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Assimilation, Integration and Colonization
The expression “colonization” has gained a great amount of use in recent decades. At earlier times, peopled debated about assimilation and integration...
An Indigenous Friendly Nation State?
Most indigenous Peoples are willing to participate in national government institutions, but at the same time want to retain their own ways of self-government, land, and cultural or...
Culture Zones and Indigenous Identity
American Indians and other Indigenous Peoples are often classified as living within culture zones...
Host Nations and American Indian Studies: Respecting Indigenous Peoples
One of the rules observed by indigenous nations is that land is mutually recognized and respected...
Subjects, Christians and Citizens: Paying the Cost of Colonization
When did colonialism start? How can we recognize it into the present? According to international law, colonialism started when explorers claimed the land for a Christian king...
New Agers and Pan-Indians: What Is the Difference?
What is the difference between a New Ager and a Pan-Indian? This issue may become increasingly important for the future of Indian affairs in the U.S., and perhaps other places...
Rules of Government: Indigenous Peoples and Nation States Disagree
Indigenous Peoples want contemporary nation states to be organized along principles that make sense to them under indigenous rules of political process...
Increasing Indigenous Diversity: Classifying Is Oversimplifying
A major trend for modernizing nation states is to homogenize the cultures, governments, and communities of indigenous nations...
Respecting All Nations and Sustaining Cultures
Indigenous Peoples don’t resist they persist. Indigenous nations seek to preserve land, self-government, cultural community, and identity...
Returning the Ancient One
The Ancient One, known to archaeologists and the public as Kennewick Man, has been the focus of controversy between archaeologists and American Indian tribes...
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