Modern Indigenous Identity

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Fiola, Chantal. 2015. Rekindling the Sacred Fire: Métis Ancestry and Anishinaabe Spirituality. Winnipeg,  MB: University of Manitoba Press.

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Garroutte, Eva Marie. 2003. Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of American Indians. Oakland, CA: University of California Press.

Grande, Sandy. 2000. “American Indian Geographies of Identity and Power: At the Crossroads of Indigena and Mestizaje.” Harvard Educational Review 70 (4): 467-500.

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Lawrence, Bonita. 2012. Fractured Homeland: Federal Recognition and Algonquin Identity in Ontario. Vancouver, BC: University of British Colombia Press.

—. 2010. “Legislating Identity: Colonialism, Land, And Indigenous Legacies.” In The SAGE Handbook of Identities, edited by Margaret Wetherell and Chandra Talpade Mohanty, 508-526. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

—. 2004. “Real” Indians and Others: Mixed-Blood Urban Native Peoples and Indigenous Nationhood. Vancouver BC: University of British Colombia Press.

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Miner, Dylan A.T. 2014. Creating Aztlán: Chicano Art, Indigenous Sovereignty, and Lowriding Across Turtle Island. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.

—. 2009. “From Aztlan to Red River: The Continental and Comparative Cultures of Chicana/o and Métis Anti-Colonialism.” In Métis Histories and Identities: A Tribute to Gabriel Dumont, 185-199. Winnipeg, MB: Les Presses Universitaires de Saint-Boniface.

Rodriguez, Roberto Cintli. 2014. Our Sacred Maíz Is Our Mother: Indigeneity and Belonging in the Americas. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.

Saldaña-Portillo, María Josefina. 2016. Indian Given: Racial Geographies across Mexico and the United States. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

—. 2001. “Who’s the Indian in Aztlan? Re-Writing Mestizaje, Indianism, and Chicanismo from the Lacandon.” In The Latin American Subaltern Studies Reader, edited by Ileana Rodriguez and María Milagros López, Durham, 402-423. NC: Duke University Press.

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TallBear, Kim, and Jenny Reardon. 2012. ““Your DNA Is Our History”: Genomics, Anthropology, and the Construction of Whiteness as Property .” Current Anthropology 53 (5): 233-245.

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