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American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 34, No. 2 (2010)
New Interpretations of Native Cultural Preservation, Revitalization, and Persistence
Articles (click on the links below to view abstracts)
- Introduction: Native Studies and Native Cultural Preservation, Revitalization, and Persistence by Robert Alexander Innes
- Some Elements of American Indian Pedagogy from an Anishinaabe Perspective by Lawrence W. Gross
- Elder Brother, the Law of the People, and Contemporary Kinship Practices of Cowessess First Nation Members: Reconceptualizing Kinship in American Indian Studies Research by Robert Alexander Innes
- A Reading of Eekwols "Apprentice to the Mystery" as an Expression of Cree Youths Cultural Role and Responsibility by Gail A. Mackay
- Is an Inuit Literary History Possible? by Keavy Martin
- Deni:s nisa sgao de?: Haudenosaunee Clans and the Reconstruction of Traditional Haudenosaunee Identity, Citizenship, and Nationhood by Theresa McCarthy
- In the Eyes of the Beholder: Understanding and Resolving Incompatible Ideologies and Languages in US Environmental and Cultural Laws in Relationship to Navajo Sacred Lands by Sharon Milholland
- Language, Epistemology, and Cultural Identity: "Hopiqatsit Aw Unangvakiwyungwa" ("They Have Their Heart in the Hopi Way of Life") by Sheilah E. Nicholas
- Respect, Responsibility, and Renewal: The Foundations of Anishinaabe Treaty Making with the United States and Canada by Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark
- All That Remains: Varieties of Indigenous Expression. By Arnold Krupat. Reviewed by John K. Donaldson
- Also Called Sacajawea: Chief Woman’s Stolen Identity. By Thomas H. Johnson with Helen S. Johnson. Reviewed by Selene G. Phillips
- Buffalo Inc.: American Indians and Economic Development. By Sebastian Felix Braun. Reviewed by David Kamper
- Celebration: Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian—Dancing on the Land. By Rosita Worl. Reviewed by Frederick White
- Fire Light: The Life of Angel De Cora, Winnebago Artist. By Linda M. Waggoner. Reviewed by Phoebe Farris
- The Indians of Iowa. By Lance M. Foster. Reviewed by Michael L. Tate
- Inkpaduta: Dakota Leader. By Paul N. Beck. Reviewed by Carolyn R. Anderson
- Iroquoian Archaeology and Analytic Scale. Edited by Laurie E. Miroff and Timothy D. Knapp. Reviewed by Jack Rossen
- Kenneth Milton Chapman: A Life Dedicated to Indian Arts and Artists. By Janet Chapman and Karen Barrie. Reviewed by Suzanne Newman Fricke
- Kennewick Man: Perspectives on the Ancient One. Edited by Heather Burke, Claire Smith, Dorothy Lippert, Joe Watkins, and Larry Zimmerman. Reviewed by Suzanne J. Crawford O’Brien
- The Monacan Indian Nation of Virginia: The Drums of Life. By Rosemary Clark Whitlock. Reviewed by Samuel R. Cook
- A Nation of Women: Gender and Colonial Encounters among the Delaware Indians. By Gunlög Fur. Reviewed by James J. Buss
- Native Activism in Cold War America: The Struggle for Sovereignty. By Daniel M. Cobb. Reviewed by Nicolas G. Rosenthal
- Native People of Southern New England, 1650–1775. By Kathleen J. Bragdon. Reviewed by James Cedric Woods
- A New Deal for Native Art: Indian Arts and Federal Policy, 1933–1943. By Jennifer McLerran. Reviewed by Nancy J. Parezo
- The Nez Perces in the Indian Territory: Nimiipuu Survival. By J. Diane Pearson. Reviewed by Kathleen A. Dahl
- Pushing the Bear: After the Trail of Tears. By Diane Glancy. Reviewed by Gloria Dyc
- Searching for Yellowstone: Race, Gender, Family, and Memory in the Postmodern West. By Norman K. Denzin. Reviewed by Michael Snyder
- Spain, Europe and the Wider World, 1500–1800. By J. H. Elliot. Reviewed by Michael M. Brescia
- The Texture of Contact: European and Indian Settler Communities on the Frontiers of Iroquoia, 1667–1783. By David L. Preston. Reviewed by Michael Leroy Oberg
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