1. Attacking Trust: Hawai'i as a Crossroads and Kamehameha Schools in the Crosshairs
  2. Judy Rohrer
  3. pp. 437-455
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  1. Kēwaikaliko's Benocide: Reversing the Imperial Gaze of Rice v. Cayetano and its Legal Progeny
  2. Dean Itsuji Saranillio
  3. pp. 457-476
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  1. Indigeneity in the Diaspora: The Case of Native Hawaiians at Iosepa, Utah
  2. Hokulani K. Aikau
  3. pp. 477-500
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  1. Bridging Indigenous and Immigrant Struggles: A Case Study of American Sāmoa
  2. JoAnna Poblete-Cross
  3. pp. 501-522
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  1. Experimental Encounters: Filipino and Hawaiian Bodies in the U.S. Imperial Invention of Odontoclasia, 1928–1946
  2. Jean J. Kim
  3. pp. 523-546
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  1. Los Indios Bravos: The Filipino/American Lyric and the Cosmopoetics of Comparative Indigeneity
  2. Stephen Hong Sohn
  3. pp. 547-568
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  1. Decolonization in Unexpected Places: Native Evangelicalism and the Rearticulation of Mission
  2. Andrea Smith
  3. pp. 569-590
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  1. Transnational Indigenous Exchange: Rethinking Global Interactions of Indigenous Peoples at the 1904 St. Louis Exposition
  2. Danika Medak-Saltzman
  3. pp. 591-615
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  1. "Sioux Yells" in the Dawes Era: Lakota "Indian Play," the Wild West, and the Literatures of Luther Standing Bear
  2. Ryan E. Burt
  3. pp. 617-637
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  1. Mexican Indigenismo, Choctaw Self-Determination, and Todd Downing's Detective Novels
  2. James H. Cox
  3. pp. 639-661
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  1. Maori Cowboys, Maori Indians
  2. Alice Te Punga Somerville
  3. pp. 663-685
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  1. A Dying West?: Reimagining the Frontier in Frank Matsura's Photography, 1903–1913
  2. Glen M. Mimura
  3. pp. 687-716
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  1. Between Dangerous Extremes: Victimization, Ultranationalism, and Identity Performance in Gerald Vizenor's Hiroshima Bugi: Atomu 57
  2. Jeanne Sokolowski
  3. pp. 717-738
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  1. Toward a U.S.-China Comparative Critique: Indigenous Rights and National Expansion in Alex Kuo's Panda Diaries
  2. Wen Jin
  3. pp. 739-761
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  1. "Sowing Death in Our Women's Wombs": Modernization and Indigenous Nationalism in the 1960s Peace Corps and Jorge Sanjinés' Yawar Mallku
  2. Molly Geidel
  3. pp. 763-786
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  1. Preface
  2. Curtis Marez
  3. pp. v-vi
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  1. Introduction
  2. Paul Lai, Lindsey Claire Smith
  3. pp. 407-436
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 787-790
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