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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
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
Environmentalism Across Cultural Borders

Sarah S Works, J.D.
Business and ManagementEconomicsEnvironmental StudiesHealthLawPolitical Science and Public Administration Economic DevelopmentIntergovernmental RelationsLaw and JusticeTreaty Rights and Sovereignty HopiNavajo
Hantavirus and the Navajo Nation: A Double Jeopardy Disease

Linda Moon Stumpff
HealthNative American Studies Health and WellnessIndigenous Science Navajo
Honoring Our Children: Acceptance within the Indian Community

Arviso, Vivian
EducationEthicsPsychology Social Work and Sociology ActivismEducation ReformFamily and YouthHealth and WellnessLeadershipTribal Governance Navajo
Is Anybody Listening?

Charles Luckmann
AnthropologyHistoryNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration ActivismCultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentEnergyFederal and State Relations and PolicyLaw and JusticeTreaty Rights and SovereigntyTribal Governance HopiNavajo
Luna / Tsu-xiit the “Whale”: Governance Across (Political and Cultural) Borders

Emma S. Norman, Ph.D., Northwest Indian College
AnthropologyBiologyEthicsNative American Studies ActivismIndigenous ScienceLeadershipMedia Mowachaht/MuchalahtNavajo
Reconciliation and Resistance: The Pueblo Indian Revolt and the Sante Fe Fiesta

Linda Moon Stumpff
AnthropologyCultural StudiesEducationHistoryLawMedia StudiesNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationTheatre Cultural PreservationEducation ReformIntergovernmental RelationsMediaRacism and Prejudice ApacheNavajoNew Mexico Pueblo
Should the Navajo Nation Build a Coal-Fired Power Plant?

Jovana Brown and Nora Trahant
Environmental Studies ActivismCommunity DevelopmentEconomic DevelopmentEnergyFederal and State Relations and PolicyHealth and WellnessLand Navajo
Should Tribes Legalize Marijuana?

Amber Seachord and Barbara Leigh Smith
Business and ManagementEconomicsHealthNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology Social Work and Sociology Community DevelopmentEconomic DevelopmentFamily and YouthFederal and State Relations and PolicyHealth and WellnessHuman ServicesIntergovernmental RelationsLeadershipSelf Determination and Self GovernanceTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Alaska NativeApacheChipewyan CreeChistochinaCoast Salish People of Puget SoundConfederated Tribes of Salish KootenaiConfederated Tribes of Warm SpringsConfederated Tribes of YakamaCreeGila RiverHavasupaiHoh RiverHopiInuitInupiaqIroquoisLac de Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa IndiansLeech Lake Band of OjibweLower Elwha KlallamLummiMakahMentastaMescalero ApacheMorongoMount Sanford Tribal ConsortiumMowachaht/MuchalahtNavajoNez PerceNisquallyOjibweOnondagaOsagePapiez Confederated Tribes of YakamaQuileuteQuinaultSanta Clara PuebloSeminoleSkokomishSquaxin IslandSwinomishTulalipWampanoagWhite Earth Nation
The Navajo Horse Policy Dilemma: Too Many Horses? T’ooahayoo Nihilii?

Linda Moon Stumpff, PhD
BiologyEnvironmental StudiesLawNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration Cultural PreservationEnvironmental RestorationIndigenous ScienceIntergovernmental RelationsLand Navajo
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