Native American Studies

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Under the Campus, the Land

Anishinaabe Futuring, Colonial Non-Memory, and the Origin of the University of Michigan

A critical examination of the role of U.S. universities in colonization

Chocolate Woman Dreams the Milky Way

Mapping Embodied Indigenous Performance

A unique in-depth study of a culture-specific approach to Indigenous dramaturgy that challenges Eurocentric ideologies

The Indians of the Western Great Lakes, 1615-1760

The stories of the Huron, Miami, Ottawa, Potawatomi, and Chippewa tribes in the years before contact with European settlers

The Spiral of Memory


Intimate, illuminating conversations with one of the most important voices in contemporary American poetry

Faith in Paper

The Ethnohistory and Litigation of Upper Great Lakes Indian Treaties

A comprehensive reference on the litigation of Indian treaty rights in the upper Great Lakes region

Footpaths and Bridges

Voices from the Native American Women Playwrights Archive

The first anthology to showcase the rich and diverse dramatic work of Native American women

Keewaydinoquay, Stories from My Youth

The stories of the Michigan childhood of a girl of both Anishinaabeg and English descent

The Indians of Hungry Hollow

Moving stories of struggle, survival, love, and hope from a 1930s northern Michigan Native American community

Arboretum America

A Philosophy of the Forest

A passionately intelligent, exquisitely illustrated guide to the native trees of the North American continent that offers an informative and entertaining blueprint for rebuilding the biosphere

At the Risk of Being Heard

Identity, Indigenous Rights, and Postcolonial States

An analysis of indigenous rights and the challenges confronting indigenous peoples in the twenty-first century

La Partera

Story of a Midwife

New Edition

The story of one woman's life in rural New Mexico and of her emergence as a community leader

The Heart as a Drum

Continuance and Resistance in American Indian Poetry

An accessible introduction to a wide range of contemporary poetry by Native Americans

Crashing Thunder

The Autobiography of an American Indian

A brotherly companion to Nancy Lurie's Mountain Wolf Woman

All My Relatives

Community in Contemporary Ethnic American Literatures

Challenges the prevailing notion that the work of all American writers reflects a sense of determined individualism

Eastern Ojibwa

Grammatical Sketch, Texts and Word List

Mountain Wolf Woman, Sister of Crashing Thunder

The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian

A classic ethnography of continuing importance