Harvard Indian College
Committee on Ethnic Studies
the first of two Native Studies Conferences for 2004-2005
On Our Own Ground:
Mapping Indigeneity within the Academy
A National Conference
September 17 - 18, 2004
12 Quincy Street
Free and Open to the Public
No Registration Fees
Philip J. Deloria (Standing Rock Sioux), Ph.D. in American Studies, Yale University, 1994
"Indians in Unexpected Places"
How do we tell the national story of the encounter with modernity? Is it possible to do so while taking account of Indian people as anything other than imagined primitives? Considering a number of seemingly anomalous figures — Indian opera singers, baseball players, Hollywood actors, automobile owners— this talk will suggest a distinctly native engagement with the early twentieth century modern.
Issues of culture and representation, particularly concerning American Indian people; Environmental and Western American history.
- Playing Indian (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1998).
- Indians in Unexpected Places (University Press of Kansas, forthcoming 2004).
- The Blackwell Companion to American Indian History , co-edited with Neal Salisbury (Cambridge: Blackwell, 2002).
- “Thinking Self and Subject in a Family Way,” Journal of American History 89:1(June 2002): 25-29.
- “Richard White and the Politics of Knowledge,” Western Historical Quarterly 32:2 (Summer 2002).
- “Vine Deloria Sr.,” The New Warriors: American Indian Leadership in the Twentieth Century ed. R. David Edmunds (Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2001).
- “I Am of the Body: Thoughts on My Grandfather, Sports, and Culture,” South Atlantic Quarterly 95:2 (Summer 1996): 321-338.
Arturo Arias, Ph.D. in Sociology of Literature, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 1978
"The Maya and Cultural Agency"
Delineates how the Maya's efforts to avoid big hurdles and to cope with everyday life has led over the last 25 years not only to cultural empowerment, but also to the radical transformation of the cultural landscape of their country, the Mesoamerican region as a whole, and the cultural corridors which connect them with indigenous populations in the U.S. and Canada.
Issues of Ethnicity; Subaltern identity.
- Sopa de caracol (2004)
- "After the Rigoberta Menchú Controversy: Lessons Learned About the Nature of Subalternity and the Specifics of the Indigenous Subject" in MLN, Vol. 117, No. 2, March 2002
- Miguel Angel Asturias's Mulata (2001)
- The Rigoberta Menchú Controversy, ed. with Elizabeth Chin (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001)
- “Authoring Ethnicized Subjects: Rigoberta Menchú and the Performative Production of the Subaltern Self," PMLA Vol. 116, No. 1, January 2001
- La identidad de la palabra (1998)
- Gestos Ceremoniales (1998)
- Cascabel (1998).
- Los caminos de Paxil (1991)
- After the Bombs (1990)
- Jaguar en Llamas (1989)
History and Literature
12 Quincy Street
Cambridge , MA 02138
"Re-mapping Indigenous Education: Samson Occom's Montauk School"
Early American Indian Writing, Contemporary American Indian Literature, Oral Traditions, American Indian History, Indigenous Intellectual Traditions, Ecology/Environmentalism and Native Communities, Native Northeastern Culture and Diplomacy, Gender in American Indian Studies, Language and Indigenous Epistemology.
- “Two Paths to Peace: Competing Visions of the Common Pot in the Ohio Valley .” In The Boundaries Between Us: Natives, Newcomers, and the Struggle for the Old Northwest, 1740-1840 , ed. Daniel P. Barr (Kent State University Press, forthcoming).
- “Fred Wiseman's ‘The Voice of the Dawn: An Autohistory of the Abenaki Nation,” A Review, New England Quarterly (December 2001).
Tara Browner (Choctaw), Ph.D. in Music History/Musicology, University of Michigan, 1995
"Indigenous Knowledge, Western Historiography, and the Study of Native North American Music"
Native North American music and dance; Native North American contemporary music; musical imagery of Indians in popular culture; indigenous concepts of music theory, American music
- Heartbeat of the People: Music and Dance of the Northern Pow-Wow ( University of Illinois Press, 2002).
- "Making and Singing Pow-wow Songs: Text, Form, and the Significance of Culture-Based Analysis," Ethnomusicology 44:2 (2000): 214-233.
Catherine A. Corman, Ph.D. in American Studies, Yale University, 1998
Independent Scholar and Writer,
Nonresident Fellow, Charles Warren Center for American History, Harvard University
The Charles Warren Center
Emerson Hall 4th floor
Cambridge, MA 02138
"Right Hands, Writing Hands: The Friendship of Elias Boudinot and The Rev. Samuel Austin Worcester"
North American cultural history, with particular interests in the history of the book and the American West
Oneida Nation, worked to substantiate land claims in New York State lawsuit;
WGBH Boston, Advising writers and web designers developing an NEH-sponsored, animated children's series based on author Jon Sciezksa's Time Warp Trio series of juvenile historical fiction
- ADD! That's Me! (Walker & Co., forthcoming autumn 2005).
- Reading, Writing, and Removal: Native American Literacies, 1824-1851 (University of California Press, forthcoming autumn 2006).
- "9/11 and Acoma Pueblo" Common- place ( forthcoming, Autumn 2004).
- "That this belt joins our words and makes them stronger: Wampum, Literacy, and Exchange in Colonial New France" (submitted for consideration, American Historical Review ).
- "Teaching—and Learning from—Carey McWilliams" California Historical Quarterly , 80 (4): 2001-02.
- "Take Me Back to Texas " Texas Observer ( May 2000).
- "Sorting Disciplinary Boundaries" American Quarterly 52:3 ( September 2000).
John Putnam Demos, M.A. in History, University of California - Berkeley, 1961
Samuel Knight Professor of American History and Professor of American Studies
Department of History
Hall of Graduate Studies
320 York Street
P.O. Box 208324
New Haven , CT 06520-8324
"The Cornwall Foreign Mission School"
Early Colonial American history; Family History
- Circles & Lines: The Shape of Life in Early America (Cambridge , MA : Harvard University Press, 2004).
- The Tried and the True: Native American Women Confronting Colonization (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995).
- The Unredeemed Captive: A Family Story from Early America (New York: Alfred A. Knopf 1994).
- Past, Present and Personal: The Family and the Life Course in American History (New York: Oxford University Press, 1986).
- Entertaining Satan: Witchcraft and the Culture of Early New England ( Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983).
- Turning Points: Historical and Sociological Essays on the Family , ed. with Sarene Spence Boocock (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1978).
- Remarkable Providences: Readings on Early American History (New York, G. Braziller, 1972).
- A Little Commonwealth: Family Life in Plymouth Colony ( Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1970).
Beverley Diamond, Ph.D in Musicology, University of Toronto
Director and Canada Research Chair in Traditional Music, Ethnomusicology
"First Nations Recording Artists and the Uses of Media"
This paper will explore how Native American recording artists have used audio recordings as forms of social action, how the technology itself has inflected the meanings of the performances, and changed the nature of the
struggle over cultural appropriation. The presentation builds on ethnographic research in recording studios and
interviews with indigenous recording artists about their musical choices, recording studio experiences, and
intellectual property concerns.
Native music cultures in North America ; Canadian music historiography; Issues relating to gender and performance
- Canadian Music: Issues of Media and Technology (Forthcoming).
- “Native American Contemporary Music: The Women,” World of Music (2002).
- Music and Gender , ed. with Pirkko Moisala ( Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 2000).
- Visions of Sound: Musical Instruments of First Nations Communities in Northeastern America , with M. Sam Cronk and F. van Rosen (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994).
- Canadian Music: Issues of Hegemony and Identity, ed. with Robert Witner (Canadian Scholars Press, 1994).
Karl Eschbach, Ph.D. in Sociology, Harvard University, 1992
Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Geriatrics
"American Indian population growth at the start of the 21st Century"
- "Changes in Self-Identification of American Indians and Alaska Natives." Demography 30 (1993): 635-652.
- “The Enduring and Vanishing American Indian: American Indian Population Growth and Intermarriage in 1990,” Ethnic and Racial Studies 18, no. 1(1995): 89-108.
- “Immigration and Racial and Ethnic Inequality in the United States ,” Annual Review of Sociology 21 (1995):419-46, with Mary Waters.
- “The Resurgent Indian,” American Studies 39, no. 3 (1998): 175-182.
“Choosing Hispanic Identity: Ethnic Identity Switching Among Respondents to High School and Beyond,” Social Science Quarterly 79, no. 1 (1998): 74-90, with C. Gómez.
- “Changes in Racial Identification and the Educational Attainment of American Indians,” Demography 35(1):35-43; 1998, with K. Supple and C. Matthew Snipp.
- “ Who Goes to Powwows?: Evidence from the Survey of American Indians and Alaska Natives,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 24, no. 4 (2000): 65-83, with K. Applbaum.
- “American Indian Migration and Spatial Distribution in the Twentieth Century,” in Population Mobility and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia and North America , eds. John Taylor and Martin Bell ( New York : Routledge, 2002): 75-93.
Eva Garroutte (Cherokee), Ph.D. in Sociology, Princeton University, 1993
Associate Professor of Sociology
“Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of Native America”
American Indian and Racial-ethnic identity; Radical Indigenism; Medical sociology; Issues of Health Policy and American Indians.
- Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of Native America ( University of California Press, 2003).
Angela Gonzales (Hopi ), Ph.D. in Sociology, Harvard University, 2002
Assistant Professor of Development Sociology and American Indian Studies
"American Indian Identity Matters: Conflicts in Epistemology and Methodology"
American Indian ethnicity and identity; Nationalism and Tribal Sovereignty; Comparative Race and Ethnic relations in the United States; Social movements and processes of cultural change; American Indian religious traditions and philosophy; Gender studies; Indigenous knowledge and Intellectual property rights.
- "American Indians: America 's Most Rural Population." In Challenges for Rural America in the Twenty First Century , ed. David L. Brown and Louis E. Swanson ( Penn State University Press, 2003).
- "Gaming and Displacement: Winners and Losers in American Indian Casino Development." International Social Sciences Journal 175, no. 1 (2003): 123-133.
- "Tribal Membership or National Citizenship?: The Ideological Origins of Tribal Citizenship." In Tribes Moving Forward: Engaging in the Process of Governmental and Constitutional Reform with K. Dietz, ed. Joseph Kalt ( Los Angeles : University of California Press, 2003).
- "Urban (Trans)Formations: Changes in the Use and Meaning of American Indian Identity." In American Indians and the Urban Experience , ed. Susan Lobo and Kurt Peters ( Walnut Creek , CA : Alta Mira Press, 2001), pp. 169-185.
- "The (Re) Articulation of American Indian Identity: Maintaining Boundaries and Regulating Access to Ethnically tied Resources." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 22, no. 4 (1998): 199-225.
- "Engendering Identity and Power in Native North America ." In Gender Mosaics: Social Perspectives , with Judy Kertész , ed. Dana Vannoy ( Los Angeles , CA : Roxbury Press, 2001), pp. 43-52.
Deron Marquez (San Manuel Band of Mission Indians), Ph.D. Candidate in Politics & Public Policy, Claremont Graduate University
Tribal Sovereignty and Nationalism; Tribal gaming
Congressional Testimony, Subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health of the Committee on Resources," H.R. 3846, Tribal Forest Protection Act of 2004 (April 21, 2004).
Congressional Testimony, "Tribal Sovereignty Protection Act," United States House of Representatives, Hearing on H.R. 103 (April 17, 2002).
Congressional Testimony, "Tribal Sovereignty Protection Act," United States House of Representatives, Hearing on H.R. 103 (April 17, 2002).
Response to Fred Dickey, 'Who's Watching the Casinos?' Op Ed, Los Angeles Times (13 March 2004)
"Misrepresentations Perpetuated by Mr. Schwartzenegger," Open Letter to Members of the Press (1 October 2003).
"Question and Answer with Chairman Deron Marquez," Global Gaming Business (July 1, 2003).
"National Impact Study will document economic realities," Indian Country Today (June 18, 2003).
Eduardo Rapiman (Mapuche)
Audra Simpson (Kahnawake Mohawk), Ph.D. in Anthropology, McGill University, 2004
Assistant Professor of Anthropology and American Indian Studies
“Nationalism and Its Contents: Mohawk Citizenship-Formation in the Face of Empire”
Contemporary political theorists assign forms of indigenous nationalism to the
space of self-designation and thus to the normative and vexing question of
accommodation and recognition. Indigenous nationalism is used as a test of
limits of the legal and liberal imagination and in the case of deliberative
democracy, as a test to reason itself. Expressions of Indigenous nationhood
nationalism, palpable in Canada and in some pockets of Indian country in the
US, force liberal theorists to ask 'how are we to accommodate claims to
difference that may fundamentally challenge our own sense of what is just and
right?' The task of this paper is to vex this question further, to reveal the "universalist" and ethnocentric premise that underpins citizenship theory, and concomitant processes of recognition and 'accommodation' by taking an
ethnographic turn to the logics and limits of political recognition within an
Indigenous nation. This ethnographic turn will dwell within the interior
frontiers of sovereignty, as questions and claims to citizenship are worked
within a reserve ("reservation") community in Canada. The
of this community happens resolutely against the face of colonialism and
as its citizenry not only works matters out in the face of the Canadian State,
but also as they travel across the International Boundary line into other
spaces and places of settler society.
Nationhood; citizenship; colonialism; borders (US-Canada); the Iroquois (Mohawk)
- 2000 "Paths Toward a Mohawk Nation: Narratives of Citizenship and Nationhood in Kahnawake." Duncan Ivison, Paul Patton and Will Sanders (eds.). Political Theory and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press Pp: 113-136.
- 1999 Volume Editor, Recherches amerindiennes au Québec "Iroquois au présent du passé" Vol. XXIX, no. 2. "Introduction: Au delà de la tradition des études iroquoises traditionelles" [translated from English by Dominque Legros] Recherches amerindiennes au Québec Vol. XXIX, no. 2 1999- 3-9.
- 1998 "The Empire Laughs Back: Tradition, Power and Play in the Work of Shelley Niro and Ryan Rice." Sylvia S. Kasprycki with Doris Stambrau and Alexandra Roth, (eds.). IroquoisART: Visual Expressions of Contemporary Native American Artists .
Russell Thornton (Cherokee), Ph.D. in Sociology, Florida State University, 1968
Professor of Sociology
“The Importance of Being Tribal: Surviving 500 Years of American Indian Population History”
American Indian population history since the arrival of Columbus has focused on numbers of American Indians through the ensuring centuries, including the recovery of the American Indian population since circa 1900. This presentation focuses upon the survival of American Indians as tribal people.
American Indian historical demography; American Indian Revitalization movements,; Contemporary American Indian Issues.
- The Night the Stars Fell: Lakota Winter Counts at the Smithsonian Institution ( Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press , forthcoming), co-editor with Candace Greene.
- “Demographic History,” in Volume 14, Southeast, Handbook of North American Indians , vol. ed. Raymond D. Fogelson (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, forthcoming).
- “The Navajo–U.S. Population Mortality Crossover since the Mid-20 th Century,” Population Research and Policy Review (2004) 23: 291-308.
- “A Report of a New Mandan Calendric Chart,” Ethnohistory 50 (2003): 697-705.
- “A Rosebud Reservation Winter Count, circa 1751-52 to 1886-87,” Ethnohistory 49 (2002): 723-41.
- “Trends Among American Indians in the United States .” In America Becoming: Racial Trends and Their Consequences , eds. J. Smelser, W. J. Wilson, and F. Mitchell (Washington, D. C.: National Academy Press, 2001).
- “Population History of North American Indians.” In A History of Population in North America , Michael Haines and Richard Steckel, eds. ( Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000).
- Studying Native America : Problems and Prospects , ed. (University of Wisconsin Press, 1998).
“Aboriginal North American Population Size and Rates of Population Decline, Circa A.D. 1500 to 1900,” Current Anthropology 38 (1997): 310-15.
- The Cherokees: A Population History , with the assistance of C. Matthew Snipp and Nancy Breen (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1990).
- American Indian Holocaust and Survival: A Population History Since 1492 (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987).
Robert Allen Warrior (Osage), Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary
"American Indian Intellectual Histories"
Focuses on some of the ways a growing awareness of American Indian intellectual history informs and challenges the ways that contemporary scholars formulate Native American studies. I will pay particular attention to William Apess and other nineteenth century Native intellectuals.
American and American Indian writing; Construction of literary theory and criticism; History of the book
- Like a Hurricane: The Indian Movement from Alcatraz to Wounded Knee , with Paul Chaat Smith (New York: New Press, 1996).
- Tribal Secrets: Recovering American Indian Intellectual Traditions (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1995).
"Reorienting Native Studies: Finding Common Ground between Native Academics and First Nations"
Comparative politics; American political theory; Federal Indian policy; Tribal government; History of colonialism and Native peoples; Tribal Sovereignty and the U.S. Supreme Court.
- The Legal Universe, co-authored with Vine Deloria, Jr. (Forthcoming, 2004)
- Native Voices: American Indian Identity and Resistance , co-edited with Richard A. Grounds and George Tinker (Lawrence , KS : University Press of Kansas, 2003)
- The Navajo Political Experience , Revised ed. ( Lanham , MD : Rowman & Littlefield, 2003)
- American Indian Politics and the American Political System ( Lanham , MD : Rowman & Littlefield, 2002)
- Uneven Ground: American Indian Sovereignty and Federal Law, co-authored with Tsianina Lomawaima. (Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 2001)
- Tribes, Treaties, and Constitutional Tribulations, co-authored with Vine Deloria, Jr. (Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1999) The Navajo Political Experience (Tsaile, AZ: Diné College Press, 1999)
- American Indian Sovereignty and the U.S. Supreme Court: The Masking of Justice (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1997)
- Dine' Bibeehaz'aanii: A Handbook of Navajo Government (Tsaile, AZ: Navajo Community College Press, 1987) "The Federal Courts & Indigenous Identity," Western Legal History , vol. 13, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 2000): 83-119
- "The Manipulation of Indigenous Status: The Federal Government As Shape Shifter," Stanford Law & Policy Review , vol. 12, no. 2 (Spring 2001): 223-235
- "An Inquiry Into Indigenous Political Participation: Implications for Tribal Sovereignty," Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy , vol. 9, no. 4 (Summer 2000): 732-751.
- "A Constitutional Conundrum: The Resilience of Tribal Sovereignty During American Nationalism and Expansion: 1810-1871," Oklahoma State University Law Review , vol. 25, no's 1 & 2 (Spring & Summer 2000): 87-118
- "Henry Berry Lowry: Champion of the Dispossessed," Race, Gender, and Class , vol. 3, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 97-111.
- "'Constructing' Nations Within States: The Quest for Federal Recognition by the Catawba and Lumbee Tribes," American Indian Quarterly , vol. 19, no. 3 (Summer 1995): 361-388.
Craig S. Womack (Muskogee), Ph.D. in English Literature, University of Oklahoma, 1994
Assistant Professor of English
"A Retrospective View of Literary Nationalism"
Native American literatures; Gay and Lesbian literature
- Drowning in Fire , a novel (Tucson : University of Arizona Press , 2001)
- Red on Red: Native American Literary Separatism (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1999)
Michael Yellow Bird (Sahnish/Hidatsa), Ph.D. in Social Welfare, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Associate Professor of American Studies and Director for the Center for Indigenous Nations Studies
"The Demography of War: Indigenous Peoples and the U.S. War on Terrorism"
Indigenous Peoples, U.S. foreign policy, oral
histories of Native Vietnam combat veterans, the effects of colonialism and
methods of decolonization, Indigenous men, human rights, and Indigenous
political prisoners and prisoner rights.
"Cowboys and Indians: Toys of Genocide, Icons of American Colonialism" in Wicazo Sa Review, 19, no 2, (Fall 2004).
For Indigenous Eyes Only: The Decolonization Workbook, with Angela Cavender Wilson, eds. (Forthcoming)
Social Work Practice with First Nations Peoples (Forthcoming)
We're In This World A Short Time: Narrative of Healing Among the Sahnish (Forthcoming)
Disarming Colonialism: A First Nation's Social Worker's Manifesto (Forthcoming)
“Indian, American Indian, and Native Americas : Counterfeit Identities,” Winds of Change: A Magazine for American Indian Education and Opportunity 14, no. 1 (1999)
Lisa Brooks (Abenaki), Ph.D. in English Literature (w/minor in American Indian Studies), Cornell University
12 Quincy Street
Cambridge , MA 02138
Joe Kalt, Ph.D. in Economics, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), 1980
Economic implications and political origins of the government regulation of markets; Industrial Organization; Economics of Antitrust and Regulation; Natural Resource Economics; Public Choice and Political Economy; Microeconomic Theory.
What Can Tribes Do: Strategies and Institutions in American Indian Economic Development, Vol.II , ed. with Amy L. Besaw and Stephen Cornell (UCLA American Indian Studies Program, University of California Press, forthcoming 2003)
The First Nations Governance Act: Implications of Research Findings from the United States and Canada , with Stephen Cornell and Miriam Jorgensen (Report to the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations, July 2002)
“Means-Testing Indian Governments: Taxing What Works,” with Jonathan Taylor. In Taking Sides: Race and Ethnicity , ed. Richard C. Monk (McGraw-Hill/Dushkin, 2001).
Building American Indian Nations for the 21st Century , with Stephen Cornell ( University of California Press, 2001).
“Where's the Glue? Institutional and Cultural Foundations of American Indian Economic Development” with Stephen Cornell, The Journal of Socio-Economics 29 (2000)
“Sovereignty and Nation-Building: The Development Challenge in Indian Country Today,” with Stephen Cornell, The American Indian Culture and Research Journal 22, no. 3 (February 1999)
"Successful Economic Development and Heterogeneity of Governmental Form on American Indian Reservations," as chapter 10 of Merilee S. Grindle, Getting Good Government: Capacity Building in the Public Sectors of Developing Countries , with Stephen Cornell (Harvard Institute for International Development by the President and Fellows of Harvard College, 1997)
"Precedent and Legal Argument in U.S. Trade Policy: Do They Matter to the Political Economy of the Lumber Dispute?," The Political Economy of Trade Protection Anne O. Krueger, ed. (University of Chicago Press, 1996).
"Where Does Economic Development Really Come From? Constitutional Rule Among the Contemporary Sioux and Apache," with Stephen Cornell, Economic Inquiry (September 1995)
“Statement Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs” re: Sustainable Economic Development on American Indian Reservations (September 17, 1996)
What Can Tribes Do? Strategies and Institutions in American Indian Economic Development , Vol.I, ed. with Stephen Cornell (University of California Press, 1992)
Jill Lepore, Ph.D. in American Studies, Yale University
Colonial British North America, American Revolution and the Early Republic , US cultural history, with a particular interest in the history of print and of race and violence.
- New York Burning: Liberty and Slavery in an Eighteenth-Century City (Forthcoming, 2005)
- A Is For American: Letters and Other Characters in the Newly United States (2002)
- Encounters in the New World : A History in Documents (1999)
- The Name of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity (1998)
- Co-founder and co-editor of Common-place (www.common-place.org) an online American history magazine
C. Matthew Snipp (Cherokee), Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Demographics, Social stratification, Race and Ethnicity
- "Ethnic Reorganization: American Indian Social, Economic, Political and Cultrual Strategies for Survival," with Joane Nagel, Ethnic and Racial Studies 16 (1993): 203-35
- "American Indians and Economic Poverty," with Gene F. Summers, In Rural Poverty in America, ed. Cynthia M. Duncan (Auburn House, 1992)
- American Indian Fertility Patterns: 1910 and 1940 to 1990," with Russell Thornton and Gary D. Sandefur, American Indian Quarterly 15 (Summer 1991): 359-367
- American Indians: The First of this Land (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1989)
- "On the Costs of Being American Indian: Ethnic Identity and Economic Opportunity," Institute for Social Science Research IV - Conference on Comparative Ethnicity: The Conference Papers, Working Paper 25 (June 1, 1988)
- "Earnings of American Indians and Alaskan Natives: The Effects of Residence and Migration," with Gary D. Sandefur, Social Forces 6 (June 1988): 994-1008
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, University of Michigan, 1977
Ethiopian music; Musical diversity in North America ; Musical ethnography; Music and memory
Soundscapes: Exploring Music in a Changing World (New York : Norton, 2001)
Soundscapes Classical: Case Studies from the Western Classical Repertory (New York :, Norton, 2001)
Studies in Jewish Musical Traditions: Insights from the Harvard Collection of Judaica Sound Recordings , ed. (Cambridge , MA : Harvard College Library, 2001)
A Century of Ethnomusicological Thought , ed. (New York: Garland, 1990)
Ethnomusicological Theory and Method , ed. (New York: Garland, 1990)
Music, Ritual, and Falasha History (East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1989)
Doris Sommer, Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, Rutgers University, 1977
The Americas ; 19th-Century Narrative; Latin American Women's Literature; Ethnic Literatures.
Bilingual Aesthetics: A New Sentimental Education ( Durham , NC : Duke University Press, 2004)
Bilingual Games: Some Literary Investigations , ed. ( New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003)
The Places of History: Regionalism Revisited in Latin America , ed. (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1999)
Proceed with Caution, when engaged by Minority Writing in the Americas (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1999)
Foundational Fictions: The National Romances of Latin America (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991)
One Master for Another: Populism as Patriarchal Rhetoric in Dominican Novels (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1983)
Werner Sollors, Dr. phil., Freie Universität Berlin, 1975
American Literature; American Studies; Ethnicity; Comparative Literature; Themes and Motifs
An Anthology of Interracial Literature : Black-White Contacts in the Old World and the New, ed. ( New York : New York University Press, 2004)
Interracialism ( Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2000)
The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa, The African, Written by Himself , ed. (New York: Norton Critical Edition, 2000)
The Multilingual Anthology of American Literature: A Reader of Original Texts with English Translations , co-ed. with Marc Shell ( New York : New York University Press, 2000)
Multilingual America : Transnationalism, Ethnicity, and the Languages of American Literature (New York: New York University Press, 1998)
Neither Black Nor White and Yet Both: Thematic Explorations of Interracial Literature (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997)
Theories of Ethnicity: A Classical Reader , ed. (New York: New York University Press, 1996)
Beyond Ethnicity: Consent and Descent in American Culture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986)
Judy Kertész (Lumbee), Ph.D. Candidate in History of American Civilization, Harvard University
Colonial British North America and the Early Republic, US cultural history, issues and representation; American Indian histories and cultures; American Nationalism; Museum Studies and Material Culture; African-American Studies.
"Engendering Identity and Power in Native North America " with Angela Gonzales. In Gender Mosaics: Social Perspectives , ed. Dana Vannoy ( Los Angeles , CA : Roxbury Press, 2001): 43-52.
“Sounds of Faith” : A Political, Religious, and Musical History of the Lumbee - An educational CD-ROM ” Researcher, Co-Writer, (1999).
Stephanie Macaris Alusow
Office of Academic Programs
('01), Ph.D. Candidate,
History of American Civilization,
GSAS, Harvard University
('00), Ph.D. Candidate
GSAS, Harvard University
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