A Sinte Gleska University professor is exploring the feasibility of cultivating guar, one of the most expensive crops in the world, as a means to bring economic development to the Rosebud reservation and beyond.
The Red Lake Band of Chippewa are investing in education and future generations with a new $11 million tribal college campus.
The day was deceptively fair as the snowstorm crept up the eastern seaboard toward Washington. All of the weather forecasters were predicting a “snowpocalypse” that would force the nation’s capital to close down the following day.
Anpo Inajin Win—Stands at Dawn Woman—is a fitting name for Sherry Red Owl. She greets each day as a new opportunity and has spent her life working at new things.
Creative projects in an otherwise text-heavy Introduction to Humanities course reveal the artistic process and offer an avenue of expression to students.
Nation building is a complex and multidimensional process. Indeed, the term “process” limits our understanding—but so does “issue,” “theme,” or even “endeavor.” In a sense,
By Amy Eisenberg
University of Alabama Press (2013)
Review by Amanda Mignonne Smith
As neoliberal politics in Latin America herald development as a panacea for impoverished communities and national economic woes,
By William A. Turnbaugh and Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh
Schiffer Publishing (2013)
Review by Diane Dittemore
The Turnbaughs have produced another book that will serve as an excellent reference for collectors of Native American basketry.
By John Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty
University of Oklahoma Press (2013)
Review by Richard E.
By Scott Lauria Morgensen
University of Minnesota Press (2011)
Review by Lori Lambert
In his book,
By Joseph Bruchac
Tu Books (2013)
Review by Ryan Winn
Abenaki author Joseph Bruchac is a masterful storyteller.