Tag: indigenous studies
Dartmouth nearly had a Native as Dean of Faculty, but discrimination caused Native American Studies professor Bruce Duthu to reconsider.
The rhetoric of "self-government" for Native nations requires careful analysis. On the surface it looks appealing but beneath the glitter lies dangers.
In the Pacific Northwest they fight for their treaty rights, the environment and to maintain a sovereign nation, they are the Quinault Nation.
Tanya H. Lee
Pearl Kiyawn Brower, president of Iḷisaġvik College, contends with running a tribal college on the North Slope of Alaska—which can mean polar bears and dealing with older facilities.
Tanya H. Lee
A group of American Indian college professors weigh in on the controversy over the revision of the AP U.S. History exam and accompanying curriculum.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Today, indigenous women of all ages continue to stand for great virtues, courage, & strength. After centuries of colonization, erasure, & devaluation.
Kyle T. Mays Ph.D
The author opines on Baldwin’s rhetoric and Peck’s use of images in this provocative documentary and its reliance on the history of indigenous genocide.
Sen. John Hoeven is the new chairman for the SCIA but his words for Indian country are hollow as he serves as the new fossil fuel gatekeeper.
This election season has been difficult on relationships, and the outcome will be dangerous for Native Americans.
Apache Chronicles: the Art of Douglas Miles at Columbia University
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