A selection of articles from MIT Press journals on the history, culture, and struggles of America’s indigenous peoples
Celebrated in November, Native American Heritage Month pays tribute to the ancestry and traditions of America’s indigenous peoples. To commemorate the month, we are highlighting articles from MIT Press journals that explore Native American history, culture, languages, and art. These articles are ungated and available through the end of the month.
Reconciling American archaeology & Native America by Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh (Dædalus) - Note: Articles in Dædalus are open access and freely available at all times.
Indigenous Leadership by Gary Sandefur, Philip J. Deloria (Dædalus)
Unfolding Futures: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for the Twenty-First Century Philip J. Deloria, K. Tsianina Lomawaima, Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy, Mark N. Trahant, Loren Ghiglione, Douglas Medin, Ned Blackhawk (Dædalus)
Hear Our Languages, Hear Our Voices: Storywork as Theory and Praxis in Indigenous-Language Reclamation by Teresa L. McCarty, Sheilah E. Nicholas, Kari A. B. Chew, Natalie G. Diaz, Wesley Y. Leonard, Louellyn White (Dædalus)
If Indigenous Peoples Stand with the Sciences, Will Scientists Stand with Us? by Megan Bang, Ananda Marin, Douglas Medin (Dædalus)
Recognition, Antiracism & Indigenous Futures: A View from Connecticut by Amy E. Den Ouden (Dædalus)
The New World of the Indigenous Museum by Philip J. Deloria (Dædalus)
The Story of Indian Health is Complicated by History, Shortages & Bouts of Excellence by Mark N. Trahant (Dædalus)
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