Special issue of the American Indian culture and research journal celebrating forty years of American Indian studies at University of California, Los Angeles; issued as: Vol. 35, no. 1 (2011).
"The fortieth-anniversary symposium was digitally videotaped, edited into individual speaker and panelist segments, as posted on YouTube. A unique QR code was created that linked to each of those videos; these codes were printed on the first page, upper right, of each article. By taking a photo of the QR code with your smartphone or laptop camera, you will be transported electronically to the Web-based video where you can listen to and watch the speaker"--P. ix.
Includes bibliographical references.
Selective contents: Preface Pamela Grieman Gathering Native scholars and artists : a celebration of forty years, October 22 and 23, 2009 David Treuer Keynote address : forty years and counting Greg Sarris The future of American Indian studies Paul Apodaca American Indian studies as an academic discipline Clara Sue Kidwell American Indian Studies Center fortieth anniversary Gary B. Nash The future of Native studies : a modest manifesto Melissa K. Nelson The cultural twilight David Treuer The future in the past of Native and Indigenous studies Robert Warrior Native American studies : where we are, where we're headed Jace Weaver Introduction to the Native arts panel Kenneth Lincoln Who we are and what we do Jim Barnes About the author Bradley Marshall Native Americans, the national parks, and the concept of historical inevitability Gary B. Nash Introduction to productive paths : linking Native and academic communities Paul V. Kroskrity Repatriation in the United States : the current state of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Jon Daehnke and Amy Lonetree Convergence and conflict : an abstract Melissa K. Nelson Beyond listening : lessons for Native/American collaborations from the creation of the Nakwatsvewat Institute Justin B. Richland Confessions of an anthropological poser David Delgado The call out : Santee Frazier and David Treuer welcome new creative work Santee Frazier and David Treuer.
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