American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 36, No. 2 (2012)
- Native Americans in Cold War Public Diplomacy: Indian Politics, American History, and the US Information Agency by Andrew Denson
- Life on the Hardened Border by Granville Miller
- Beyond Justice: What Makes an Indigenous Justice Organization? By Marianne O. Nielsen and Samantha Brown
- Cartographic Encounters at the Bureau of Indian Affairs Geographic Information System Center of Calculation by Mark H. Palmer
- Circles, Trees, and Bears: Symbols of the Power of the Weenuche Ute by Robert S. McPherson
- Canoe Journeys and Cultural Revival by Bruce E. Johansen
- Playground Notes
- Daddy’s Women
- Stem Water by Tacey M. Atsitty
- Trouble Shooting
- One’s Own
- A Structure in Parts by Bojan Louis
- Aleut Identities: Tradition and Modernity in an Indigenous Fishery. By Katherine L. Reedy-Maschner. Reviewed by David Arnold
- The Assassination of Hole in the Day. By Anton Treuer. Reviewed by Gregory Gagnon
- Bridging the Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology into the 21st Century. Edited by Caroline Phillips and Harry Allen. Reviewed by William B. Fawcett Jr.
- The Brothertown Nation of Indians: Land Ownership and Nationalism in Early America, 1740–1840. By Brad D. E. Jarvis. Reviewed by Shirley W. Dunn
- From Cochise to Geronimo: The Chiricahua Apaches 1874–1886. By Edwin R. Sweeney. Reviewed by H. Henrietta Stockel
- Colonial Georgia and the Creeks: Anglo-Indian Diplomacy on the Southern Frontier, 1733–1763. By John T. Juricek. Reviewed by Robbie Ethridge
- Cultural Heritage Management: A Global Perspective. Edited by Phyllis Mauch Messenger and George S. Smith. Reviewed by Gregory R. Campbell
- Defying the Odds: The Tule River Tribe’s Struggle for Sovereignty in Three Centuries. By Gelya Frank and Carole Goldberg. Reviewed by Stephen V. Quesenberry
- A Doctor among the Oglala Sioux Tribe: The Letters of Robert H. Ruby, 1953–1954. By Robert H. Ruby. Edited and with an introduction by Cary C. Collins and Charles V. Mutschler. Reviewed by Ann Metcalf
- For Every Indio Who Falls: A History of Maya Activism in Guatemala, 1960–1990. By Betsy Konefal. Reviewed by David Carey Jr.
- Getting Good Crops: Economic and Diplomatic Survival Strategies of the Montana Bitterroot Salish Indians, 1870–1891. By Robert J. Bigart. Reviewed by Jaakko Puisto
- Indigenous Screen Cultures in Canada. Edited by Sigurjón Baldur Hafsteinsson and Marian Bredin. Reviewed by Jennifer L. Gauthier
- Indigenous Symbols and Practices in the Catholic Church: Visual Culture, Missionization, and Appropriation. Edited by Kathleen J. Martin. Reviewed by Suzanne Crawford O’Brien
- Lessons from a Quechua Strongwoman: Ideophony, Dialogue, and Perspective. By Janis B. Nuckolls. Reviewed by Linda J. Reed-Jerofke
- The Magic Children: Racial Identity at the End of the Age of Race. By Roger Echo-Hawk. Reviewed by Robert Keith Collins
- Native American Son: The Life and Sporting Legend of Jim Thorpe. By Kate Buford. Reviewed by Robert Reising
- The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma: A Legal History. By L. Susan Work. Foreword by Lindsay G. Robertson. Reviewed by Donald L. Fixico
- Spirits of Earth: The Effigy Mound Landscape of Madison and the Four Lakes. By Robert A. Birmingham. Reviewed by Kathleen Tigerman
- Unknown Huichol: Shamans and Immortals, Allies against Chaos. By Jay Courtney Fikes. Reviewed by Bruce E. Johansen
- Urban Indians in Phoenix Schools, 1940–2000. By Stephen Kent Amerman. Reviewed by Christie Poitra
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