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Accession number 2015.2
Call# E75 .A547 v.28(1&2) 2004
Summary "American Indian Quarterly", Vol. 28 No. 1 & 2; Winter/Spring 2004; Special Issue: Empowerment Through Literature
Introduction: Conjuring Marks: Furthering Indigenous Empowerment through Literature by Daniel Heath Justice'
Tewataths:wi: Aboriginal Nationalism in Taiaiake Alfred's peace, Power, Righteousness: An Indigenous Manifesto by Kristina Fagan
Canonizing Craig Womack: Finding Native Literature's Place in Indian Country by Michelle Henry
"All My Relatives Are Noble": Recovering the Feminine in Ella Cara Deloria's Waterlily by Maria Eugenia Cotera
Decolonizing the Choctaws: Teaching LeAnne Howe's Shell Shaker by Patrice Hollrah
Ha, Mana Leo (Breath, Spirit, Voice): Kanaka Maoli Empowerment through Literature by Ku'ualoha Ho'omanawanui
Hawaiian Literature and Resistance, or How My Ancestors Took on the Stryker Brigade and Joined the Struggle to Demilitarize Hawai'i! by Anne Keala Kelly
Finding Empowerment Through Writing and Reading, or Why Am I Doing This?: An Unpopular Writer's Comments about the State of American Indian Literary Critcism by Devon A. Mihesuah
"Like Melody or witchcraft": Empowerment through Literature by Deborah A. Miranda
The Trickster's Laugh: My Meeting with Tomson and Lenore by Daniel David Moses
Empoerment by Simon J. Ortiz, with a poem by Adrian C. Louis
The Table Loves Pain by Susan Power
American Indians: Still Strong After All These Years by Charles H. Red Corn
A Conversation with Juan Gregorio Regino, Mazatec Poet: June 25,1998 by Inez Hernandez-Avila
Special Issue: Walking for Justice: The Dakota Commemorative March of 2002
Introduction: Manipi Hena Owas'in Wicunkiksuyapi (We Remember All Those Who Walked) by Waziyatawin Angela Wilson
Fort Snelling Concentration Camp Dakota Prisoners, 1862-63
Names of the Condemned Dakota Men
Shadows of Voices by Gabrielle Tateyuskanskan
Decolonizing the 1862 Death Marches by Waziyatawin Angela Wilson
Dakota Commemorative March: Thoughts and Reactions by Chris Mato Nunpa
Ties that Bind: Remembering, Mourning, and Healing Historical Trauma by Mary Beth Faimon
Wicozani Wakan Ota Akupi (Bringing Back Many Sacred Healings) by George blue Bird
A Journey of Healing and Awakening by Waziyatawin Angela Wilson
A Written Response from Canada by Leo J. Omani
A Living Memorial by Molly Schoenhoff
Voices of the Marchers by Waziyatawin Angela Wilson
Mending Bodies, Mending Hearts by Lisa Elbert
Dakota Homecoming by Diane Wilson
"Wounded Hearts" by Gabrielle Tateyuskanskan

Object Name journal
Author Mihesuah, Devon A., editor
Title American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 28 No. 1 & 2; Winter/Spring 2004
Published Date Winter/Spring 2004
Physical Description 6 x 9 inch softcover, 355 pp.; black and white images
Catalog Number 2015.2.508
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LCNO E75 .A547 v.28(1&2) 2004
Published Place Lincoln, Nebraska
Publisher University of Nebraska Press
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