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307 Contributors CHRIS ANDERSEN is a faculty member in Native studies at the University of Alberta and the author of Metis: Race, Recognition, and the Struggle for Indigenous Peoplehood. JULIANA BARR is associate professor of history at the University of Florida and the author of Peace Came in the Form of a Woman: Indians and Spaniards in the Texas Borderlands. DAVID R. M. BECK is professor of Native American studies at the University of Montana and the author of Seeking Recognition: The Termination and Restoration of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians, 1855–1984. JACOB BETZ is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at the University of Chicago. PAUL T. CONRAD is assistant professor of history at Colorado State University–Pueblo. MIKAL BROTNOV ECKSTROM is a Ph.D. candidate in history at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and is currently working on his dissertation , “Marginalized Tribes: American Indians and American Jews in the American West, 1850–1950.” MARGARET D. JACOBS is the Chancellor’s Professor of History at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and the author of White Mother to a Dark Race: Settler Colonialism, Maternalism, and the Removal of Indigenous Children in the American West and Australia 1880–1940. ADAM JORTNER is associate professor of history at Auburn University and the author of The Gods of Prophetstown: The Battle of Tippecanoe and the Holy War for the American Frontier. ROSALYN R. LAPIER, assistant professor of environmental studies at the University of Montana, is the coauthor of the forthcoming “Determining Our Own Destiny”: American Indians in Chicago 1893–1934. 308 Contributors JOHN J. LAUKAITIS is assistant professor of education at North Park University in Chicago. K. TSIANINA LOMAWAIMA is professor in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University and the coauthor of “To Remain an Indian”: Lessons for Democracy from a Century of Native American Education. ROBERT J. MILLER is professor of law at Arizona State University and a citizen of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe. MINDY J. MORGAN is associate professor of anthropology at Michigan State University and the author of “The Bearer of This Letter”: Language Ideologies, Literacy Practices, and the Fort Belknap Indian Community. ANDREW NEEDHAM is associate professor of history at New York University and the author of Power Lines: Phoenix and the Making of the Modern Southwest. JEAN M. O’BRIEN is a citizen of the White Earth Ojibwe Nation, author of Firsting and Lasting: Writing Indians out of Existence in New England, and professor of history at the University of Minnesota. JEFFREY OSTLER is Beekman Professor of Northwest and Pacific History at the University of Oregon and the author of The Plains Sioux and U.S. Colonialism from Lewis and Clark to Wounded Knee. SARAH M. S. PEARSALL is university lecturer in early American and Atlantic history, member of the faculty of history, and fellow at Robinson College, Cambridge University, and the author of Atlantic Families: Lives and Letters in the Later Eighteenth Century. JAMES D. RICE is professor of history at SUNY Plattsburgh and the author of Tales from a Revolution: Bacon’s Rebellion and the Transformation of Early America. PHILLIP H. ROUND is professor of English and American Indian and Native studies at the University of Iowa. NANCY SHOEMAKER is professor of history at the University of Connecticut and the author of Native American Whalemen and the World: Indigenous Encounters and the Contingency of Race. Contributors 309 SUSAN SLEEPER-SMITH is professor of history at Michigan State University and the author of Indian Women and French Men: Rethinking Cultural Encounter in the Western Great Lakes. SCOTT MANNING STEVENS is associate professor of Native American studies and director of the Native American Studies Program at Syracuse University. He is a citizen of the Akwesasne Mohawk Nation. This page intentionally left blank ...

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ISBN
9781469623368
Related ISBN
9781469621210
MARC Record
OCLC
907238489
Pages
352
Launched on MUSE
2015-07-23
Language
English
Open Access
No
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