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- The American Indian Quarterly
- University of Nebraska Press
- The Racial Formation of American Indians: Negotiating Legitimate Identities within Tribal and Federal Law Volume 25, Number 2, Spring 2001, pp. 224-239
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This issue contains 15 articles in total
- Postindian Conversations (review)
- The Flayed God: The Mesoamerican Mythological Tradition: Sacred Texts and Images from Pre-Columbian Mexico and Central America (review)
- Night Sky, Morning Star (review)
- The Seminole Baptist Churches of Oklahoma: Maintaining a Traditional Community (review)
- Ohio Hopewell Community Organization (review)
- Dispossessing the Wilderness: Indian Removal and the Making of the National Parks, and: American Indians and National Parks (review)
- "EnCountering" Colonial Latin American Indian Chronicles: Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala's History of the "New" World
- Subverting the Captor's Language: Teaching Native Science to Students of Western Science
- We're Not There Yet, Kemo Sabe: Posting a Future for American Indian Literary Studies
- Indigenous Identity: What Is It and Who Really Has It?
- The Racial Formation of American Indians: Negotiating Legitimate Identities within Tribal and Federal Law
- Critical Mass and Other Crucial Factors in a Developing American Indian Studies Program
- The Teller and the Tale: History and the Oral Tradition in Elizabeth Cook-Lynn's Aurelia: A Crow Creek Trilogy
- "Different by Degree": Ella Cara Deloria, Zora Neale Hurston, and Franz Boas Contend with Race and Ethnicity
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