Wicazo Sa Review

Association for American Indian Research

Wicazo Sa Review
Editor: Lloyd L. Lee, Editor
The essential source for new thought in Native American studies.

Wicazo Sa Review Journal Call for Articles

Wicazo Sa Review is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the mission of assisting Indigenous peoples of the Americas in taking possession of their own intellectual and creative pursuits. During the past two decades, Native American/American Indian Studies has emerged as a central arena in which Indigenous populations in the United States define the cultural, religious, legal and historical parameters of scholarship and creativity essential to the ongoing process of decolonization and to survival in the modern world. Founded in 1985, Wicazo Sa Review is a journal in support of this particular type of scholarship, providing inquiries into the Indian past and its relationship to the vital present.

This is a Call for Article submissions. The journal is seeking articles, essays, interviews, reviews, literary criticism, and scholarly research pertinent to a variety of themes of decolonization, Native American/American Indian Studies, and to the survival of Indigenous communities and peoples.

Editorial Inquires and Manuscripts

Manuscripts for submission and books for review should be addressed to:

Lloyd L. Lee

Wicazo Sa Review

Native American Studies

Mesa Vista Hall 3080

MSC06 3740

1 University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM 87131

Manuscripts should be submitted double-spaced throughout, have numbered endnotes and be prepared in conformity with The Chicago Manual of Style 17th Edition, and emailed to triplel@unm.edu.

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  • Volume 8 - Issue 2 Contents Purchase This Issue

    Table of Contents, Volume 8 - Issue 2

    Swallow Dizziness, the Laughter of Carnival, and Kateri by David Kozak Religion and Ritual among the Tarahumara Indians of Northern Mexico
    Federal Indian Policy
    U.S. Citizenship: The American Policy to Extinguish the Principle of Lakota Political Consent by Edward C. Valandra The U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Peyote in Employment Division vs. Smith
    Literature/ Criticism
    Searching for Evidence of Colonialism at Work: A Reading of Louise Erdrich's Tracks
    Women's Studies
    Intermarriage and Assimilation: The Beginning or the End?
    The Way of Evil: Linda Hogan's Mean Spirit
    Black Eagle Child by Ray A. Young Bear
    The Disharmonic Convergence: Leslie Silko's Almanac of the Dead
    I See By My Get-up by Ron Querry
    The Art of Pandering: Dorris' and Erdrich's The Crown of Columbus
    Whither T-himdag
    The "Fry-Bread"