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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
Cape Wind and the Sacred Sunrise of the Wampanoag: A Victory for Whom?

Kathleen M. Saul
Environmental StudiesNative American Studies ActivismEconomic DevelopmentEnergySacred Sites
Sacred Sites Sustaining Tribal Economies: The Mescalero Apache

Henderson, Martha L.
EconomicsHistoryNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration Community DevelopmentCultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentSacred Sites Mescalero Apache
skwadi’lic, Board Feet, and the Cedar Tree

Kurt W. Russo, PhD
AnthropologyCommunicationsEnvironmental StudiesNative American StudiesPsychology Social Work and Sociology ActivismCultural PreservationEnvironmental JusticeIndian IdentityIntergovernmental RelationsLandNatural ResourcesRacism and PrejudiceSacred SitesTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Lummi
The Salmon They are My Brothers: A Story of the Lower Snake River Dams
Kathleen M. Saul
BiologyEnergyEnvironmental StudiesHistoryLawNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration ActivismClimate ChangeCultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentEnvironmental JusticeEnvironmental RestorationFederal and State Relations and PolicyIntergovernmental RelationsLeadershipSacred SitesSalmon Confederated Tribes of Warm SpringsConfederated Tribes of YakamaLower Elwha KlallamNez PerceSwinomishUmatilla
Water Quality, Environment and Ethics Under Conditions of Climate Change: Who Speaks for the San Francisco Peaks?

Linda Moon Stumpff
BiologyEnvironmental StudiesHealthLawNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration ActivismClimate ChangeCultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentLaw and JusticeLeadershipSacred Sites ApacheHavasupaiHopiNavajo
What should be displayed? Native arts in museums and on the runways
Melanie King
Social Work and SociologyAnthropologyArtCommunicationsHistoryLawNative American StudiesPsychology ActivismCultural AppropriationCultural PreservationFederal and State Relations and PolicyIndian IdentityLaw and JusticeLeadershipMediaSacred Sites