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First Peoples Spring 2013 Catalog

First Peoples Spring 2013 Catalog

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Spring 2013
www.rstpeoplesnewdirections.org
 
First Peoples Titles
 
2 Aikau A Chosen People, a Promised Land19 Benally Bitter Water23 Boateng The Copyright Thing Doesn’t Work Here1 Byrd Transit of Empire13 Cahill Federal Fathers and Mothers23 Castellanos A Return to Servitude7 Corr Ritual and Remembrance in the Ecuadorian Andes10 Dennison Colonial Entanglement8 Devine Guzmán Native and National in Brazil6 Díaz Indigenous Writings from the Convent19 Driskill et al. Queer Indigenous Studies19 Driskill et al. Sovereign Erotics9 Fabricant Mobilizing Bolivia’s Displaced12 Genetin-Pilawa Crooked Paths to Allotment1 Goeman Mark My Words6 Gonzales Red Medicine2 Goodyear-Ka’opua The Seeds We Planted16 Grossman and Parker Asserting Native Resilience15 Hamill Songs of Power and Prayer in the Columbia Plateau4 Hindery From Enron to Evo3 Jackson Creole Indigeneity7 Kelly State Healthcare and Yanomami Transformations9 La Serna The Corner of the Living7 Legat Walking the Land, Feeding the Fire4 Liffman Huichol Territory and the Mexican Nation11 Lonetree Decolonizing Museums10 Lowery Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South8 Matthew Memories of Conquest5 Meek We Are Our Language5 Minks Voices of Play1 Morgensen Spaces between Us5 Nuckolls Lessons from a Quechua Strongwoman6 Osowski Indigenous Miracles19 Prussing White Man’s Water13 Rosenthal Reimagining Indian Country19 Salmón Eating the Landscape13 Stremlau Sustaining the Cherokee Family19 Tillman Imprints on Native Lands14 Trafzer et al. The Indian School on Magnolia Avenue23 Vaschenko The Way of Kinship21 Whaley Oregon and the Collapse of Illahee21 Zogry Anetso, the Cherokee Ball Gamewww.rstpeoplesnewdirections.org
About Our Initiative
Our initiative partners publish books that exemplify contemporary scholarship and research inIndigenous studies. First Peoples supports this scholarship with unprecedented attention tothe growing dialogue among Native and non-Native scholars, communities, and publishers.
Collaborating Presses
THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA PRESSwww.uapress.arizona.eduTHE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA PRESSwww.upress.umn.eduTHE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESSwww.uncpress.unc.eduTHE OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY PRESSwww.osupress.oregonstate.edu
 
Mark My Words
Native Women Mapping Our NationsMishuana Goeman
Dominant history would have us believe that colonial-ism belongs to a previous era that has long come toan end. But as Native people become mobile, reserva-tion lands become overcrowded and the state seeks toenforce means of containment, closing its borders toincoming, often Indigenous, immigrants.In
Mark My Words 
, Mishuana Goeman traces settlercolonialism as an enduring form of genderedspatial violence, demonstrating how it persists in thecontemporary context of neoliberal globalization. Thebook argues that it is vital to refocus the efforts ofNative nations beyond replicating settler models ofterritory, jurisdiction, and race. Through an examina-tion of twentieth-century Native women’s poetryand prose, Goeman illuminates how these works canserve to remap settler geographies and center Nativeknowledges. She positions Native women as pivotal tohow our nations, both tribal and nontribal, have beenimagined and mapped, and how these women play anongoing role in decolonization.In a strong and lucid voice, Goeman provides closereadings of literary texts, including those of E. PaulineJohnson, Esther Belin, Joy Harjo, Leslie Marmon Silko,and Heid Erdrich. In addition, she places these worksin the framework of U.S. and Canadian Indian law and
policy. Her charting of women’s struggles to dene
themselves and their communities reveals the
signicant power in all of our stories.
Mishuana Goeman
is assistant professor of genderstudies at the University of California, Los Angeles.260 pp. / 5.5 x 8.5 / March 2013Paper, 978-0-8166-7791-7,
$25.00
Cloth, 978-0-8166-7790-0,
$75.00
www.rstpeoplesnewdirections.org 1
University of Minnesota Presswww.upress.umn.edu800-621-2736
Also of Interest
The Transit of Empire
Indigenous Critiques of ColonialismJodi A. Byrd320 pp., 5.5 x 8.5, 2011Paper, 978-0-8166-7641-5,
$25.00
Cloth, 978-0-8166-7640-8,
$75.00
Spaces between Us
Queer Settler Colonialism and IndigenousDecolonizationScott Lauria Morgensen336 pp., 5.5 x 8.5, 2011Paper, 978-0-8166-5633-2,
$25.00
Cloth, 978-0-8166-5632-5,
$75.00

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