Tag Archives: Jotwell
My review of Andrés Reséndez’s The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America is up on JOTWELL: Equality. I highly recommend the book. It’s a dense and emotionally difficult read but well worth it for the knowledge … Continue reading →
Ann Tweedy has reviewed Kristen Carpenter and Angela Riley’s article, “Owning Red: A Theory of (Cultural) Appropriation,” forthcoming in the Texas Law Review, for JOTWELL. An excerpt: In a number of recent controversies, from sports teams’ use of Indian mascots … Continue reading →
“Oral History and Perceptions of Subjectivity,” from Jotwell. The Hersey et al. paper, Mapping Intergenerational Memories (Part I): Proving the Contemporary Truth of the Indigenous Past, is here.
Prof. Karen Tani Writes About “Remembering the ‘Forgotten Child'” in Light of Adoptive Couple at Jotwell
Here. These revelations are sure to disturb any reader, but the point of Jacobs’s important article is not to expose adoption proponents as disingenuous or malevolent. It is to place an ongoing phenomenon—Indian children’s disproportionately high rate of separation from … Continue reading →
Here is a review of a labor law article that has nothing to do with Indian tribes. It does, however, look at various public sector unions rather than private sector ones. The author researched two states with very different labor … Continue reading →
Interesting discussion from Jotwell on this paper (we posted it a while back here), discussed by Myrna Raeder: Aviva Orenstein, Propensity or Stereotype?: A Misguided Evidence Experiment in Indian Country, 19 Cornell J. Law & Pub. Pol. 173 (2009), available at SSRN. An … Continue reading →