NAISA: Geography

Virtual presence for attendees and those interested in the 2022 gatherings of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association. Books on sale, University of Minnesota Press information, and more.

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA PRESS: 40% OFF BOOKS

All books below are 40% off using code MN89380. Code expires August 1, 2022.

BROWSE BOOKS:

ANTHROPOLOGY     //     CHILDREN'S LITERATURE     //     CINEMA AND MEDIA

EDUCATION     //     ENVIRONMENT     //     GEOGRAPHY

GLBT AND GENDER     //     HISTORY     //     LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES

LITERATURE AND POETRY     //     LITERARY CRITICISM     //     POLITICAL SCIENCE

POSTCOLONIAL STUDIES     //     SOCIOLOGY     //     RELIGION

THEORY     //     WOMEN'S STUDIES

BACK TO ALL BOOKS ON SALE

Pipeline Populism: Grassroots Environmentalism in the Twenty-First Century Pipeline Populism Grassroots Environmentalism in the Twenty-First Century Kai Bosworth 2022 Spring
How contemporary environmental struggles and resistance to pipeline development became populist struggles
Justice at Work: The Rise of Economic and Racial Justice Coalitions in Cities Justice at Work The Rise of Economic and Racial Justice Coalitions in Cities Marc Doussard and Greg Schrock 2022 Spring
A pathbreaking look at how progressive policy change for economic justice has swept U.S. cities
Settler Colonial City: Racism and Inequity in Postwar Minneapolis Settler Colonial City Racism and Inequity in Postwar Minneapolis David Hugill 2021 Fall
Revealing the enduring link between settler colonization and the making of modern Minneapolis
Fair Trade Rebels: Coffee Production and Struggles for Autonomy in Chiapas Fair Trade Rebels Coffee Production and Struggles for Autonomy in Chiapas Lindsay Naylor 2019 Fall
Reassessing interpretations of development with a new approach to fair trade
A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None Kathryn Yusoff 2019 Spring
Rewriting the “origin stories” of the Anthropocene
Being Together in Place: Indigenous Coexistence in a More Than Human World Being Together in Place Indigenous Coexistence in a More Than Human World Soren C. Larsen and Jay T. Johnson 2017 Fall
How place summons Native and non-Native people into dialogue to take up the challenging work of coexistence with each other and the nonhuman world
Grounded Authority: The Algonquins of Barriere Lake against the State Grounded Authority The Algonquins of Barriere Lake against the State Shiri Pasternak 2017 Spring
A rare, in-depth critique of federal land claims policy in Canada
California Mission Landscapes: Race, Memory, and the Politics of Heritage California Mission Landscapes Race, Memory, and the Politics of Heritage Elizabeth Kryder-Reid 2016 Fall
How iconic American places cultivate and conceal contested pasts
The World and All the Things upon It: Native Hawaiian Geographies of Exploration The World and All the Things upon It Native Hawaiian Geographies of Exploration David A. Chang 2016 Spring
Centering indigenous perspectives on the age of exploration
Wastelanding: Legacies of Uranium Mining in Navajo Country Wastelanding Legacies of Uranium Mining in Navajo Country Traci Brynne Voyles 2015 Spring
What is “wasteland,” and who gets to decide?
Mark My Words: Native Women Mapping Our Nations Mark My Words Native Women Mapping Our Nations Mishuana Goeman 2013 Spring
Examining the role of twentieth-century Native women’s literature in remapping settler geographies
A Return to Servitude: Maya Migration and the Tourist Trade in Cancún A Return to Servitude Maya Migration and the Tourist Trade in Cancún M. Bianet Castellanos 2010 Fall
Tourism, consumption, migration, and the Maya in Cancún
The Common Pot: The Recovery of Native Space in the Northeast The Common Pot The Recovery of Native Space in the Northeast Lisa Brooks 2008 Fall
Illuminates the significance of writing to colonial-era Native American resistance