American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 34, No. 4 (2010) 

Articles (click on the links below to view abstracts)



  • Archaeologies of Placemaking: Monuments, Memories, and
    Engagement in Native North America. Edited by Patricia E.
    Rubertone. Reviewed by Jennifer McLerran
  • Aurora Crossing: A Novel of the Nez Perces. By Karl H. Schlesier. Reviewed by Louise Cummings Maynor
  • B Street: The Notorious Playground of Coulee Dam. By Lawney L.
    Reyes. Reviewed by Lee Schweninger
  • Copper Mines, Company Towns, Indians, Mexicans, Mormons,
    Masons, Jews, Muslims, Gays, Wombs, McDonalds, and the March
    of Dimes: “Survival of the Fittest” in and Far beyond the Deserts of
    Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. By Larry R. Stucki. Reviewed by Linda M. Gerber
  • Everything You Know about Indians Is Wrong. By Paul Chaat Smith. Reviewed by John J. Bodinger De Uriarte
  • Humor in Contemporary Native North American Literature: Reimagining Nativeness. By Eva Gruber. Reviewed by Elizabeth McNeil
  • In Beauty I Walk: The Literary Roots of Native American Writing. Edited by Jarold Ramsey and Lori Burlingame. Reviewed by Aydé Enríquez-Loya
  • The Indian Who Bombed Berlin and Other Stories. By Ralph J. Salisbury. Reviewed by Kenneth M. Roemer
  • John Beargrease: Legend of Minnesota’s North Shore. By Daniel Lancaster. Reviewed by Linda LeGarde Grover
  • Listening to the Land: Native American Literary Responses to the Landscape. By Lee Schweninger. Reviewed by Robert M. Nelson
  • Lost Creeks: Collected Journals. By Alexander Posey. Reviewed by Kirby Brown
  • Simon J. Ortiz: A Poetic Legacy of Indigenous Continuance. Edited by Susan Berry Brill de Ramírez and Evelina Zuni Lucero. Reviewed by Delilah Orr
  • Song of the Oktahutche: Collected Poems. By Alexander Posey. Reviewed by Tol Foster
  • Spring Salmon, Hurry to Me! The Seasons of Native California. Edited by Margaret Dubin and Kim Hogeland. Reviewed by Christina Roberts
  • Studies in the Literary Achievement of Louise Erdrich, Native American Writer: Fifteen Critical Essays. Edited by Brajesh Sawhney.  Reviewed by Leah Sneider
  • This Is What They Say: Stories by François Mandeville. Translated from Chipewyan by Ron Scollon. Reviewed by Ron Welburn
  • The War in Words: Reading the Dakota Conflict through the Captivity Literature. By Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola. Reviewed by Theresa L. Gregor
  • Wild Men: Ishi and Kroeber in the Wilderness of Modern America. By Douglas Cazaux Sackman. Reviewed by 
    Marilyn Norcini
  • William Wayne Red Hat, Jr.: Cheyenne Keeper of the Arrows. By William Wayne Red Hat Jr. Reviewed by Gregory R. Campbell
  • Writing Indian, Native Conversations. By John Lloyd Purdy. Reviewed by Lee Schweninger

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