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In and against the iImage of our ancestors: language, leadership, and sovereignty in the 2014 Navajo Nation Presidential Election controversy2021 American Indian quarterly 45 (1): 1-32
  • J. Jeffery Clark
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
War, wampum, and recognition: Algonquin transborder political activism during the early twentieth century, 1919–1932021 American Indian quarterly 45 (1): 56-79
  • Dennis Leo Fisher
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
In and against the image of our ancestors: language, leadership, and sovereignty in the 2014 Navajo Nation presidential election controversy2021 American Indian quarterly 45 (1): 1-32
  • J. Jeffery Clark
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Replaying colonialism: indigenous national sovereignty andits limits in strategic videogames2021 American Indian quarterly 45 (1): 33-55
  • Marc James Carpenter
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
War, wampum, and recognition: Algonquin transborder political activism during the early twentieth century, 1919–19312021 American Indian quarterly 45 (1): 56-79
  • Dennis Leo Fisher
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
"A very serious and perplexing grippe": the influenza of 1918 at the Haskell Institute2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (1): 1-35
  • Mikaëla M. Adams
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Re-membering Cherokee justice in Ruth Muskrat Bronson's "The Serpent"2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (1): 36-58
  • Alexander Cavanaugh
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
NAGPRA's politics of recognition: repatriation struggles of a terminated tribe2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (1): 58-85
  • Courtney Cottrell
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Cattle and sovereignty in the work of Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (1): 86-114
  • Kathryn Cornell Dolan
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Epistemic colonialism: is it possible to decolonize archaeology?2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 127-48
  • Katherine Hayes
  • Tsim D. Schneider
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xintroduction to special issue 'Epistemic colonialism'
Relationships and the creation of colonial landscapes in the eighteenth century fur trade2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 149-70
  • Amélie Allard
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Epistemic colonialism'
Bridging indigenous studies and archaeology through relationality?: Collaborative research on the Chignecto Peninsula, Mi'kma'ki2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 171-95
  • Alyssa Abram
  • Cynthia Martin
  • Mallory Moran
  • Michelle A. Lelièvre
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Epistemic colonialism'
An indigenous archive: documenting Comanche history through rock art2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 196-220
  • Lindsay M. Montgomery
  • Severin Fowles
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Epistemic colonialism'
Refusing settler epistemologies and maintaining an indigenous future for Tolay Lake, Sonoma County, California2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 221-42
  • Peter A. Nelson
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Epistemic colonialism'
Archaeology, historical ruptures, and Ani-Kitu Hwagi memory and knowledge2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 243-68
  • Johi D. Griffin
  • Kathryn Sampeck
  • Russell Townsend
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Epistemic colonialism'
Indian boarding schools tattooing experiences: resistance, power, and control through personal narratives2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (3): 279-301
  • Martina Michelle Dawley
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Tribal and local government agreements: negotiating mutually beneficial terms for consideration of services2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (3): 302-28
  • Rebecca Webster
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
“I would like to have this tribe represented”: Native performance and craft at Chicago's 1933 Century of Progress Exposition2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (3): 329-61
  • Abigail Markwyn
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Counting Carlisle's casualties: defining student death at the Carlisle Industrial School, 1879-19182020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 383-414
  • Frank Vitale IV
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Ceh’eȝteekuu!—Listen—This is Arapaho Land2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 415-33
  • Phineas Arthur Kelly
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
“Caring for our affairs ourselves”: Stockbridge Mohican women and Indian education in early America2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 434-76
  • Kallie M. Kosc
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
“We need new stories” trauma, storytelling, and the mapping of environmental injustice in Linda Hogan’s Solar Storms and Standing Rock2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (1): 1-35
  • Harrison Summer
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
“Poetry [Film] = Anger × Imagination”. Intermediality, the synthesis of poetry and film, and cross- cultural belonging in Sherman Alexie’s The Business of Fancydancing2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (1): 36-73
  • Sabine M. Meyer
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
An ethos of responsibility and indigenous women water protectors in the #NoDAPL movement2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (1): 74-100
  • Meredith Privott
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Girls breaking boundaries: acculturation and self-advocacy at Chemawa Indian School, 1900–1930s2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (1): 101-32
  • Rebecca Wellington
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
How Grandma Kate lost her Cherokee blood and what this says about race, blood, and belonging in Indian Country2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (2): 136-67
  • Michael Lambert
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
The buffalo, the chickadee, and the eagle: a multispecies textual history of Plenty Coups' multivocal autobiography2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (2): 168-203
  • Jasmine Spencer
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
"They grow as speakers, as leaders": a case study of experiential leadership in the Miss World Eskimo-Indian olympics pageant2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (2): 204-35
  • Caroline Williams
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Who lies buried in Satanta's tomb? Co-memorating a Kiowa warrior2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (3): 249-80
  • Drew Lopenzina
  • Travis Franks
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Surveying American Indians with opt-in interview surveys2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (3): 281-305
  • Ben Pryor
  • James A. Davis
  • Jeanette Morehouse Mendez
  • Rebekah Herrick
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Can capitalism be decolonized? Recentering indigenous peoples, values, and ways of life in the Canadian art market2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (3): 306-38
  • Solen Roth
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Ironic confrontation as a mode of resistance: the homeland security T-shirt at the Dakota Access Pipeline protests2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (3): 339-64
  • Cortney Smith
Settled memories on stolen land: settler mythology at Canada's National Holocaust Monument2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (4): 379-407
  • Jason Chalmers
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Confronting cannabis: legalization on Native nation lands and the impacts of differential federal enforcement2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (4): 408-38
  • Courtney Lewis
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Bound for the fair: Chief Joseph, Quanah Parker, and Geronimo and the 1904 St. Louis World Fair2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (4): 439-70
  • James R. Swensen
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
"Guardians of the Indian image": controlling representations of indigenous cultures in television2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (1): 1-42
  • Monica L. Butler
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
The Kootenai War of '742018 American Indian quarterly 42 (1): 43-86
  • Ian Chambers
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Native nation building: the long emergence of the Oneida Nation Judiciary2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (1): 87-116
  • Larry Nesper
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Monique Verdin's Louisiana love: an interview2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (1): 117-33
  • Kirstin L. Squint interv
  • Monique Verdin
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Communing with the dead: the "new Métis," Métis identity appropriation, and the displacement of living Métis culture2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (2): 162-90
  • Adam Gaudry
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
All my relations: an inquiry into a spirit of a Native American philosophy of business2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (2): 121-214
  • Joseph Gladstone
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Craig Carpenter and the neo-Indians of LONAI2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (2): 215-45
  • Brian D. Haley
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Inspiration for museum collections: an exhibit as a case study in building relationships between museums and indigenous artists2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (2): 246-70
  • Gwendolyn Saul
  • Ruth Jolie
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Feeding the tribe: the role of soft infrastructure in address the root problems of the Navajo Nation San Juan River irrigation system2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (3): 306-28
  • Constance L. Falk
  • Tracy D. Raymond
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Fighting isolation: how four Native women created change at UNC-Chapel Hill2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (3): 344-74
  • Brian Peters
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
The mentoring of Miss Deloria: poetics, politics, and the test of tradition2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (3): 281-305
  • Sarah L. Bonnie
  • Susan H. Krook
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
The midnight rider: the EPA and tribal self-determination2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (3): 329-43
  • Raymond Nolan
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Toward a Native archive: Chicago's relocation photos, Indian labor, and indigenous public text2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (3): 375-410
  • Megan Tusler
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Hostile nations: quantifying the destruction of the Sullivan-Clinton genocide of 17792018 American Indian quarterly 42 (4): 427-53
  • Rhiannon Koehler
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
A "labyrinth of uncertainties": Penobscot River islands, land assignments, and indigenous women proprietors in nineteenth-century Maine2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (4): 454-87
  • Michah A. Pawling
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X