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.
Explores government and missionary attempts to assimilate Indians in boarding schools, and many of the student’s adaptive strategies for cultural preservation and resistance.
On Native foodways from all major cultural regions (Plains, Northwest Coast, Southeast, Northeast, Southwest) and on the death and rebirth of Native agriculture, subsistence, and food production. With recipes.
A much-reprinted article used widely in collegiate curricula (Native Studies and Women’s Studies); deals with images and representations—visual, material, philosophical—of Native American women in American culture; the centrality of some of the representations (the Princess and the Squaw) to American popular culture and American identity.
A film which explores the impact of the Fred Harvey Company and early 20th century tourism on Native art and culture.