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The Shifting Borders of Race and Identity: A Research and Teaching Project on the Native American and African American Experience: "Shifting Borders" will bring scholars from doctoral universities, tribal colleges, community colleges, and historically black colleges and universities to the borderlands between Native American and African American studies, where they will collaboratively develop novel approaches to research and teaching that will contribute significantly to our understanding of race, ethnicity, culture, and identity. This ambitious project builds on a foundation of thriving programs at KU in Indigenous Nations, African and African American, and American studies and at HINU in American Indian studies.
Time & Again: Wounded Knee: Ghost Dance--MSNBC website
Ghost Dance--hanksville website
Reading Photographs: Domestic Architecture at the Comanche Village on Medicine Creek, Indian Territory, Winter 1873
Native American Documents Project--Cal State San Marcos
A Brief History of the Yaquis and their Land by Linda Zoontjens
Press Archives--Sequoyah Research Center
H-Net Book Reviews for H-Amindian--reviews of scholarly books by and about American Indians
Zitkala-Sa's essay, "Why I Am A Pagan"
Romancing the Indian--Twain & Cooper's Indians
Wendy Rose--Modern American Poetry Website
Ofelia Zepeda--O'odham c Milga:n S-ke:g Ha'icu Cegitodag: A Collection of Poems in O'odham & English
Stabilizing Indigenous Languages--A Center for Excellence in Education Monograph, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff
Fear of a Red Planet semi-official site of Paul Chaat Smith
Shari Huhndorf: Helping the Nation Find a Conscience--LitSite Alaska Website
Blood Quantum: A Relic Of Racism And Termination, Native Intelligence, Column By Jack D. Forbes
"Women of Hope": Essay and Photography by Hulleah Tsinhsnahjinnie
Reflections of former students at American Indian boarding schools--from CANOE website
Library of Congress Learning Page--Indian Boarding Schools: Civilizing the Native Spirit
Assimilation Through Education: Indian Boarding Schools in the Pacific Northwest--University of Washington Libraries Digital Collection
American Indian Boarding School Experiences: Recent Studies from Native Perspectives by Julie Davis in OAH Magazine of History 15 (Winter 2001).
Sherman Indian Museum--The Sherman Indian High School was one of several off-reservation boarding schools opened by the United States government in the late 1800s.
Encyclopedia of North American Indians--Boarding Schools
Government Information Connection--Tribal Law
Tribal Court Clearinghouse--Traditional Law
Tribal Court Clearinghouse--Law Reviews
Coyote Goes Hollywood story by Rennard Strickland
About Whiteshamanism by Wendy Rose
Native American Literature: Remembrance, Renewal By Geary Hobson
Indians: Textualism, Morality, & the Problem of History by Jane Tompkins
Ornaments of the Rio Yaqui and Beyond by Delberto Dario Ruiz
Cyberspace is No Place for Tribalism by Craig Howe
The Elders' Truth: A Yaqui Sermon by Miki Masso, Felipe S. Molina, Larry Evers
The Plastic Medicine People Circle by Helene E. Hagan
A Time Of Visions: Interviews by Larry Abbott
Internet Indian Wars: Native Americans are fighting to connect the 550 nations - in cyberspace By Glen Martin from Wired Magazine
Articles by Dr. Cornel D. Pewewardy
Peoples Knowledge Systems--short bibliography of material
NAMA: Native American Music Awards
Awaye! Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Online Radio
CKUT Radio: Indigenous Resistance - Grassy Narrows Blockade: Listen to a series of interviews about the ongoing blockade at Grassy Narrows an indigenous community in North-Western Ontario resisting clear-cutting of their traditional land use area.
Resistance Without Reservation - Sunpeaks: Resistance without
Reservation is a radio documentary about the Skwelkwek'welt Protection
Center. In October of 2000 the Secwepemc people established the
Skwelkwek'welt Protection Center in British Columbia to resist the
expansion of Sunpeaks.
Indian Country Today newspaper
Images of Native Americans, the Bancroft Library
Southwestern Wonderland (about the creation of the Southwest)--U of Arizona library
Native American Images by Joseph Zeller
Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian--Northwestern University Digital Library Collection
Susan Shown Harjo interview on mascots
The Mascot Issue--maintained by Lisa Mitten
Selective Bibliography and Guide for "I" IS NOT FOR INDIAN: THE PORTRAYAL OF NATIVE AMERICANS IN BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, Program of theALA/OLOS Subcommittee for Library Services to American Indian People American Indian Library Association
Contemporary American Indian Art Scene (this is a Tripod site, so it has a lot of pop-ups)
Uncommon Visions: The Films of Loretta Todd by Jason Silverman
Ideology of Discovery from Dr. Allen Farber's art history online syllabus
Who Owns Native Culture?-- for those interested in the struggle for control over knowledge and cultural productions originating in the world's indigenous societies.
H-Amindian--includes an edited discussion list for scholars, academicians, and Native peoples to consider the history, culture, ideas and events relating to indigenous peoples from the North Pole to Mexico.
Native American Sites hosted by Lisa Mitten