Series Editor: Robert Warrior
Native American scholars contribute significantly to many established disciplines, and Native American studies increasingly thrives and develops in the academy with innovative research and interdisciplinary studies. Indigenous Americas aims to create a new benchmark of excellence for publications in this field, pushing the traditional boundaries of Native American studies while recognizing its strengths and applications across the academy and society. Ranging from historical and literary studies, to legal and political research of critical interest to Native and non-Native communities, to dynamic commentaries on art history and culture, these books intervene in current Native dialogues and debates with fresh perspectives and comprehensive analysis and research.
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Books in this Series
The Fourth Eye Māori Media in Aotearoa New Zealand A comprehensive look at the complex relationship between Māori culture and the media
The Red Land to the South American Indian Writers and Indigenous Mexico Recovers an entire era as a major period in American Indian writing
Trans-Indigenous Methodologies for Global Native Literary Studies Uncovering the wealth of Indigenous self-representation through juxtaposition of genres, cultures, histories, and geographies
Everything You Know about Indians Is Wrong Forceful and eloquent essays on the American Indian in culture and history
X-Marks Native Signatures of Assent A provocative and deeply personal exploration of contemporary Indian identity, nationalism, and modernity
Firsting and Lasting Writing Indians out of Existence in New England Tracing the origins of the persistent myth of the vanishing Indian
Navajo Courts and Navajo Common Law A Tradition of Tribal Self-Governance The only book on the world’s largest tribal court system and Navajo common law
The Common Pot The Recovery of Native Space in the Northeast Illuminates the significance of writing to colonial-era Native American resistance
The Third Space of Sovereignty The Postcolonial Politics of U.S.–Indigenous Relations The struggle between indigenous resistance and American colonialism—within its own borders
Our Fire Survives the Storm A Cherokee Literary History Asserts the strength and diversity of Cherokee identity through its rich literary tradition
Bear Island The War at Sugar Point An award-winning Native American writer recounts the “last Indian war” in verse
Like a Loaded Weapon The Rehnquist Court, Indian Rights, and the Legal History of Racism in America Exposes the U.S. Supreme Court’s history of racism against American Indians
The People and the Word Reading Native Nonfiction Reveals the history and impact of Native American nonfiction writing
The Truth About Stories A Native Narrative Illuminates the relationship between storytelling and the Native North American experience
The White Possessive Property, Power, and Indigenous Sovereignty How whiteness operationalizes race to colonize and displace Indigenous sovereignty
Red Skin, White Masks Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition Fundamentally questions prevailing ideas of settler colonialization and Indigenous resistance
Inter/Nationalism Decolonizing Native America and Palestine Connecting the scholarship and activism of Indigenous America and Palestine
As We Have Always Done Indigenous Freedom through Radical Resistance How to build Indigenous resistance movements that refuse the destructive thinking of settler colonialism
The Queerness of Native American Literature A comprehensive view of Indigenous queer literature since Stonewall
Glen Coulthard receives The Frantz Fanon Award for Outstanding Book in Caribbean Thought Jan 20, 2016 "Red Skin, White Masks is a revolutionary work.”
Author Jean O'Brien selected to the Board of Trustees for the Cobell Education scholarship fund Jan 14, 2014
The Lone Ranger and the Toughest Movie Indian Jun 27, 2013 Paul Chaat Smith, author of "Everything You Know about Indians Is Wrong," weighs in.
Paul Chaat Smith - Comanche Jun 30, 2012 Contemporary North American Indigenous Artists (pub) interviews the author of EVERYTHING YOU KNOW ABOUT INDIANS IS WRONG.
Paul Chaat Smith and His Pal Irony Offer a Dose of Indian Reality Dec 11, 2011 Paul Chaat Smith, author of EVERYTHING YOU KNOW ABOUT INDIANS IS WRONG, reviewed in Indian Country Today Media Network.com.