NPR and the Latinx Public
Drug Wars and Covert Netherworlds
The Transformations of Mexico's Narco Cartels
Deep Time and Indigenous Knowledges in North America
Decolonizing “Prehistory” critically examines and challenges the paradoxical role that modern historical-archaeological scholarship plays in adding legitimacy to, but also delegitimizing, contemporary colonialist practices. Using an interdisciplinary approach, this volume empowers Indigenous voices and offers a nuanced understanding of the American deep past.
Diné Creative Works from the Intermountain Indian School
Once Upon the Permafrost
Knowing Culture and Climate Change in Siberia
Voluntourism and Multispecies Collaboration
Life, Death, and Conservation in the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef
Baja California's Coastal Landscapes Revealed
Excursions in Geologic Time and Climate Change
A History of Observation and Exploration of the Red Planet
Natural Landmarks of Arizona
Latin American Immigration Ethics
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