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Morning Star rises: peace, power, and righteousness in the face of colonization2018 Wicazo Sa review 33 (1): 5-37
  • Leo Killsback
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
The transformational indigenous praxis model: stages for developing critical consciousness in indigenous education2018 Wicazo Sa review 33 (1): 38-69
  • Anna Lees
  • Cornel D. Pewewardy
  • Hyuny Clark-Shim
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Tar Creek: the Quapaw tribe, the EPA, and tribal self-determination, 1980-20102018 Wicazo Sa review 33 (1): 38-69
  • Raymond Anthony Nolan
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Second-generation Navajo relocatees: coping with land loss, cultural dispossession, and displacement2018 Wicazo Sa review 33 (1): 87-116
  • Arests Tsosoe-Paddock
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Introduction: brothers and sisters in arms2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (1): 5-8
  • Noah Riseman
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue derived from the conference 'Brothers and sisters in arms: historicising indigenous military service'
"Whoever makes war upon the Rees will be considered making war upon the 'Great Father'": Sahnish military service on the northern Great Plains, 1865-18812017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (1): 9-28
  • Mark de Logt
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue derived from the conference 'Brothers and sisters in arms: historicising indigenous military service'
Pleading patriots and malleable memories: the South African Cape Corpus during the First World War (1914-1918) and its twentieth-century legacy2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (1): 29-47
  • Albert Grundlingh
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue derived from the conference 'Brothers and sisters in arms: historicising indigenous military service'
On the political "warpath": Native Americans and Australian Aborigines after the First World War2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (1): 48-62
  • John Maynard
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue derived from the conference 'Brothers and sisters in arms: historicising indigenous military service'
Veterans' benefits and indigenous veterans of the Second World War in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (1): 63-79
  • R. Scott Sheffield
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue derived from the conference 'Brothers and sisters in arms: historicising indigenous military service'
Evolving commemorations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander military service2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (1): 80-101
  • Noah Riseman
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue derived from the conference 'Brothers and sisters in arms: historicising indigenous military service'
Māori as "warriors" and "locals" in the private military industry2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (1): 102-17
  • Maria Bargh
  • Quentin Whanau
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue derived from the conference 'Brothers and sisters in arms: historicising indigenous military service'
Strong hearts, wounded souls revisited: the research, the findings, and some observations of recent Native veteran readjustment2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (1): 118-28
  • Tom Holm
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue derived from the conference 'Brothers and sisters in arms: historicising indigenous military service'
One flea-bitten gray horse: women, horses, and economy on the Yakama reservation2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (2): 5-29
  • Clifford E. Trafzer
  • T. Robert Przeklasa
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
American Indian/Native American studies and the American Indian education experience2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (2): 30-45
  • John W. Tippeconnic III
  • Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Following the green path: honor the earth and presentations of Anishinaabe indigeneity2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (2): 46-69
  • Nicholas G. Cragoe
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Our stolen grandmother: the entanglement of slavery and colonization in Anna Lee Walters's Ghost singer2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (2): 70-90
  • Reid Gómez
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Advocacy and indigenous resistance: the ongoing assault against indigenous sovereignty, community, and land2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (2): 91-105
  • Elise Boxer
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Indigenous activism: our resistance, our revitalization, our indigenous Native Studies: and our healing within our indigenous context (or from Alcatraz 1969 to Standing Rock 2017. Or perhaps - truth be told - liars, killers, thieves invaded Sacred Stone camp)2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (2): 106-14
  • Simon J. Ortiz
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Fighting for our lives: #NoDAPL in historical context2017 Wicazo Sa review 32 (2): 115-22
  • Nick Estes
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Honoring the legacy of Elizabeth Cook-Lynn2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (1): 5-8
  • James Riding In
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in thematic issue 'Essentializing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn'
Guest editors' introduction2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (1): 9-26
  • Melanie K. Yazzie
  • Nick Estes
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in thematic issue 'Essentializing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn'
"There are no two sides to this story": an interview with Elizabeth Cook-Lynn2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (1): 27-45
  • Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
  • Nick Estes interv
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in thematic issue 'Essentializing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn'
"God made me an Indian": who made Native Studies?2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (1): 46-63
  • Edward Valandra
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in thematic issue 'Essentializing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn'
"Words have consequences": reconstructing and implementing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn's nation-centered literary theory2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (1): 64-74
  • Sarah Hernandez
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in thematic issue 'Essentializing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn'
Still waiting for the "post" to arrive: Elizabeth Cook-Lynn and the imponderables of American Indian postcoloniality2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (1): 75-89
  • Jodi A. Byrd
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in thematic issue 'Essentializing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn'
The new Native intellectualism: #ElizabethCook-Lynn, social media movements, and the millennial Native American Studies scholar2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (1): 90-110
  • Cutcha Risling Baldy
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in thematic issue 'Essentializing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn'
"No explanation, no resolution, and no answers": border town violence and Navajo resistance to settler colonialism2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (1): 111-31
  • Jennifer Nez Denetdale
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in thematic issue 'Essentializing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn'
Who stole Native American Studies II: the need for an AIS redux in an age of redskin debate and debacle2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (1): 132-44
  • Richard Meyers
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in thematic issue 'Essentializing Elizabeth Cook-Lynn'
American Indian Studies/Native American Studies in a twenty-first century world: practices and opportunities2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (2): 5-12
  • Lloyd L. Lee
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
The invisible epidemic: suicide and accidental death among the Yakama Indian people, 1911-19642016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (2): 13-55
  • Clifford E. Traffzer
  • Todd C. Luce
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
"My culture is not a costume": the influence of stereotypes on children in middle childhood2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (2): 56-68
  • Kishan Lara-Cooper
  • Sammy Cooper
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
"2,229": John Joseph Mathews, the Osage Tribal Museum, and the emergence of an indigenous museum model2016 Wicazo Sa review 31 (2): 69-93
  • Majel Boxer
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Should trees have legal standing in Indian country?2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (1): 7-28
  • Steve Pavlik
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Transgresive adoptions: Dakota prisoners' resistances to state domination following the 1862 U.S.-Dakota war2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (1): 29-56
  • Christopher J. Pexa
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Centering indigenous nations within indigenous methodologies2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (1): 57-81
  • Duane Champagne
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
American Indian female leadership2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (1): 82-99
  • Caroline Williams
  • Eileen M. Luna-Firebaugh
  • Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Of subjection and sovereignty: Alaska Native corporations and tribal governments in the twenty-first century2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (1): 100-17
  • Thomas Michael Swensen
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
The divided Yoeme (Yaqui) people2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (2): 5-27
  • Christina Leza
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
"This is the nation's heart-string". Formal education and the Cherokee diaspora during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (2): 28-55
  • Gregory D. Smithers
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Outside the rules: invisible American Indians in New York State2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (2): 56-76
  • Richard A. Rose
  • Samuel Rose
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
The decolonized quadruple bottom line. A framework for developing indigenous innovation2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (2): 77-99
  • Fonda Walters
  • John Takamura
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Appeals to civilization and customary "forest diplomacy". Arguments against removal in letters written by the Iroquois, 1830-18572015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (2): 100-28
  • Claudia B. Haake
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
"No general use can ever be made of the wrecks of my loss". A reconquered history of the Indian vocabularies collected on the Lewis and Clark expedition2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (2): 129-39
  • Megan Snyder-Camp
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Twentieth-century American Indian political dissent and Russell Means2014 Wicazo Sa review 29 (1): 14-18
  • Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue 'A tribute to Russell Means'
The life and legacy of an Oglala Lakotah patriot: Russell Charles Means2014 Wicazo Sa review 29 (1): 19-28
  • Manuel F. Pino
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue 'A tribute to Russell Means'
Russell Means interview: November 30, 2011 Mesa Community College, Mesa, Arizona2014 Wicazo Sa review 29 (1): 47-57
  • Russell Means
  • W. Patrick Kincaid interv
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427in special issue 'A tribute to Russell Means'
Decolonizing the master narrative: treaties and other American myths2014 Wicazo Sa review 29 (1): 58-76
  • Donna L. Akers
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Tribally based suicide prevention programs: a review of current approaches2014 Wicazo Sa review 29 (1): 77-99
  • Puneet Chawla Sahota
  • Sarah Kastelic
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Keeping it real. Simon Ortiz resists "The San Francisco Indians"2014 Wicazo Sa review 29 (2): 5-24
  • Jane Haladay
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Diné political leadership development on the path of sustainability and building the Navajo nation2014 Wicazo Sa review 29 (2): 25-38
  • Lloyd L. Lee
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427