Critical Issues in Indigenous Studies
Drawing upon the contributions of myriad theoretical and contextual perspectives in the field of Native/Indigenous Studies, the Critical Issues in Indigenous Studies series seeks to transcend disciplinary boundaries by anchoring intellectual work within an Indigenous framework that reflects Native-centered concerns and objectives. The series encourages a critical assessment of the “locations of engagement,” where the lived experiences of Indigenous peoples intersect with scholarly and Indigenous intellectual production.
This series will publish books that cross global spaces, to expand and deepen discussions about Indigenous people beyond nation-state boundaries, while complicating existing notions of Indigenous identity. Titles ideally will analyze locally based problems and solutions in ways that can be applied to similar global processes elsewhere.
Indigenous Women, Law, and Political Struggle in Latin America
Indigenous Journeys of Activism and Healing with Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
Critical Indigenous Studies
Engagements in First World Locations
Mapping Indigenous Presence
North Scandinavian and North American Perspectives