Publications

Indigenous Knowledge and the Environment in Africa and North America

Completed/published

Image Short Title People Involved Related Fields
"From Dispossessed Ward to Citizen Activists: American Indians Survive the Assimilation Policy Era" (2017) Alexandra "Sasha" Harmon Activism, History
Indigenous Matters (2017) Dian Million Feminism and Feminist Theory, Gender, Human Rights, Queer Studies, Resurgence, Sexuality, Sovereignty, Systems of Knowledge, Women
I Will Write a Bestselling Native American Biography (2016) Elissa Washuta American Indian/Native American, Indigenous, Nonfiction Prose
They Just Dig: On Coal Mining, Writing, and Fear (2016) Elissa Washuta Literature, Nonfiction Prose, Violence and Trauma
Indians in the Marketplace (2016) Alexandra "Sasha" Harmon American Indian/Native American, Economics, Political Economy
The Sea Is My Country: The Maritime World of the Makahs The Sea Is My Country: The Maritime World of the Makahs (2015) Joshua L. Reid American Indian/Native American, History
American Indians, American Law, and Modern American Foreign Relations (2015) Alexandra "Sasha" Harmon American Indian/Native American, History, Law and Political Thought
Starvation Mode: A Memoir of Food, Consumption, and Control by Elissa Washuta Starvation Mode: A Memoir of Food, Consumption, and Control (2015) Elissa Washuta American Indian/Native American, Body, Food, Literature, Nonfiction Prose, Popular Culture, Women, Women of Color
"The impact of self-relevant representations on school belonging for Native American students" (2015) Stephanie Fryberg Education, Psychology, Social Psychology
"Movin’ on up (to College): First-Generation College Students’ Experiences With Family Achievement Guilt" (2015) Stephanie Fryberg Education, Psychology, Social Psychology
Journal of Social Issues “Frozen in Time”: The Impact of Native American Media Representations on Identity and Self-Understanding (2015) Stephanie Fryberg American Indian/Native American, Indigenous, Media Studies, Psychology, Race and Ethnicity, Social Psychology, Television
"A fragile peace in the aftermath of the Marysville Pilchuck shooting" (2014) Stephanie Fryberg Social Psychology, Tulalip Tribes, Violence and Trauma
"Constructed Strugglers: The Impact of Diversity Narratives on Junior Faculty of Color" (2014) Stephanie Fryberg Education
"A sociocultural analysis of high-risk Native American children in schools." (2014) Stephanie Fryberg Education, Social Psychology
Pocahontas and John Smith "I Am Not Pocahontas" (2014) Elissa Washuta American Indian/Native American, Autobiography, Biography, and Life Writing, Film/Cinema, Indigenous, Nonfiction Prose
"Violence against Indigenous Women: Fun, Sexy, and No Big Deal on the Big Screen" (2014) Elissa Washuta American Indian/Native American, Film/Cinema, First Nations, Indigenous, Media Studies, Violence and Trauma, Visual Culture, Women, Women of Color
The Truly Diverse Faculty The Truly Diverse Faculty: New Dialogues in American Higher Education (2014) Stephanie Fryberg Race and Ethnicity, Social Change, Sociology, Systems
“Indigenous Orality and Oral Literatures” (2014) Christopher B. Teuton American Indian/Native American, Indigenous, Literature, Oral History
My Body Is a Book of Rules My Body Is a Book of Rules (2014) Elissa Washuta American Indian/Native American, Autobiography, Biography, and Life Writing, Health, Literature, Violence and Trauma, Women
“There Is A River in Me: Theory From Life” (2014) Dian Million American Indian/Native American, Critical Theory
The World of Indigenous North America “Food Sovereignty, Food Hegemony, and the Revitalization of Indigenous Whaling Practices” (2014) Charlotte Coté American Indian/Native American, Food, Food Sovereignty, Indigenous
“Indigenous Power in The Comanche Empire” (2013) Joshua L. Reid American Indian/Native American, History, Indigenous, Sovereignty
Tribal Worlds: Critical Studies in American Indian Nation Building "Articulating a Traditional Future: Makah Sealers and Whalers, 1880-1999” (2013) Joshua L. Reid American Indian/Native American, History
"How Much Indian Was I?, My Fellow Students Asked" (2013) Elissa Washuta American Indian/Native American, Autobiography, Biography, and Life Writing, Education, Nonfiction Prose
Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson "The wrongheaded obsession with 'vanishing' indigenous peoples" (2013) Elissa Washuta Aesthetics, Art, Indigenous, Visual Arts, Visual Culture

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