Enduring Legacies Native Case Studies

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Title & AuthorDiscipline(s)Theme(s)Tribe(s)
Aboriginal Education Funding: Who’s In Control?Alex Marshall
    Addressing Climate Change at a Tribal LevelSteve Robinson and Michael T. Alesko
    New!Alaska Native and American Indian Policy: A Comparative CaseLinda Moon Stumpff
    Alberta’s Oil Sands and the Rights of First Nations Peoples to Environmental HealthLori Lambert, PhD, DS
      Ancestral Roots and Changing Landscapes: The Impact of Seattle's Development on the Salish People of Central Puget SoundBrian Footen
      A Place to Live, A Place to HealAne Berrett
        Back to the Bison: The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes and the National Bison RangeLinda Moon Stumpff
        Back to the Cradle: Love and Other RelationshipsMary Big Bow, MSW
          New!Back to the Future: Dam Removal and Native Salmon Restoration on the Elwha RiverBrian Footen and Jovana Brown
          Blowing in the Wind: The Navajo Nation and UraniumJovana J. Brown, PhD and Lori Lambert, PhD, DS, RN
          skwadi’lic, Board Feet, and the Cedar TreeKurt W. Russo, PhD
          Boundless Water and Bounded People: The Cultural and Social Implications of Shellfish Closures in Boundary BayEmma S. Norman, Ph.D.
          Bridging Two Worlds: Developing and Maintaining a Native American Center at a Public CollegeTina Kuckkahn-Miller, J.D. (Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe), Longhouse Director, The Evergreen State College
            Can the needs for environmental protection and biodiversity and the needs of indigenous people be reconciled?Robert S. Cole
              Cape Wind and the Sacred Sunrise of the Wampanoag: A Victory for Whom?Kathleen M. Saul
                Child Care Considerations at the Skinny Raven CasinoGawlik, Dennis, Kate Lancaster, and Linda Lovett
                  Climate Change Implications for the Quileute and Hoh TribesChelsie Papiez
                  Co-Management of Puget Sound Salmon: How well does the Use and Collection of Shared Fishery Science between Tribes and the State Guide Resource Protection?Brian Footen
                    Confronting Racism: Treaty Beer Comes to Washington StateMichelle Aguilar-Wells and Barbara Leigh Smith
                      Culturally Appropriate, Rigorous Evaluation of Tribal Services: Mount Sanford Tribal Consortium Healthy Relationships Project Evaluation Terry Cross
                        Dam Removal on the Elwha RiverPeter Dorman
                        New!Darkness to Dawn: Columbia River Native Tribes’ Science and Salmon Restoration SuccessBrian Footen
                        The Data May Be A Mess, But Can It Still Be Useful To Indian Country?Mark Trahant
                          Dilemmas and Solutions in Tribal Child Welfare: A Case for Customary AdoptionTerry Cross, Sarah Kastelic, and Kathleen Fox
                            Distributive Justice in Indian Country: Should Indian Tribes Share Casino Revenues? Sarah S. Works, J.D.
                              New!Does Smudging Belong in the Workplace?Toby Sawyer
                                Educational Attainment for Native Americans: The Value of a College Education Meyer A. Louie
                                  Environmentalism Across Cultural BordersSarah S Works, J.D.
                                  Evil Water: The Problem of Alcoholism in Indian CountrySingh, Subodh, Sinte Gleska University
                                    Exercising Tribal Sovereignty Through Sports: Iroquois Nationals LacrosseSarah S Works, J.D.
                                    Flathead Lake Fish and Methylmercury: Treaty Rights & Human RightsLori Lambert, PhD, DS, RN
                                    Hantavirus and the Navajo Nation: A Double Jeopardy DiseaseLinda Moon Stumpff
                                    New!Hide and Skin: An Alaska Tannery ConundrumJeri Rubin and Irfan Ahmed
                                    Honoring Our Children: Acceptance within the Indian CommunityArviso, Vivian
                                    Housing in Indian CountryMarchand-Cecil, Cindy
                                      Impacts of Global Climate Change on Tribes in Washington Rob Cole
                                      Impacts of Global Climate Change on Tribes in Washington Part IIRob Cole
                                        The Indian health paradox: Honoring a treaty right or raising real dollars?Mark N. Trahant
                                          Indian Identity in the ArtsKuckkahn, Tina
                                            Indian Interrupted: The Story of an Indigenous ManAne Berrett
                                              Is Anybody Listening? Charles Luckmann
                                              New!Is diversity a mask or a bridge? The Indian mascot debateBy Gary Arthur
                                                Issues in Contemporary American Indian Art: An Iroquois ExampleGail Temblay
                                                Is Your Tribal Land Secure?Ralston, Larry, The Evergreen State College
                                                It's in Our Treaty: the Right to WhaleBrown, Jovana J.
                                                The Last Stand: the Quinault Indian Nation's Path to Sovereignty and the Case of Tribal ForestryStumpff, Linda Moon
                                                New!Learning to Hunt: Mini Case Barnhardt and Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley
                                                Luna / Tsu-xiit the “Whale”: Governance Across (Political and Cultural) BordersEmma S. Norman, Ph.D., Northwest Indian College
                                                Making the High School Diploma Mean SomethingSmith, Barbara Leigh
                                                  Meth in Indian Country: A Call to ActionMarchand-Cecil, Cindy
                                                    Native Fishing Practices and Oxygen Depletion in Hood CanalCole, Robert S.
                                                    Native Gaming in the USHai-Jew, Shalin
                                                      Natural Restoration and Cultural Knowledge of the Yakama NationEmily Washines and Gerald Peltier
                                                      On Being a Man: The Private Matter of Domestic Violence Against MenMary Big Bow
                                                        Pacific Northwest Salmon Habitat: The Culvert Case and the Power of TreatiesJovana J. Brown, PhD and Brian Footen
                                                          Pathways for Native American Students in Higher Education Mini-Cases, Part 1 Barbara Leigh Smith and Kayeri Akweks
                                                            New!Pebbles of Gold or Salmon of Time: Pebble Mine and the Cultural and Environmental Economics of Alaska Natives Brian Footen
                                                              The Peoples’ Forest: Emerging Strategies on the Mescalero Apache Forest ReservesLinda Moon Stumpff
                                                              Reclaiming Native Women's Health Through CommunityAckley, Kristina
                                                                The Return of a River: A Nisqually Tribal ChallengeSteve Robinson and Michael Alesko
                                                                River Flow for Riparian HealthRobert S. Cole
                                                                Sacred Sites Sustaining Tribal Economies: The Mescalero ApacheHenderson, Martha L.
                                                                Salmon and Contamination in the Columbia RiverLambert, Lori
                                                                Should the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Invest in a Woody Biomass Co-generation Facility?Kathleen M. Saul
                                                                Should Indian Sports Mascots Be Repealed?Gary Arthur
                                                                  Should the Navajo Nation Build a Coal-Fired Power Plant?Jovana Brown and Nora Trahant
                                                                  Silak: Ice and Consciousness. The Arctic and Climate ChangeLori Lambert, PhD
                                                                  Since Time Immemorial: Developing Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum for Washington’s SchoolsBarbara Leigh Smith, Shana Brown and Magda Costantino
                                                                    Sovereign Still From the Forest to the PlainsStumpff, Linda Moon
                                                                    So You Want to Buy a Pony? A Case for Financial LiteracyMichelle Aguilar-Wells
                                                                      New!Sustaining Oomingmak, Sustain Us: Alaska Natives and the Muskox Adapt to Social and Ecological ChangeLinda Moon Stumpff
                                                                        Systems of Care in Tribal Communities Amanda Cross-Hemmer
                                                                          New!The Aftermath of Redskins Indian Mascot Decisions: What’s Next?Gary Arthur
                                                                            The Boy Who Wasn't ThereLisa Queen
                                                                              New!The Navajo Horse Policy Dilemma: Too Many Horses? T’ooahayoo Nihilii?Linda Moon Stumpff, PhD
                                                                              New!The Yakama Nation and the Cleanup of Hanford: Contested Meanings of Environmental RemediationDaniel A. Bush
                                                                              Tribal Response to Climate Change and the Evolving Ecosystem of Hood Canal: Learning from the Past to Plan for the FutureBrian Footen
                                                                              TRIBAL TV: Is it Worth the Effort?Frank H. Tyro, PhD, Salish Kootenai College
                                                                                Tribes and Watersheds in Washington StateBrown, Jovana J.
                                                                                  Tse-Whit-Zen: An Ancient Klallam Village Reclaimed… Territory Taken but not ForgottenArlene Wheeler and Barbara Leigh Smith
                                                                                  The Twilight Saga and the Quileute Indian Tribe: Opportunity or Cultural Exploitation?Barbara Leigh Smith
                                                                                  New!Two Cultures, One SchoolRay Barnhardt
                                                                                  Waiting Patiently 500 YearsHurtado, Denny and Smith, Barbara Leigh
                                                                                    New!Wet, Dry, or DampMary T. Weiss
                                                                                    What are the Prospects for Energy Futures on Tribal Lands?Robert S. Cole
                                                                                      New!What should be displayed? Native arts in museums and on the runwaysMelanie King
                                                                                        When Our Water Returns: The Gila River Indian Community and DiabetesJovana J. Brown
                                                                                        Who But the Smallest: Our Future in the Hands of ChildrenMary Big Bow, MSW
                                                                                          Whose History Should We Teach?Costantino, Magda and Hurtado, Denny
                                                                                            Whose Rights Count? Confronting Violations of the Indian Child Welfare ActTerry Cross and Sarah Kastelic
                                                                                              New!Whose Story Should Be ToldBarbara Leigh Smith
                                                                                                New!Water Quality, Environment and Ethics Under Conditions of Climate Change: Who Speaks for the San Francisco Peaks? Linda Moon Stumpff
                                                                                                The Will of the People: Citizenship in the Osage NationDennison, Jean, University of Florida
                                                                                                New!Your Tribal Land is Not Secure: Traditional Knowledge and Science Face Wildfire in the Valley of the Wild RosesLinda Moon Stumpff, PhD