Bookworm that I am, I greatly enjoyed being guest editor for this year’s TCJ Student Edition. The student writings reflect an incredible mix of ideas and experiences.
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) Student Conference in Green Bay, WI, last spring, was rich with stories and especially poignant for me since it could be my last.
Carolyn Burgess Savage returned to the Chitimacha reservation after 30 years and began a new career preserving and promulgating her language and culture.
White Bison, Inc. (2002), Colorado Springs, Colorado
ISBN 0-9719904-0-9 – 278
Review by Victoria Beatty
This book translates the Twelve Step program of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous into Pan-Indian cultural terms.
by Lori Lambert, Ph.D., and Deanne Toby
Author House (2005) 104 pages
Review by Dr.
Edited by Mary Eggermont-Molenaar
University of Calgary Press (2004) (Hardcover), 367 pages
University of Nebraska Press (2005) (Softcover),
by Devon Abbott Mihesuah
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE
164 pages — ISBN 0-8032-8298-2
Review by Philippina Halstead
Devon Mihesuah (Choctaw),
Edited by Herbert S. Lewis
With the Assistance of L. Gordon McLester III
University of Nebraska Press (2005), 425 pages
by Hollis D. Stabler
Victoria Smith, Editor
University of Nebraska Press (2005), 190 pages
ISBN 0-8032-4324-3, $24.95
Review by James Thull
This book is essentially an oral history.
Wanda D. McCaslin, Editor
Living Justice Press (2005) – 459 pages
ISBN 0-9721886-1-4, Paperback, $25.00
Review by Michael Thompson
This unique collection is subtitled “Writings on Community Peacemaking and Restorative Justice from the Native Law Centre,” located at the University of Saskatchewan.