In this Issue
- Volume 30, Number 3&4, Summer/Fall 2006
- Special Issue: Decolonizing Archaelogy and Critical Engagements with the National Museum of the American Indian
- Guest Editor: Sonya Atalay and Amy Lonetree
The complexity and excitement of the burgeoning field of Native American studies are captured by the American Indian Quarterly, a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal of the anthropology, history, literatures, religions, and arts of Native Americans. Wide-ranging in its coverage of issues and topics, AIQ is devoted to charting and inciting debate about the latest developments in method and theory.
published byUniversity of Nebraska Press
viewing issueVolume 30, Number 3&4, Summer/Fall 2006
Devon A.Mihesuah, Northern Arizona University
Geary Hobson, University of Oklahoma
Law and Policy:Vine Deloria Jr., University of Colorado, BoulderReligion:
Robert Williams Jr., University of ArizonaChristopher Jocks, Dartmouth CollegeEthnicity:
Lee Irwin, College of CharlestonJack D.Forbes, University of California DavisWomen:Julie Cruikshank, University of British ColumbiaHistory:Curtis M. Hinsley, Northern Arizona University
Clyde Ellis, Elon College
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