The list of selected staff publications may be searched by keyword or author and can be sorted by year.
Examines deep divides at the height of the Progressive Era as expressed through holidays and holiday imagery.
A landmark sound recording in 2 volumes, of the music of contemporary American Indian women.
An article on bringing Vance Randolph’s “bawdy” Ozark folktales to print.
A film that explores the centrality of corn to Pueblo culture, history and health and the death and rebirth of corn agriculture in Pueblo country.
An introduction to an exhibition on Indian education at Hampton Institute with a brief history and analysis of US policy and practice in the education of Indians in the 19th and twentieth centuries.
An article on a particular genre of oral tradition, the anecdote, and its appearance in oral tradition relative to images and representations of Indians.
A film which examines the Pueblo struggle to retain their land and their sovereignty in the face of invasion and domination attempts by Europeans and Americans.