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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
A tale of two moneys: tips and wages in two Portuguese casinos2020 Anuário antropológico (Rio) 45 (3): 264-86
  • João Gomes
H6 [ANUARIO-]2357-738XEnglish summary
Economic sovereignty in volatile times: Eastern Band Cherokee Indians' strategies for supporting economic stability2019 Research in economic anthropology 38: 175-98
  • Courtney Lewis
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]0190-1281in thematic issue 'Individual and social adaptations to human vulnerability'
From gaming tojustice? A note on the effect of American Indian casinos on tribal judicial systems2019 Native American and indigenous studies 6 (2): 32-42
  • Peter Grajzl
  • Randall Akee
  • Richard M. Todd
  • Valentina Dimitrova-Grajzl
From Locke to slots: money and the politics of indigeneity2018 Comparative studies in society and history 60 (2): 274-307
  • Jessica R. Cattelino
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
Self-fashioning exceptionality: flexible workers in Singapore's casino resorts2017 Asian anthropology 16 (1): 4-19
  • Brenda S. A. Yeoh
  • Juan Zhang
  • Kamalini Ramdas
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478Xin special section on mobilities and exceptional spaces in Asia
Asserting tribal sovereignty through compact negotiations. A case study from the Coushatta tribe of Louisiana2017 American Indian quarterly 41 (1): 67-92
  • Jay Precht
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Ethnic consciousness in cultural survival: the Morongo Band of Mission Indians and the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas2017 American Indian culture and research journal 41 (1): 47-72
  • Elisabeth A. Mager
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
Ethnic consciousness in cultural survival: the Morongo Band of Mission Indians and the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas2017 American Indian culture and research journal 41 (1): 47-72
  • Elisabeth A. Mager
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
Corsicans in Gabon. Identical reorganizations of a regional community in situation of expatriation2016 Cahiers d'études africaines 56 (1-2): 287-315
  • Vanina Profizi
H6/KY [CAHIERS-]0008-0055in thematic issue 'Mobilités et migrations européennes en (post) colonies'; English summary
The legal regimenting of tribal wealth: how federal courts and agencies seek to normalize tribal govermental revenue and capital2016 American Indian culture and research journal 40 (2): 1-29
  • David Kamper
  • Katherine A. Spilde
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
Mongla and the borderland politics of Myanmar2016 Asian anthropology 15 (2): 152-68
  • Tharaphi Than
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478Xin special issue 'Borderlands in Asia: emergent conditions and relations'
The development of a gaming enterprise for the Navajo nation2016 American Indian quarterly 40 (4): 295-332
  • Susan Fae Carder
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Bingo: winning and losing in the discourses of problem gambling2015 Anthropologica (New Series) 57 (2): 525-37
  • Jo-Anne Fiske
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459French summary
The results of on-reserve casinos as sources of Aboriginal economic development: helpful intentions with devastating drawbacks2013 Canadian journal of native studies 33 (1): 17-25
  • Michelle Durell
*H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]0715-3244French summary
A comparative analysis of Indian gaming in the United States2012 American Indian quarterly 36 (1): 50-74
  • Rick L. Bunch
  • William V. Ackerman
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Fire rock: Navajo prohibitions against gambling2012 Ethnohistory 59 (3): 515-40
  • Maureen T. Schwartz
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Los juegos de azar como problema emergente en la investigación social en México: balance preliminar de perspectivas2011 Temas antropológicos 33 (2): 35-72
  • José Fuentes Gómez
  • Rebelín Echeverría Echeverría
  • Teresita Castillo León
H6/KUL [YUCATAN-]1405-843XEnglish summary
The sharing tradition. Indian gaming in stories and modern life2011 Wicazo Sa review 25 (1): 75-86
  • Eileen M. Luna-Firebaugh
  • Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
The growth of the Native American gaming industry: hat has the past provided, and what does the future hold?2010 American Indian quarterly 34 (3): 365-89
  • James I. Schaap
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Indian gaming in South Dakota: conflict in public policy2009 American Indian quarterly 33 (2): 253-79
  • William V. Ackerman
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Advocating for smoke-free California casinos in a "good way"2008/2009 News from native California 22 (2): 21-3
  • Kurt Schweigman
  • Liz Lara-O'Rourke
*H6/KUB [NEWS-]1040-5437
Learning from Foxwoods: visualizing the Mashantucket Pequot tribal nation2008 American Indian quarterly 32 (2): 204-18
  • Bill Anthes
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Native American tribal gaming as crime against nature: environment, sovereignty, globalization2006 Polar: political and legal anthropology review 29 (1): 110-31
  • Richard Warren Perry
H6/KF [APLA-]1081-6976in thematic issue 'Environment, globalization, sovereignty'
Las Vegas in Africa2005 Journal of social archaeology 5 (1): 5-24
  • Martin Hall
  • Pia Bombardella
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1469-6053
Gaming legislation and land divestiture negotiations2005 News from native California 19 (2): 21-3
  • MIchael Pfeffer
*H6/KUB [NEWS-]1040-5437
All that glitters... The rise of American Indian tribes in state political behavior2005 American Indian culture and research journal 29 (4): 45-58
  • Kenneth Hansen
  • Rich Engstrom
  • Tracy A. Skopek
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
Recognition2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 133-61
  • Joanne Barker
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Tribal gaming and indigenous sovereignty, with notes from Seminole country2005 Indigenous nations studies journal 46 (3-4): 187-204
  • Jessica R. Cattelino
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]in special issue 'Indigeneity at the crossroads of American Studies'
Compulsive gambling, diagrammatic reasoning, and spacing out2004 Public culture 16 (2): 265-88
  • James Rizzo
0899-2363
Social and economic consequences of Indian gaming in Oklahoma2004 American Indian culture and research journal 28 (2): 97-129
  • Jonathan B. Taylor
  • Katherine A. Spilde
  • Kenneth W. Grant II
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
Gaming and displacement: winners and losers in American Indian casino development2003 International social science journal 175: 4, 123-33
  • Angela A. Gonzales
0020-8701in thematic issue 'Moving targets'
Imagining the nation with house odds: representing American Indian identity at Mashantucket2003 Ethnohistory 50 (3): 549-565
  • John J. Bodinger de Uriarte
0014-1801in thematic issue 'Native peoples and tourism'; with introduction by Larry Nesper, 415-17
An emergent protagonism: the promise and the peril of Indian gaming2003 Native Americas 20 (4): 34-43
  • Dave Palermo
  • Michael Lombardi
H6/KUB 'NORTHEAST-'1092-3527
Islands of freedom: dreaming of diversified economies2003 Native Americas 20 (4): 44-51
  • Jim Adams
H6/KUB 'NORTHEAST-'1092-3527
A record of accomplishment: Native economies a boon to California2003 Native Americas 20 (4): 52-3
  • Anthony Miranda
  • Maurice Lyons
H6/KUB 'NORTHEAST-'1092-3527
Ramona redeemed? The rise of tribal political power in California2002 Wicazo Sa review 17 (1): 43-63
  • Carole Goldberg
  • Duane Champagne
0794-6427in special issue 'Sovereignty and governance'
Indian gaming, tribal sovereignty, and American Indian tribes as complex adaptive systems2001 American Indian culture and research journal 25 (3): 143-59
  • Nicholas C. Peroff
0161-6463
Gaming's flush: high stakes in Indian country2001 Native Americas 18 (3/4): 18-27
  • Jim Adams
1092-3527
Betting on gaming: New York turns to Indian sovereignty as economic rotor2001 Native Americas 18 (3/4): 28-31
  • Bruce E. Johansen
1092-3527
Politics on the boundaries: the post-colonial politics of indigenous people2000 Indigenous nations studies journal 1 (2): 73-94
  • Kevin Bruyneel
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Indigenous gaming: economic resources for social policy development in First Nations country2000 Indigenous nations studies journal 1 (2): 95-110
  • Venida S. Chenault
H6/KF [INDIGENOUS-]
Notes sur la production d'un loisir pas convenable1997 Tsantsa 2: 129-32
  • Claudia Dubuis
The Navajo gaming referendum: reservations about casinos lead to popular rejection of legalized gambling1997 Human organization 56 (3): 294-301
  • Eric Henderson