Tag Archives: Carolina Academic Press

American Indian Children and the Law: Cases and Materials out this Summer

The casebook that had to be rewritten twice in the past four years is finally being published. It should be available in a few weeks, along with a teacher’s manual. If you are interested in a review copy, let me … Continue reading

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Carolina Academic Press Book Announcement — Graham & Van Zyl-Chavarro: “Education, Media, and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples”

Here: Education, Media, and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Lorie M. Graham & Amy Van Zyl-Chavarro Education and media are important societal tools for sustaining and transmitting cultures. Yet for Indigenous Peoples, just the opposite has been true … Continue reading

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New on the Turtle Talk Bookshelf: Frank Pommersheim’s Tribal Justice

Here: Blurbs: “Frank Pommersheim is the modern apotheosis of Ksa, Nanaboozhoo, Quetzalcotl, Athena, John Marshall, and the Buddha—all legends of judicial wisdom. Tribal Justice is a powerful culmination of his career work so far, and gives us all hope for … Continue reading

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Second Edition of Indian Gaming Law and Policy by Rand & Light

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New Book: “Our Cause Will Ultimately Triumph”

“Our Cause Will Ultimately Triumph”:Profiles in American Indian Sovereignty, edited by Tim Alan Garrison, has just been published by Carolina Academic Press. Here is the blurb: “Our Cause Will Ultimately Triumph” examines the history of American Indian tribal sovereignty from a … Continue reading

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Book Announcement: “Mastering American Indian Law” by Dean Leeds and Professor EagleWoman

From Carolina Academic Press comes Mastering American Indian Law by Angelique Townsend EagleWoman and Stacy L. Leeds. The description: Mastering American Indian Law is a text designed to provide readers with an overview of the field.  By framing the important … Continue reading

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New Book: “Captured Justice: Native Nations and Public Law 280” by Duane Champagne and Carole Goldberg

Here. Captured Justice: Native Nations and Public Law 280 by Duane Champagne, Carole Goldberg 2012 • $30.00 • 244 pp • paper • ISBN: 978-1-61163-043-5 •LCCN 2011034877 The policy of forced assimilation, called “termination,” that Congress pressed upon Native Americans in the 1950s brought state criminal jurisdiction to more than half of all Indian … Continue reading

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New Book by Steve Russell — “Sequoyah Rising”

Sequoyah Rising Problems in Post-Colonial Tribal Governance by Steve Russell Here is the  blurb from Carolina Academic Press: Since 1789, the United States has had an “Indian problem.” Since 1492, the Indians have had a colonial problem. It’s the same problem.

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Forthcoming Book on ICWA by Barbara Atwood

Barbara Atwood, a prominent commentator on the Indian Child Welfare Act, soon will be publishing her book, “Children, Tribes, and States: Adoption and Custody Conflicts over American Indian Children” with Carolina Academic Press. She has posted the first chapter of … Continue reading

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