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  Volume 23, Number 2, Fall 2008

Table of Contents

From: Wicazo Sa Review

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Editor's Commentary

pp. 5-7
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Articles

Native America Writes Back: The Origin of the Indigenous Paradigm in Historiography

pp. 9-28
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Looking after Gdoo-naaganinaa: Precolonial Nishnaabeg Diplomatic and Treaty Relationships

pp. 29-42
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Culture as Prevention: Assisting High-Risk Youth in the Omaha Nation

pp. 43-61
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Selected Papers from the Ninth Annual American Indian Studies Association Conference

Presidential Address: American Indian Studies: Our Challenges

pp. 65-75
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Is American Indian Studies for Real?

pp. 77-90
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The Future of American Indian Studies in the Time of Global Warming

pp. 91-101
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American Indian Studies Association–Student Association

pp. 103-104
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Reviews

New Indians, Old Wars (review)

pp. 105-107
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The People Have Never Stopped Dancing: Native American Modern Dance Histories (review)

pp. 108-109
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The World We Used to Live In: Remembering the Powers of the Medicine Men (review)

pp. 110-112
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Architect of Justice: Felix S. Cohen and the Founding of American Legal Pluralism (review)

pp. 112-114
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Matter, Magic, and Spirit: Representing Indian and African American Belief (review)

pp. 114-117
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Sacred Claims: Repatriation and Living Tradition (review)

pp. 117-119
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Apocalypto (review)

pp. 120-121
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 122-124
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Research Areas

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