Tag Archives: Frank Pommersheim

Frank Pommersheim’s Valedictory Notes and Collage

Frank Pommersheim has published “I Was So Much Older Then/I’m Younger Than That Now: Valedictory Notes and Collage” in the South Dakota Law Review (pdf). Here is an excerpt: Teacher, Scholar, Tribal Justice, Colleague. These are theseasons turning and braiding … Continue reading

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Frank Pommersheim Symposium — Matthew Fletcher

I met Frank Pommersheim in Rapid City, South Dakota in 2004, a few months before I was to begin teaching law students at North Dakota. We were presenting at a pipeline program for Native high school and college students, trying … Continue reading

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Frank Pommersheim Symposium — John Petoskey [the elder]

Frank Pommersheim leads an exemplary life as a poet, Buddhist practitioner, federal Indian law practitioner, tribal judge and Indian law scholar with a demonstrated professorial panache as a law school lecturer, not to mention his many presentations at Indian law … Continue reading

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Frank Pommersheim Symposium — Angela Riley

I’m not certain of the first time I met Frank, but one of my earliest memories of him is from an Indian law mentoring event at Lewis and Clark Law School, probably around the year 2005. That event, which included … Continue reading

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Frank Pommersheim Symposium — Gloria Valencia-Weber

An Ode to Frank Pommersheim from a Grateful Non-Poet Law Professor Caveat: It is impossible to properly title you. Long ago you went beyond a mere Indian Law professor. Unquestioned, we are all in your debt for the great law … Continue reading

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Frank Pommersheim Poetry Reading

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Announcement — Frank Pommersheim Mini-Symposium

Frank Pommersheim is retiring. We here have no words. I asked a few friends and colleagues to write down a few things they wanted to say about Frank. We’ll begin publishing them next week on the blog. Until then, check … Continue reading

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News Profile: “Can Oglala Sioux Tribe ban Gov. Kristi Noem from reservation? Here’s what the law says”

Here.

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New Poem from Frank Pommersheim: “Buddha Stands With Standing Rock”

Buddha Stands With Standing Rock Frank Pommersheim   Water against oil   flow against frack prairie against Corps horse against tank song against empire spirit against capital vision against history peace against war life against death Mitaku Oyasin (all my … Continue reading

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Guest Post — Frank Pommersheim: A Short Inquiry into Pe’ Sla: History, Public Policy, and Moral Imagination

A Short Inquiry into Pe’ Sla:  History, Public Policy, and Moral Imagination By Frank Pommersheim In 2012, several Lakota tribes, including Rosebud, Crow Creek, Standing Rock, and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux of Minnesota purchased a 2,400 acre ranch on the … Continue reading

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