This series focuses on issues of Indigenous justice, including issues of social and criminal justice, law, and environmental justice as they impact Indigenous North America (with occasional references to other Indigenous nations).
With a primary focus on the mainland United States, books will also include Alaska and Hawaii. The books are a collection of specially commissioned essays that provide an overview of current issues. Contributors use theoretical approaches not usually applied to Indigenous justice issues—colonial law, human rights, and sovereignty. Chapter authors are new and up-and-coming Native American scholars, as well as longtime scholars in the field.
This book series will be of interest and use to undergraduate and graduate students of Native American, American Indian, Alaskan Native, and Indigenous peoples’ justice issues; human rights, criminal justice and legal scholars; criminal justice and environmental professionals; and Indigenous community leaders.
Indigenous Justice and Gender
Crime and Social Justice in Indian Country
Indigenous Environmental Justice
Traditional, National, and International Law and Indigenous Communities