Category Archives: Scholarship

Alex Skibine on Legislating Tribal Civil Jurisdiction Over Non-Members

Alexander Tallchief Skibine has posted a very interesting paper, “Incorporation Without Assimilation: Legislating Tribal Civil Jurisdiction Over Non-Members,” on SSRN. It is forthcoming in the UCLA Law Review Discourse. The abstract: For the last 40 years the Supreme Court has … Continue reading

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Danielle Delaney on Environmental Law, Indigenous Identity, and #NoDAPL

Danielle Delaney has published “Under Coyote’s Mask: Environmental Law, Indigenous Identity, and #NoDAPL” in the Michigan Journal of Race & Law. The abstract: This Article studies the relationship between the three main lawsuits filed by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, … Continue reading

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New Indian Law Scholarship on SSRN

Here: Law and Science Series No. 1: The Contemporary Methodology for Claiming Reserved Instream Flow Water Rights to Support Aquatic Habitat Environmental Law, Forthcoming Number of pages: 29 Posted: 19 Jul 2019 Working Paper Series Dylan Hedden-Nicely The Historical Evolution of … Continue reading

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Chicago Law Review Comment on Limiting State Eminent Domain Power under 25 USC § 357

Addison W. Bennett has published “Partially Tribal Land: The Case for Limiting State Eminent Domain Power under 25 USC § 357” in the University of Chicago Law Review (PDF). The abstract: When a state utility wishes to cross land located … Continue reading

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Aila Hoss on Tribal Public Health Data and Surveillance

Aila Hoss has posted her paper “Exploring Legal Issues in Tribal Public Health Data and Surveillance” on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Tribes are sovereign nations with a government-to-government relationship with the United States. Within the United States, there are … Continue reading

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New Scholarship on Tribal Public Health Law

Aila Hoss has posted “A Framework for Tribal Public Health Law” on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Law plays an integral role in advancing public health. Public health advancements in areas such as vaccine-preventable diseases, tobacco control, and motor vehicle … Continue reading

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New Issue of Transmotion Journal: Native American Narratives in a Global Context

Here. Examples of articles and papers: A Dramatic Reading of Vizenor’s Bear Island at the University of Michigan Martin William Walsh Special Issue Review Essay: The Intelligentsia In Dissent: Palestine, Settler-Colonialism and Academic Unfreedom in the Work of Steven Salaita … Continue reading

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Recent American Indian Law Scholarship

On SSRN: Owning Geronimo but Not Elmer McCurdy: The Unique Property Status of Native American Remains Number of pages: 54 Posted: 23 Jun 2019 Working Paper Series Alix Rogers Stanford Law School Perverting History: Rice v. Cayetano’s Erasure of the Fight … Continue reading

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Call for submissions to the Indigenous Peoples’ Journal of Law Culture & Resistance

Here: IPJLCR Call for Submissions

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Montana Law Review Browning Symposium Issue

Here: Transcript PDF 2018 James R. Browning Symposium Keynote Matthew L.M. Fletcher Articles PDF Sovereign Metaphors in Indian Law Gregory Ablavsky PDF Tribal Nations and Congress’s Power to Define Offences Against the Law of Nations John H. Dossett PDF From … Continue reading

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