American Indian Studies Center Publications

The Center's publications unit operates as a small independent press, one of the few that prizes Native voices in works of creative writing, community handbooks, and academic publications. Our flagship publication is the American Indian Culture and Research Journal (AICRJ), which has been recognized as one of the leading serial publications on Native American life and issues. In addition to publishing works on contemporary and historical American Indian issues, law, and politics, the press publishes books of plays, poetry, and fiction.

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The Settler Complex: Recuperating Binarism in Colonial Studies
By Patrick Wolfe
American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 40, No. 1 (2016)
Settler Colonialism and the Legislating of Criminality

Guest Editor: Luana Ross

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