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Readings in American Indian law : recalling the rhythm of survival

Author: Juanita Jo Carrillo
Publisher: Philadelphia : Temple Univ. Press, 1998.
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Presents 33 works that introduce and conceptualize some important areas of federal Indian law such as identity, reparations, incommensurability, cultural property, tribal governance, and religious  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Juanita Jo Carrillo
ISBN: 156639581X 9781566395816 1566395828 9781566395823
OCLC Number: 260089821
Description: XIII, 353 Seiten : Illustrationen
Contents: CONTENTSPreface and AcknowledgmentsINTRODUCTION1 IDENTITYIdentity in MashpeeJames CliffordMashpee: The Story of Cape Cod's Indian TownFrancis G. HutchinsThe Mashpee Indians: Tribe on TrialJack CampisiIdentity as Idiom: Mashpee ReconsideredJo Carrillo2 LAND CLAIMSFort Sill Apache Tribe of State of Oklahoma v. United StatesOriginal Indian TitleFelix S. CohenOriginal Indian Title (Revisited)Wilcomb E. WashburnIndian Claims in the Courts of the ConquerorNell Jessup NewtonEpilogueNancy Oestreich LurieThe Creation of a "Court of Indian Affairs"Vine Deloria, Jr.Imagining the ReservationSherman Alexie3 CONSTITUTIVE INCOMMENSURABLES: LAND, CULTURE, HISTORYA Song from Sacred Mountain: Lakota-Dakota and Cheyenne InterviewsArvol Looking HorseA Song from Sacred Mountain: Lakota-Dakota and Cheyenne InterviewsCharlotte Black ElkWho Owns the West? William KittredgeLegally Mediated Identity: The National Environmental Policy Act and the Bureaucratic Construction of InterestsWendy EspelandLarge Binocular Telescopes, Red Squirrel Pinatas, and Apache Sacred Mountains: Decolonizing Environmental Law in a Multicultural WorldRobert A. Williams, Jr.Revision and ReversionVine Deloria, Jr. 4 THE REPATRIATION OF CULTURAL PROPERTYA Brief Historical Survey of the Expropriation of American Indian RemainsRobert E. BiederGive Me My Father's BodyKenn HarperThe Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act: Background and Legislative HistoryJack F. Trope and Walter R. EchohawkCongressional HearingsImplementing the National Policy of Understanding, Preserving, and Safeguarding the Heritage of Indian Peoples and Native Hawaiians: Human Rights, Sacred Objects, and Cultural PatrimonyRennard Strickland5 TRIBAL GOVERNANCE / GENDERNative American WomenRayna GreenNative American Women: An UpdateJo Ann WoodsumGender or Ethnicity: What Makes a Difference? A Study of Women Tribal LeadersMelanie McCoyMankiller: A Chief and her PeopleWilma MankillerThe Legal Rights of American Indian WomenGenevieve Chato and Christine ConteDomestic Violence and Tribal Protection of Indigenous Women in the United StatesGloria Valencia-Weber and Christine P. Zuni6 RELIGIOUS EXPRESSIONThe Peyote Religion: A Narrative AccountSilvester J. BritoAppendix A to a Brief Submitted by the Native American Rights Funding the Case of Employment Division, Department of Human Resources of the State of Oregon v. SmithOmer C. StewartOther Studies [of Sacred Places]: What They Did and How They Did ItKlara Bonsack Kelley and Harris FrancisAppendix K to Defendant's Exhibit GDorothea Theodoratus, "Cultural Resources of the Chimney Rock Section, Gasquet-Orleans" in Lying v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective AssociationUnited States on Behalf of the Zuni Tribe of New Mexico v. Earl PlattThe Sacred Trail to Zuni Heaven: A Study in the Law of Prescriptive EasementsHank MeshorerAchieving True InterpretationEdmund J. LaddBooks CitedAbout the ContributorsIndex
Responsibility: ed. by Jo Carrillo.


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