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Joanne Barker
Native Acts: Law, Recognition, and Cultural Authenticity
Duke University Press, August 2011
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Editor and introduction "For Whom Sovereignty Matters", Sovereignty Matters: Locations of Contestation and Possibility in Indigenous Struggles for Self-Determination.
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2005.
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The Promise of Poststrucruralist Sociology

Clayton Dumont
The Promise of Poststructuralist Sociology: Marginalized Peoples and the Problem of Knowledge
State University of New York Press (May 8, 2008)

"The Politics of Scientific Objections to NAGPRA" Wicazo Sa Review: A Native American Studies Journal [University of Minnesota Press] 18:1 (Spring 2003).
Available on-line through Project MUSE.

Joanne Barker and Clayton Dumont, "Contested Conversations: Presentations, Expectations, and Responsibility at the National Museum of the American Indian." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 30(2) 2006.

Obama and the biracial factor - The battle for a new American majority cover

Obama and the biracial factor - The battle for a new American majority cover


Andrew Jolivétte

Obama and the biracial factor - The battle for a new American majority
Obama and the Biracial Factor is the first book to explore the significance of mixed-race identity as a key factor in the election of President Obama and examines the sociological and political relationship between race, power, and public policy in the United States.

Cultural Representation in Native America Cover

Cultural Representation in Native America Cover

Editor and Introduction Cultural Representation in Native America. (Berkeley: AltaMira Press, July 2006.)

Louisiana Creoles Cover

Louisiana Creoles Cover

Louisiana Creoles: Cultural Recovery and Mixed Race Native American Identity. (Lanham: Lexington Books, January 2007.)

Editor "Examining the Regional and Multi-Generational Context of Creole and American Indian Identity" in Cultural Representation in Native America (Berkeley: AltaMira Press, 2006.)

"Migratory Movement: The Politics of Ethnic Community (Re) Construction Among Creoles of Color, 1920-1940" in the Ethnic Studies Review Winter 2005 Vol 28.2 (Tempe: National Association of Ethnic Studies).

American Indian Culture and Research Journal

American Indian Culture
and Research Journal

"A Report on the Health and Wellness of Multiracial Youth in the Bay Area

A Report on the Health and
Wellness of Multiracial
Youth in the Bay Area

"Displacement, Gentrification and the Politics of Conversion" in Hurricane Katrina, Un-Natural Disaster: Reflections and Prospects, edited by John Brown Childs. (Santa Cruz: The New Pacific Press, 2005).

Guest Editor, "Indigenous Landscapes Post-Katrina: Beyond Invisibility and Disaster. Volume 32 No. 2 2008, UCLA American Indian Culture and Research Journal.

Co-Author, "A Report on the Health and Wellness of Multiracial Youth in the Bay Area" Funded by the K & F Baxter Foundation, RIMI Program, and the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities, May 2008.


Melissa Nelson
Editor, Introduction, "Lighting the Sun of Our Future - How These Teachings Can Provide Illumination," and two chapters, "Re-Indigenizing Our Bodies and Minds With Native Foods," and "Mending the Split-Head Society With Trickster Consciousness," in Original Instructions: Indigenous Teachings For A Sustainable Future (Rochester: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company, 2008)

Salt Song DVD

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(forthcoming) 2008. "Rivers of Memory, Lakes of Survival: Native American Water Traditions and the Anishinaabeg Nation". In Deep Blue: Critical Reflections on Nature Religion and Water. Edited by Sylvie Shaw & Andrew Francis. Equinox Publishing, London, England.

(forthcoming) 2008. "More Than One Mask: The Context of NAGPRA for Museums and Tribes". Co-authored with primary author Edward M. Luby. The American Indian Culture and Research Journal, UCLA.

2006. "Ravens, Storms, and the Ecological Indian at the National Museum of the American Indian". Wicaso Sa Review, 21, no. 2. Project MUSE

“Oral Tradition, Identity, and Inter-generational Healing Through the Southern Paiute Salt Songs.” In Cultural Representation and Contestation in Native America. Edited by Andrew Jolivette (Berkeley: AltaMira Press, Forthcoming).

Salt Song DVD

Salt Song Trail DVD

Melissa Nelson and Philip Klasky
"The Salt Song Trail.”
News From Native California,
Vol. 18, No. 4, Summer 2005.

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