All Cases

Title & Authors Disciplines Themes Tribes
A Place to Live, A Place to Heal
Ane Berrett
Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Family and Youth, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Law and Justice, Self Determination and Self Governance
Aboriginal Education Funding: Who’s In Control?
Alex Marshall
Education, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Economic Development, Intergovernmental Relations, International Indigenous, Tribal Governance
Addressing Climate Change at a Tribal Level
Steve Robinson and Michael T. Alesko
Environmental Studies Activism, Climate Change, Community Development, Environmental Restoration Swinomish
Alaska Native and American Indian Policy: A Comparative Case
Linda Moon Stumpff
Anthropology, Business and Management, Geography, History, Law, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Community Development, Cultural Preservation, Economic Development, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Health and Wellness, Intergovernmental Relations, Land, Law and Justice, Leadership, Salmon, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty, Tribal Governance, Tribal Membership, Enrollment and Citizenship Alaska Native, Morongo, Navajo, Onondaga, Seminole, Squaxin Island, Tulalip
Alberta’s Oil Sands and the Rights of First Nations Peoples to Environmental Health
Lori Lambert, PhD, DS
Environmental Studies, Geology, Health Activism, Climate Change, Economic Development, Energy, Environmental Justice, Intergovernmental Relations, International Indigenous, Natural Resources
Ancestral Roots and Changing Landscapes: The Impact of Seattle's Development on the Salish People of Central Puget Sound
Brian Footen
Environmental Studies Environmental Restoration, Land, Law and Justice, Salmon, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Coast Salish People of Puget Sound
Back to the Bison: The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes and the National Bison Range
Linda Moon Stumpff
Environmental Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Cultural Preservation, Intergovernmental Relations, Land, Law and Justice, Leadership, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Confederated Tribes of Salish Kootenai
Back to the Cradle: Love and Other Relationships
Mary Big Bow, MSW
Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Family and Youth, Health and Wellness
Back to the Future: Dam Removal and Native Salmon Restoration on the Elwha River
Brian Footen and Jovana Brown
Biology, Environmental Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Environmental Restoration, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Intergovernmental Relations, Leadership, Salmon, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Lower Elwha Klallam
Blowing in the Wind: The Navajo Nation and Uranium
Jovana J. Brown, PhD and Lori Lambert, PhD, DS, RN
Environmental Studies, Health Economic Development, Energy, Health and Wellness Navajo
Boundless Water and Bounded People: The Cultural and Social Implications of Shellfish Closures in Boundary Bay
Emma S. Norman, Ph.D.
Environmental Studies, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Environmental Justice, Intergovernmental Relations, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Lummi
Bridging Two Worlds: Developing and Maintaining a Native American Center at a Public College
Tina Kuckkahn-Miller, J.D. (Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe), Longhouse Director, The Evergreen State College
Art, Business and Management, Education, Native American Studies Activism, Cultural Preservation, Education Reform
Can the needs for environmental protection and biodiversity and the needs of indigenous people be reconciled?
Robert S. Cole
Environmental Studies, Native American Studies Activism, Climate Change, Environmental Justice, International Indigenous
Cape Wind and the Sacred Sunrise of the Wampanoag: A Victory for Whom?
Kathleen M. Saul
Environmental Studies, Native American Studies Activism, Economic Development, Energy, Sacred Sites
Child Care Considerations at the Skinny Raven Casino
Gawlik, Dennis, Kate Lancaster, and Linda Lovett
Business and Management, Economics, Ethics, Political Science and Public Administration Economic Development, Gaming, Law and Justice, Tribal Governance
Climate Change Implications for the Quileute and Hoh Tribes
Chelsie Papiez
Biology Climate Change Hoh River, Quileute
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
Biology, Business and Management, Environmental Studies, Native American Studies, Quantitative Reasoning Activism, Environmental Restoration, Intergovernmental Relations, Land, Law and Justice, Salmon, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty
Confronting Racism: Treaty Beer Comes to Washington State
Michelle Aguilar-Wells and Barbara Leigh Smith
Communications, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Intergovernmental Relations, Land, Law and Justice, Leadership, Racism and Prejudice
Culturally Appropriate, Rigorous Evaluation of Tribal Services: Mount Sanford Tribal Consortium Healthy Relationships Project Evaluation
Terry Cross
Health, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology, Quantitative Reasoning Community Development, Health and Wellness, Human Services
Dam Removal on the Elwha River
Peter Dorman
Economics, Education, Environmental Studies Environmental Restoration, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Intergovernmental Relations, Natural Resources, Salmon Lower Elwha Klallam
Darkness to Dawn: Columbia River Native Tribes’ Science and Salmon Restoration Success
Brian Footen
Anthropology, Biology, Economics, Environmental Studies, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Climate Change, Cultural Preservation, Economic Development, Environmental Restoration, Indigenous Science, Intergovernmental Relations, Leadership, Natural Resources, Salmon, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Nez Perce
Dilemmas and Solutions in Tribal Child Welfare: A Case for Customary Adoption
Terry Cross, Sarah Kastelic, and Kathleen Fox
Health, History, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Community Development, Family and Youth, Health and Wellness, Human Services, Self Determination and Self Governance, Tribal Membership, Enrollment and Citizenship
Distributive Justice in Indian Country: Should Indian Tribes Share Casino Revenues?
Sarah S. Works, J.D.
Business and Management, Economics Economic Development, Intergovernmental Relations, Law and Justice, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty
Does Smudging Belong in the Workplace?
Toby Sawyer
Business and Management, Communications, Health, Law, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Community Development, Cultural Preservation, Family and Youth, Health and Wellness, Human Services, Indian Identity, Indigenous Science
Educational Attainment for Native Americans: The Value of a College Education
Meyer A. Louie
Education, Quantitative Reasoning Education Reform
Enhancing Native Student Achievement: What Works?
Tanya Altstatt Menchaca
Education, Native American Studies Education Reform, Family and Youth, Tribal Governance Makah
Environmentalism Across Cultural Borders
Sarah S Works, J.D.
Business and Management, Economics, Environmental Studies, Health, Law, Political Science and Public Administration Economic Development, Intergovernmental Relations, Law and Justice, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Hopi, Navajo
Evil Water: The Problem of Alcoholism in Indian Country
Singh, Subodh, Sinte Gleska University
Biology, Chemistry, Health Health and Wellness, Human Services, Tribal Governance
Exercising Tribal Sovereignty Through Sports: Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse
Sarah S Works, J.D.
Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Cultural Preservation, Intergovernmental Relations, International Indigenous, Law and Justice, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Iroquois
Flathead Lake Fish and Methylmercury: Treaty Rights & Human Rights
Lori Lambert, PhD, DS, RN
Biology, Environmental Studies Activism, Health and Wellness Confederated Tribes of Salish Kootenai
Hantavirus and the Navajo Nation: A Double Jeopardy Disease
Linda Moon Stumpff
Health, Native American Studies Health and Wellness, Indigenous Science Navajo
Hide and Skin: An Alaska Tannery Conundrum
Jeri Rubin and Irfan Ahmed
Business and Management Economic Development Alaska Native, Inupiaq
Honoring Our Children: Acceptance within the Indian Community
Arviso, Vivian
Education, Ethics, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Education Reform, Family and Youth, Health and Wellness, Leadership, Tribal Governance Navajo
Housing in Indian Country
Marchand-Cecil, Cindy
Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Human Services
Impacts of Global Climate Change on Tribes in Washington
Rob Cole
Biology, Environmental Studies, Geology Activism, Climate Change, Intergovernmental Relations, Salmon Hoh River, Lummi, Makah, Quileute
Impacts of Global Climate Change on Tribes in Washington Part II
Rob Cole
Biology, Environmental Studies, Geology Activism, Climate Change, Fish and Wildlife, Intergovernmental Relations, Natural Resources, Salmon
Indian Identity in the Arts
Kuckkahn, Tina
Art, Business and Management, Native American Studies, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Cultural Preservation, Indian Identity, Tribal Membership, Enrollment and Citizenship
Indian Interrupted: The Story of an Indigenous Man
Ane Berrett
Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Family and Youth, Human Services, Indian Identity
Is Anybody Listening?
Charles Luckmann
Anthropology, History, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Cultural Preservation, Economic Development, Energy, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Law and Justice, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty, Tribal Governance Hopi, Navajo
Is diversity a mask or a bridge? The Indian mascot debate
By Gary Arthur
Communications, Education, Health, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Community Development, Family and Youth, Law and Justice, Leadership, Media, Racism and Prejudice
Is Your Tribal Land Secure?
Ralston, Larry, The Evergreen State College
Environmental Studies, Geology, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Climate Change, Community Development, Land, Law and Justice, Leadership Hoh River, Quileute
Issues in Contemporary American Indian Art: An Iroquois Example
Gail Temblay
Art Indian Identity Iroquois
It's in Our Treaty: the Right to Whale
Brown, Jovana J.
Environmental Studies, History, Native American Studies Activism, Cultural Preservation, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Makah
Learning to Hunt: Mini Case
Barnhardt and Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley
Education Education Reform, Family and Youth, Human Development Alaska Native, Inupiaq
Luna / Tsu-xiit the “Whale”: Governance Across (Political and Cultural) Borders
Emma S. Norman, Ph.D., Northwest Indian College
Anthropology, Biology, Ethics, Native American Studies Activism, Indigenous Science, Leadership, Media Mowachaht/Muchalaht, Navajo
Making the High School Diploma Mean Something
Smith, Barbara Leigh
Education, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Quantitative Reasoning Activism, Education Reform
Meth in Indian Country: A Call to Action
Marchand-Cecil, Cindy
Biology, Chemistry, Health, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Health and Wellness, Human Services
Native Fishing Practices and Oxygen Depletion in Hood Canal
Cole, Robert S.
Biology, Environmental Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Environmental Justice, Environmental Restoration, Racism and Prejudice, Salmon Skokomish
Native Gaming in the US
Hai-Jew, Shalin
Business and Management, Economics, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Economic Development, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Health and Wellness, Tribal Governance
Natural Restoration and Cultural Knowledge of the Yakama Nation
Emily Washines and Gerald Peltier
Environmental Studies, Health Cultural Preservation, Environmental Restoration Confederated Tribes of Yakama
On Being a Man: The Private Matter of Domestic Violence Against Men
Mary Big Bow
Political Science and Public Administration Family and Youth, Health and Wellness, Human Services
Pacific Northwest Salmon Habitat: The Culvert Case and the Power of Treaties
Jovana J. Brown, PhD and Brian Footen
Biology, Environmental Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Environmental Restoration, Land, Law and Justice, Leadership, Salmon, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty
Pathways for Native American Students in Higher Education Mini-Cases, Part 1
Barbara Leigh Smith and Kayeri Akweks
Education Education Reform
Pebbles of Gold or Salmon of Time: Pebble Mine and the Cultural and Environmental Economics of Alaska Natives
Brian Footen
Biology, Economics, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Climate Change, Community Development, Cultural Preservation, Economic Development, Environmental Restoration, Intergovernmental Relations, Leadership, Salmon
Reclaiming Native Women's Health Through Community
Ackley, Kristina
Health, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Women's Studies Community Development, Health and Wellness, Human Services
River Flow for Riparian Health
Robert S. Cole
Biology, Environmental Studies Environmental Restoration, Intergovernmental Relations Skokomish
Sacred Sites Sustaining Tribal Economies: The Mescalero Apache
Henderson, Martha L.
Economics, History, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Community Development, Cultural Preservation, Economic Development, Sacred Sites Mescalero Apache
Salmon and Contamination in the Columbia River
Lambert, Lori
Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Studies, Health, History, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Economic Development Confederated Tribes of Yakama
Should Indian Sports Mascots Be Repealed?
Gary Arthur
Education, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Cultural Preservation, Indian Identity, Media, Racism and Prejudice
Should the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Invest in a Woody Biomass Co-generation Facility?
Kathleen M. Saul
Biology, Business and Management, Environmental Studies, Native American Studies, Quantitative Reasoning Economic Development, Energy Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
Should the Navajo Nation Build a Coal-Fired Power Plant?
Jovana Brown and Nora Trahant
Environmental Studies Activism, Community Development, Economic Development, Energy, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Health and Wellness, Land Navajo
Should Tribes Legalize Marijuana?
Amber Seachord and Barbara Leigh Smith
Business and Management, Economics, Health, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Community Development, Economic Development, Family and Youth, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Health and Wellness, Human Services, Intergovernmental Relations, Leadership, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Alaska Native, Apache, Chistochina, Chipewyan Cree, Coast Salish People of Puget Sound, Confederated Tribes of Salish Kootenai, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Confederated Tribes of Yakama, Cree, Gila River, Havasupai, Hoh River, Hopi, Inuit, Inupiaq, Iroquois, Lac de Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, Lower Elwha Klallam, Lummi, Makah, Mentasta, Mescalero Apache, Morongo, Mount Sanford Tribal Consortium, Mowachaht/Muchalaht, Navajo, Nez Perce, Nisqually, Ojibwe, Onondaga, Osage, Papiez Confederated Tribes of Yakama, Quileute, Quinault, Santa Clara Pueblo, Seminole, Skokomish, Squaxin Island, Swinomish, Tulalip, Wampnoag, White Earth Nation
Silak: Ice and Consciousness. The Arctic and Climate Change
Lori Lambert, PhD
Biology, Environmental Studies, Native American Studies Activism, Climate Change, Cultural Preservation Inuit
Since Time Immemorial: Developing Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum for Washington’s Schools
Barbara Leigh Smith, Shana Brown and Magda Costantino
Education Activism, Cultural Preservation, Education Reform, Media
skwadi’lic, Board Feet, and the Cedar Tree
Kurt W. Russo, PhD
Anthropology, Communications, Environmental Studies, Native American Studies, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Cultural Preservation, Environmental Justice, Indian Identity, Intergovernmental Relations, Land, Natural Resources, Racism and Prejudice, Sacred Sites, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Lummi
So You Want to Buy a Pony? A Case for Financial Literacy
Michelle Aguilar-Wells
Economics, Quantitative Reasoning Family and Youth
Sovereign Still From the Forest to the Plains
Stumpff, Linda Moon
Environmental Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Economic Development, Land, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Confederated Tribes of Salish Kootenai
Sustaining Oomingmak, Sustain Us: Alaska Natives and the Muskox Adapt to Social and Ecological Change
Linda Moon Stumpff
Biology, Environmental Studies, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Climate Change, Community Development, Cultural Preservation, Economic Development
Systems of Care in Tribal Communities
Amanda Cross-Hemmer
Health, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Community Development, Family and Youth, Health and Wellness, Human Services
The Aftermath of Redskins Indian Mascot Decisions: What’s Next?
Gary Arthur
Anthropology, Communications, Education, Geography, History, Law, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Education Reform, Family and Youth, Health and Wellness, Indian Identity, Leadership, Media, Racism and Prejudice
The Boy Who Wasn't There
Lisa Queen
Education Education Reform, Family and Youth
The Data May Be A Mess, But Can It Still Be Useful To Indian Country?
Mark Trahant
Quantitative Reasoning Federal and State Relations and Policy, Intergovernmental Relations, Tribal Membership, Enrollment and Citizenship
The Indian health paradox: Honoring a treaty right or raising real dollars?
Mark N. Trahant
Health Community Development, Economic Development, Health and Wellness, Human Services, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty, Tribal Governance
The Last Stand: the Quinault Indian Nation's Path to Sovereignty and the Case of Tribal Forestry
Stumpff, Linda Moon
Economics, Environmental Studies, History, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Economic Development, Environmental Restoration, Intergovernmental Relations, Leadership, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Quinault
The Navajo Horse Policy Dilemma: Too Many Horses? T’ooahayoo Nihilii?
Linda Moon Stumpff, PhD
Biology, Environmental Studies, Law, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Cultural Preservation, Environmental Restoration, Indigenous Science, Intergovernmental Relations, Land Navajo
The Peoples’ Forest: Emerging Strategies on the Mescalero Apache Forest Reserves
Linda Moon Stumpff
Environmental Studies, Native American Studies Community Development Mescalero Apache
The Return of a River: A Nisqually Tribal Challenge
Steve Robinson and Michael Alesko
Environmental Studies Cultural Preservation, Environmental Restoration, Intergovernmental Relations, Land, Salmon, Self Determination and Self Governance, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Nisqually
The Twilight Saga and the Quileute Indian Tribe: Opportunity or Cultural Exploitation?
Barbara Leigh Smith
Communications, Native American Studies Activism, Community Development, Cultural Preservation, Economic Development, Intergovernmental Relations, Media Quileute
The Will of the People: Citizenship in the Osage Nation
Dennison, Jean, University of Florida
Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Cultural Preservation, Family and Youth, Land, Law and Justice, Leadership, Self Determination and Self Governance, Tribal Governance, Tribal Membership, Enrollment and Citizenship Osage
The Yakama Nation and the Cleanup of Hanford: Contested Meanings of Environmental Remediation
Daniel A. Bush
Environmental Studies, Ethics, Health, History, Law, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Energy, Environmental Justice, Environmental Restoration, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Health and Wellness, Intergovernmental Relations, Land, Law and Justice, Treaty Rights and Sovereignty Confederated Tribes of Yakama
Tribal Response to Climate Change and the Evolving Ecosystem of Hood Canal: Learning from the Past to Plan for the Future
Brian Footen
Anthropology, Environmental Studies, Native American Studies Climate Change Skokomish
TRIBAL TV: Is it Worth the Effort?
Frank H. Tyro, PhD, Salish Kootenai College
Communications, Native American Studies Cultural Preservation, Media
Tribes and Watersheds in Washington State
Brown, Jovana J.
Environmental Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Economic Development, Leadership, Salmon
Tse-Whit-Zen: An Ancient Klallam Village Reclaimed… Territory Taken but not Forgotten
Arlene Wheeler and Barbara Leigh Smith
Anthropology, Economics, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Cultural Preservation, Economic Development, Intergovernmental Relations Lower Elwha Klallam
Two Cultures, One School
Ray Barnhardt
Education Community Development, Cultural Preservation, Education Reform, Family and Youth, Leadership Alaska Native, Yup'ik Eskimo
Waiting Patiently 500 Years–Washington Legislature Considers Requiring Tribal History in School Curriculum
Hurtado, Denny and Smith, Barbara Leigh
Education, History, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Cultural Preservation, Education Reform, Law and Justice, Leadership
Water Quality, Environment and Ethics Under Conditions of Climate Change: Who Speaks for the San Francisco Peaks?
Linda Moon Stumpff
Biology, Environmental Studies, Health, Law, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Climate Change, Cultural Preservation, Economic Development, Law and Justice, Leadership, Sacred Sites Apache, Havasupai, Hopi, Navajo
Wet, Dry, or Damp
Mary T. Weiss
Health, Law, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Community Development, Health and Wellness, Human Services, Intergovernmental Relations, Law and Justice, Leadership, Self Determination and Self Governance Alaska Native
What are the Prospects for Energy Futures on Tribal Lands?
Robert S. Cole
Environmental Studies Climate Change, Economic Development, Energy
What should be displayed? Native arts in museums and on the runways
Melanie King
Anthropology, Art, Communications, History, Law, Native American Studies, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Cultural Preservation, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Indian Identity, Law and Justice, Leadership, Media, Sacred Sites
When Our Water Returns: The Gila River Indian Community and Diabetes
Jovana J. Brown
Biology, Environmental Studies, Health, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Community Development, Cultural Preservation, Environmental Restoration, Federal and State Relations and Policy, Health and Wellness, Human Services, Intergovernmental Relations, Land, Law and Justice, Leadership, Tribal Governance Gila River
Who But the Smallest: Our Future in the Hands of Children
Mary Big Bow, MSW
Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Family and Youth, Human Services
Whose History Should We Teach?
Costantino, Magda and Hurtado, Denny
Education, History, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration Activism, Cultural Preservation, Education Reform
Whose Rights Count? Confronting Violations of the Indian Child Welfare Act
Terry Cross and Sarah Kastelic
Health, Native American Studies, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Community Development, Family and Youth, Health and Wellness, Human Services
Whose Story Should Be Told
Barbara Leigh Smith
Art, Communications, History, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Indian Identity, Intergovernmental Relations, Law and Justice, Leadership, Racism and Prejudice
Your Tribal Land is Not Secure: Traditional Knowledge and Science Face Wildfire in the Valley of the Wild Roses
Linda Moon Stumpff, PhD
Environmental Studies, Forestry, Law, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology Activism, Climate Change, Cultural Preservation, Environmental Restoration, Indigenous Science, Leadership, Natural Resources Santa Clara Pueblo