Recent American Indian Law Scholarship

Michalyn Steele, Indigenous Resilience, Arizona Law Review

Christine Zuni Cruz, The Indigenous Decade in Review, SMU Law Review Forum

Samuel Lazerwitz, Note, Sovereignty-Affirming Subdelegations: Recognizing the Executive’s Ability to Delegate Authority and Affirm Inherent Tribal Powers, Stanford Law Review

Jessica L. Garcia, Historical Trauma and American Indian/Alaska Native Youth Mental Health Development and Delinquency (PDF)

Kenneth N. Hansen, Uncivil Rights: The Abuse of Tribal Sovereignty and the Termination of American Indian Tribal Citizenship, IAFOR Journal of Cultural Studies

Milan Kumar, American Indians and the Right to Vote: Why the Courts Are Not Enough, Boston College Law Review

Doug Kiel, Nation v. Municipality: Indigenous Land Recovery, Settler Resentment, and Taxation on the Oneida Reservation, NAIS: Native American and Indigenous Studies

Kent McNeil, The Louisiana Purchase: Indian and American Sovereignty in the Missouri Watershed, Western Historical Quarterly

Robert Miller, American Indian Sovereignty versus the United States, The Routledge Handbook of Critical Indigenous Studies