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Kristen Carpenter and Angela Riley on Privatizing the Reservation

Kristen A. Carpenter and Angela R. Riley have published “Privatizing the Reservation?” with the Stanford Law Review (PDF). Abstract: The problems of American Indian poverty and reservation living conditions have inspired various explanations. One response advanced by some economists and … Continue reading

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Kristen Carpenter & Angela Riley: “Privatizing the Reservation?”

Kristen A. Carpenter and Angela R. Riley have posted their fascinating article, “Privatizing the Reservation?“, on SSRN. The article is forthcoming in the Stanford Law Review. Here is the abstract: The problems of American Indian poverty and reservation living conditions … Continue reading

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Ann Tweedy Review of Carpenter & Riley’s “Owning Red”

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

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Kristen Carpenter Talk at Harvard: “The Roberts Court, American Indians, and Living Cultures” — April 7, 2014

Here is the flyer: Carpenter    

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CU Indian Law Conference Keynote Speaker Kevin Washburn

Assistant Secretary Washburn CU Indian Law Program Co-Director Kristen Carpenter CU Law Dean Phil Weiser

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Agenda and Flyer for CU Law’s “Free Prior & Informed Consent: Pathways for a New Millennium” — Nov. 1, 2013

Here (PDF):

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Harvard Tribal Courts Conference — Criminal Law Enforcement Panel

Carole Goldberg, Judge Theresa Pouley, and Kristen Carpenter:

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“Indian Tribes and Human Rights Accountability” — Final Scenes

Wenona Singel’s concluding remarks: Kirsten Carlson, Kristen Carpenter, Wenona Singel, Angela Riley, and Carole Goldberg

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“Indian Tribes and Human Rights Accountability” Panel 5

A very serious panel — Dean Kristen Carpenter, Professor Angela Riley, and Vice-Chancellor Carole Goldberg. Moderator, Susan Bitensky. Susan:

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Kristen Carpenter on Interpretative Sovereignty

Kristen Carpenter has posted her paper, “Interpretative Sovereignty: A Research Agenda,” on SSRN. It is forthcoming from the American Indian Law Review. Here is the abstract: In federal Indian law, the treaty operates as our foundational legal text. Reflecting centuries-old … Continue reading

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