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Accession number 2015.2
Call# E75 .A5124 v.22(4) 1998
Summary "American Indian Culture and Research Journal", Vol. 22 No.4; 1998;
Special Edition -- American Indians and the Urban Experience

Articles:

Introduction, by Susan Lobo and Kurt Peters
Overviews of Urbanism

The Urban Tradition, by Jack Forbes
Telling the Indian Urban: Representations in American Indian Fiction, by Carol Miller
The Yaqui of Guadalupe, Arizona: A Century of Cultural Survival through Trilingualism, by Octaviana V. Trujillo

Urban Communities Defined, Structures and Examples

Is Urban a Person or a Place? Characteristics of Urban Indian Country, by Susan Lobo
Retribalization in Urban Indian Communities, by Terry Straus and Debra Valentino
"Contrary to Our Way of Thinking": The Struggle for an American Indian Center in Chicago, 1946–1953, by Grant Arndt
And the Drum Beat Goes On: Urban Native American Institutional Survival in the 1990s, by Joan Weibel-Orlando
Feminists or Reformers? American Indian Women and Political Activism in Phoenix, 1965–1980, by Päivi Hoikkala
Continuing Identity: Laguna Pueblo Railroaders in Richmond, California, by Kurt M. Peters

Individual Urban Experiences

The (Re)Articulation of American Indian Identity: Maintaining Boundaries and Regulating Access to Ethnically Tied Resources, by Angela Gonzales
"This Hole in Our Heart": Urban Indian Identity and the Power of Silence, by Deborah Davis Jackson
Laughing Without Reservation: Indian Standup Comedians, by Darby Li Po Price
Discrimination and Indigenous Identity in Chicago`s Native Community, by James V. Fenelon
Healing Through Grief: Urban Indians Reimagining Culture and Community in San Jose, California, by Renya Katarine Ramirez
Drinking, Foster Care, and the Intergenerational Continuity of Parenting in an Urban Indian Community, by Paul Spicer
From the Outside Looking In: Rejection and Belongingness for Four Urban Indian Men in Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1944–1995, by Christine T. Lowery
It's Okay To Be Native: Alska Native Cultural Strategies in Urban and School Settings, by Mary Grantham-Campbell
The Safe Futures Initiative at Chief Leschi Schools: A School-Based Tribal Response to Alcohol-Drug Abuse, Violence-Gang Violence, and Crime on an Urban Reservation, by George M. Guilmet, David L. Whited, Norm Dorpat, and Cherlyn Pijanowski

Literature

The Path to the Milky Way Leads through Los Angeles (poem), by Joy Harjo
Object Name journal
Author Champagne, Duane, editor
Title American Indian Culture and Research Journal, Vol. 22 No.4; 1998
Published Date 1998
Physical Description 6 x 9 inch softcover; 439 pp.
Catalog Number 2015.2.402
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LCNO E75 .A5124 v.22(4) 1998
Published Place Los Angeles
Publisher American Indian Studies Center, University of California