Peter d'Errico

Professor Joshua Jeffers, a History Ph.D. candidate and instructor at Purdue University, authored an important study of the Doctrine of Christian Discovery, published in the Maryland Historical Magazine (Spring 2013)....

3/20/14
Peter d'Errico

"Appropriateness" was a theme at the 12th Session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, May 20 to 31....

6/8/13
Peter d'Errico

The latest bad news about Indian reservations is getting worse; but there is a silver lining....

8/7/12
Peter d'Errico

I learned this one night camping in Monument Valley: Dogs in the desert fight about food even when there is enough to go around. The first dog gets a scrap. A second arrives, and a third; each gets a scrap. A fourth and fifth, too....

7/27/12
Peter d'Errico

The U.S. Supreme Court recently bolstered a citizen's right to privacy from police surveillance in the digital age, in the case of United States v. Antoine Jones....

2/3/12
10/12/11
Peter d'Errico

The ugly face of the 1955 U.S. Supreme Court decision in ...

9/7/11
Steven T. Newcomb

For many thousands of years, our indigenous ancestors lived free and independent of Christian European domination....

7/19/11
Steven T. Newcomb

Words have a history. Words from the past have the ability to colonize the present. Words shape and create reality....

6/15/11
Peter d'Errico

Michael Anderson is leader of the Euahlayi People, a 3,000 strong Aboriginal Nation and convener of the New Way Sovereignty Summit on the status and place of Aboriginal peoples in contemporary Australia and beyond....

5/24/11

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