David Martínez (Gila River Pima) is an assistant professor of American Indian studies at Arizona State University. He has published articles in Wicazo Sa Review, the American Indian Culture and Research Journal, the Canadian Journal of Native Studies, and the European Review of Native American Studies. Recently, he published Dakota Philosopher: Charles Eastman and American Indian Thought (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2009).
Anna J. Willow received her PhD in cultural anthropology from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 2008. She is now an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at Ohio State University and teaches at OSU's Marion campus. In addition to her research on Anishinaabe anti-clear-cutting activism in northwestern Ontario, she has worked with Native communities in northern Wisconsin to document the historical and contemporary significance of traditional cultural properties.
Gail Dana-Sacco (Passamaquoddy), director of the Wabanaki Center at the University of Maine, leads collaborative efforts to support Indigenous scholarship and to serve Wabanaki tribal interests through research, teaching, and service.
Tom Arne Midtrød is assistant professor in the Department of History at the University of Iowa. He has a PhD from Northern Illinois University, an MA from the University of South Alabama, and a BA from the University of Oslo, Norway. [End Page 129]