Critical Indigenous and American Indian Studies
The Critical Indigenous and American Indian Studies series welcomes highly-innovative,
interdisciplinary manuscripts that explore the historic and contemporary experiences
of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Indigenous Peoples throughout Oceania and the Pacific.
We seek submissions from scholars working on the following topics: literary studies,
community/public health, languages and cultural preservation, cultural studies, gender
and sexuality, politics and sovereignty, religion and philosophy, education, and media studies.
This series seeks to increase the international presence of scholarly monographs written
and published by American Indian and Indigenous Peoples that address indigenous peoples rights
as a matter of social justice and human rights.
A Humanities of SpeakingVolume 4Monographs XII, 168 Pages
Rulers of the ReservesVolume 3Monographs VI, 196 Pages
Essays on History, Language, and EducationVolume 2Monographs XIV, 170 Pages
Jurisdiction, American Law, and Sexual Violence Against Native WomenVolume 1©2016 Monographs XIV, 151 Pages