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Continuing Progress With Tribes
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100 Years Later: Still Fighting
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Welcome to Ojibwe People’s Jerusalem
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Rethinking the Education System
‘Historic’ Agreement Gets Final Approval
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Thing About Skins
Compassionate Woman: Biography of Activist Patricia Locke
One of Patricia Locke’s earliest babysitters was a medicine man who made objects dance around the room on their own to amuse her and her sister...
Louis Riel Graphic Novel Is Part of E-Book Revolution
There seem to be a rash of graphic novels out lately, and more are on the horizon. And now, they seem to be following their texty cousins into the digital realm...
From Rereleased Classics to New Titles, Accolades From the American Indian Library Association
Running the gamut in subject matter from Christmas memories to boarding school, four books have won accolades from the American Indian Library Association (AILA)...
Gerald Vizenor: On the Cutting Edge, as Usual
Gerald Vizenor—author, critic, journalist and documentarian—is a literary power unto himself...
The ‘Master Trickster’ Vizenor Wins Again
Author of nearly three dozen books, coiner of such terms as survivance, storier and victimry, the poet, novelist and critic Gerald Vizenor is a unique voice in the world of Native ...
Whetting the Literary Appetite: Books to Jump-Start Your Reading Year
A new year has begun, and with it comes a crop of intriguing new books...
Gaming the Gift List: Books for the Aficionado
Gaming is a hot topic in tribal and political forums...
Bill Clinton Read Hungrily About Chiefs as a Kid
Former President Bill Clinton appeared on the Today Show this morning to recommend his holiday book picks...
Books: Yanking ‘Queer’ Out of the Native Closet
Perhaps by choice, Native Studies has never had much to do with Queer Studies...
On Two-Spirits and Native Identity
Brian Joseph Gilley, Cherokee/Chickasaw, is associate professor of anthropology and director of the First Nations Educational and Cultural Center at Indiana University, Bloomington...
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Sci-Fi, Mysticism and Tragedy Reign at American Indian Youth Literature Awards
‘Shades of Aye’ Breaks New Ground in Native Junior Literature
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