American Indian Quarterly 43:2

American Indian Quarterly 43:2

Edited by Lindsey Claire Smith

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Volume 43, Number 2 (Spring 2019)  read on Project MUSE      read on JSTOR

How Grandma Kate Lost Her Cherokee Blood and What This Says about Race, Blood, and Belonging in Indian Country
Michael Lambert

The Buffalo, the Chickadee, and the Eagle: A Multispecies Textual History of Plenty Coups’s Multivocal Autobiography
Jasmine Spencer

“They Grow as Speakers, as Leaders”: A Case Study of Experiential Leadership in the Miss World Eskimo–Indian Olympics Pageant
Caroline Williams

Keith Richotte Jr. Claiming Turtle Mountain’s Constitution
A. W. A. Gemmell

Michael S. Nassaney. The Archaeology of the North American Fur Trade
John P. McCarthy

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson. As We Have Always Done: Indigenous Freedom through Radical Resistance
Stephanie Lumsden

Aileen Moreton-Robinson, editor. Critical Indigenous Studies: Engagements in First World Locations
Bernadette V. Russo

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