The most recent issue of American Indian Culture and Research Journal was guest edited by Luana Ross, Associate Professor of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies and Co-Director of Native Voices.
The issue, "Settler Colonialism and the Legislating of Criminality," includes the following articles:
- The Violent Legacies of the California Missions: Mapping the Origins of Native Women’s Mass Incarceration by Jackie Teran
- Reproductive Justice, Sovereignty, and Incarceration: Prison Abolition Politics and California Indians by Stephanie Lumsden
- Invisible Victims: American Indian Women and Adolescent Involvement in the Domestic Sex Trade by Lena Campagna
- Locked Up: Fear, Racism, Prison Economics, and the Incarceration of Native Youth by Addie C. Rolnick
- Through His Eyes: Life in the South Dakota State Penitentiary by Melissa Leal and Robert Angelo Horse
- Stories of Transformation: Aboriginal Offenders' Journey from Prison to the Community by Teresa M. Howell
- Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl: Policing Authenticity, Implicit Racial Bias, and Continued Harm to American Indian Families by Theresa Rocha Beardall
- Carceral Power and Indigenous Feminist Resurgence in D’Arcy McNickle’s The Surrounded and Janet Campbell Hale’s “Claire” by Dory Nason
- A Constellation of Confinement: The Jailing of Cecelia Capture and the Deaths of Sarah Lee Circle Bear and Sandra Bland, 1895–2015 by Tria Blu Wakpa
Read more here.