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Title & Authors Disciplines Themes Tribes
A Colonial “Living History” Museum Addresses Colonialism: Plimoth Plantation in the 21st Century

Nancy Koppelman
AnthropologyArtHistoryNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology Social Work and Sociology Cultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentEducation ReformFamily and YouthIndian IdentityMediaRacism and Prejudice Wampanoag
A Place to Live, A Place to Heal

Ane Berrett
Native American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology Social Work and Sociology Family and YouthFederal and State Relations and PolicyLaw and JusticeSelf Determination and Self Governance
A Tale of Two Totem Poles – the challenge and complexity of Native art acquisition and stewardship

Jeanne P. Leader
ArtHistoryNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationSociology ActivismCommunity DevelopmentCultural PreservationEducation ReformIndian IdentityLeadershipSacred SitesTreaty Rights and Sovereignty TlingitTulalip
Aboriginal Education Funding: Who’s In Control?

Alex Marshall
EducationPolitical Science and Public Administration ActivismEconomic DevelopmentIntergovernmental RelationsInternational IndigenousTribal Governance
Addressing Climate Change at a Tribal Level

Steve Robinson and Michael T. Alesko
Environmental Studies ActivismClimate ChangeCommunity DevelopmentEnvironmental Restoration Swinomish
Alaska Native and American Indian Policy: A Comparative Case

Linda Moon Stumpff
AnthropologyBusiness and ManagementGeographyHistoryLawNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration ActivismCommunity DevelopmentCultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentFederal and State Relations and PolicyHealth and WellnessIntergovernmental RelationsLandLaw and JusticeLeadershipSalmonTreaty Rights and SovereigntyTribal GovernanceTribal Membership Enrollment and Citizenship Alaska NativeMorongoNavajoOnondagaSeminoleSquaxin IslandTulalip
Alberta’s Oil Sands and the Rights of First Nations Peoples to Environmental Health
Lori Lambert, PhD, DS
Environmental StudiesGeologyHealth ActivismClimate ChangeEconomic DevelopmentEnergyEnvironmental JusticeIntergovernmental RelationsInternational IndigenousNatural Resources
Ancestral Roots and Changing Landscapes: The Impact of Seattle's Development on the Salish People of Central Puget Sound

Brian Footen
Environmental Studies Environmental RestorationLandLaw and JusticeSalmonSelf Determination and Self GovernanceTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Coast Salish People of Puget Sound
Are Tribal Compact Schools the Answer to Improving Native Student Success in Washington?
Teresa Winstead, John Hopkins and Michael Vendiola
Social Work and SociologyAnthropologyEconomicsEducationHistoryPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology Community DevelopmentCultural PreservationEducation ReformFederal and State Relations and PolicyLaw and JusticeLeadershipNatural ResourcesTreaty Rights and SovereigntyTribal Governance LummiMuckleshootSuquamish
Back to the Bison: The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes and the National Bison Range

Linda Moon Stumpff
Environmental StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration ActivismCultural PreservationIntergovernmental RelationsLandLaw and JusticeLeadershipSelf Determination and Self GovernanceTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Confederated Tribes of Salish Kootenai
Back to the Cradle: Love and Other Relationships

Mary Big Bow, MSW
Psychology Social Work and Sociology Family and YouthHealth and Wellness
Back to the Future: Dam Removal and Native Salmon Restoration on the Elwha River

Brian Footen and Jovana Brown
BiologyEnvironmental StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration Environmental RestorationFederal and State Relations and PolicyIntergovernmental RelationsLeadershipSalmonTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Lower Elwha Klallam
Blowing in the Wind: The Navajo Nation and Uranium

Jovana J. Brown, PhD and Lori Lambert, PhD, DS, RN
Environmental StudiesHealth Economic DevelopmentEnergyHealth and Wellness Navajo
Boundless Water and Bounded People: The Cultural and Social Implications of Shellfish Closures in Boundary Bay

Emma S. Norman, Ph.D.
Environmental StudiesNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration Environmental JusticeIntergovernmental RelationsTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Lummi
Bridging Two Worlds: Developing and Maintaining a Native American Center at a Public College

Tina Kuckkahn-Miller, J.D. (Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe), Longhouse Director, The Evergreen State College
ArtBusiness and ManagementEducationNative American Studies ActivismCultural PreservationEducation Reform
Can the needs for environmental protection and biodiversity and the needs of indigenous people be reconciled?

Robert S. Cole
Environmental StudiesNative American Studies ActivismClimate ChangeEnvironmental JusticeInternational Indigenous
Cape Wind and the Sacred Sunrise of the Wampanoag: A Victory for Whom?

Kathleen M. Saul
Environmental StudiesNative American Studies ActivismEconomic DevelopmentEnergySacred Sites
Child Care Considerations at the Skinny Raven Casino

Gawlik, Dennis, Kate Lancaster, and Linda Lovett
Business and ManagementEconomicsEthicsPolitical Science and Public Administration Economic DevelopmentGamingLaw and JusticeTribal Governance
Climate Change Implications for the Quileute and Hoh Tribes

Chelsie Papiez
Biology Climate Change Hoh RiverQuileute
Co-Management of Puget Sound Salmon: How well does the Use and Collection of Shared Fishery Science between Tribes and the State Guide Resource Protection?

Brian Footen
BiologyBusiness and ManagementEnvironmental StudiesNative American StudiesQuantitative Reasoning ActivismEnvironmental RestorationIntergovernmental RelationsLandLaw and JusticeSalmonSelf Determination and Self GovernanceTreaty Rights and Sovereignty