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Kristen Carpenter appointed to United Nations Position

Here: On March 24, 2017, at the conclusion of its 34th Session in Geneva, the United Nations Human Rights Council appointed Kristen A. Carpenter as the North American member of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Carpenter … Continue reading

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Kristen Carpenter and Angela Riley on Why DAPL is Such a Big Deal (Slate)

Here is “Standing Tall: The Sioux’s battle against a Dakota oil pipeline is a galvanizing social justice movement for Native Americans.”

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Kristen Carpenter on ICWA in Cato Unbound

Here is “One River, Two Canoes: Peace and Respect in Indian Child Welfare.” Kristen’s first post in this series is here.

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Kristen Carpenter on ICWA and Indian Status

Kristen Carpenter has published “Indian Status Is Not Racial: Understanding ICWA as a Matter of Law and Practice” as part of the CATO Unbound series on the Indian Child Welfare Act. An excerpt: On August 31, 2013, a little girl clad … Continue reading

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Angela Riley & Kristen Carpenter Publish “Owning Red”

Angela R. Riley and Kristen A. Carpenter have published “Owning Red: A Theory of Indian (Cultural) Appropriation” (PDF) in the Texas Law Review. Here is the abstract: In a number of recent controversies, from sports teams’ use of Indian mascots … Continue reading

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Angela Riley & Kristen Carpenter on a Theory of Indian Cultural Appropriation

Angela Riley and Kristen Carpenter have posted “Owning Red: A Theory of Indian (Cultural) Appropriation,” forthcoming in the Texas Law Review, on SSRN. Here is the abstract: In a number of recent controversies, from sports teams’ use of Indian mascots … Continue reading

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Michigan State Law Review Symposium on Wenona Singel’s “Indian Tribes and Human Rights Accountability”

Michigan State Law Review has published several articles from its symposium on Wenona Singel’s paper “Indian Tribes and Human Rights Accountability.” Tribal Rights, Human Rights Kristen A. Carpenter & Angela R. Riley 2013 Mich. St. L. Rev. 293 | Download … Continue reading

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Kristen Carpenter and Lorie Graham on Human Rights and Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl

Kristen Carpenter and Lorie Graham have posted a very compelling and powerful paper about the Supreme Court’s decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl. It is required reading for anyone interested in the case, and is destined to be the … Continue reading

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Kristen Carpenter Publishes “Limiting Principles and Empowering Practices in American Indian Religious Freedom”

Kristen A. Carpenter has published her paper, “Limiting Principles and Empowering Practices in American Indian Religious Freedoms” (PDF) in the Connecticut Law Review. We highly recommend this paper. The abstract: Employment Division v. Smith was a watershed moment in First … Continue reading

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Congrats to Kristen Carpenter — The New Associate Dean for Faculty Development at Colorado Law School!

  Kristen A. Carpenter   Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Associate Professor of Law   Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Associate Professor of Law  

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