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Beyond Red Power New Perspectives on American Indian Politics and Activism

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ISBN-10: 1930618867

ISBN-13: 9781930618862

Edition: 2007

Authors: Daniel M. Cobb, Loretta Fowler

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Whether contesting termination locally, demanding reparations for stolen lands in the federal courts, or placing their case for decolonization in a global context, American Indians use institutions and political rhetorics that they did not necessarily create to their own ends.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: School for Advanced Research Press/SAR Press
Publication date: 10/16/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.320
Language: English

William T. Hagan is professor emeritus of history at the University of Oklahoma and the author of The Sac and Fox Indians, Indian Police and Judges, United States-Comanche Relations, and The Indian Rights Association.Daniel M. Cobb is associate professor of American studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Loretta Fowler is professor of anthropology at the University of Oklahoma. She is the author of Arapahoe Politics, 1851-1978: Symbols in Crises of Authority; Shared Symbols, Contested Meanings: Gros Ventre Culture and History, 1778-1984; The Arapaho; and Tribal Sovereignty and the Historical Imagination: Cheyenne-Arapaho Politics.

Witness to Change: Fifty Years of Indian Activism and Tribal Politics
Missing the Point: Academic Experts and American Indian Politics
The Foundations of Federal Indian Law and Us Application in the Twentieth Century
Continuing Encounters: Historical Perspectives
At the Headwaters of a Twentieth-Century "Indian" Political Agenda: Rethinking the Origins of the Society of American Indians
The Citizenship of Dance: Politics of Music among the Lakota, 1900-1924
"In a name of justice and fairness": The Mississippi Choctaw Indian Federation versus the BIA, 1934
Terminating the Choctaws
Indians, the Counterculture, and the New Left
Talking the Language of the Larger World: Politics in Cold War (Native) America
In the Arena: An Expert Witness View of the Indian Claims Commission
Sovereignty in Action: Contemporary Perspectives
Tribal Sovereignty Movements Compared: The Plains Region
States of Sovereignty: Race Shifting, Recognition, and Rights in Cherokee Country
Tribal Courts and Tribal States in the Era of Self-Determination: An Ojibwe Case Study
Florida Seminole Gaming and Local Sovereign Interdependency
Miami Indian Language and Cultural Research at Miami University
Conclusion: Education, Art, and Activism