Essays from "Indian leadership and Indian identity : a tension through time."
Chicago, Ill. :
Newberry Library, D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian,
|Series:||Occasional papers in curriculum series ;
no. 17 |
Table of Contents:
- Finding new questions in familiar topics / by Frederick E. Hoxie
- Are cultural brokers leaders? / by Margaret Connell-Szasz
- "Changing women" as metaphor for the native woman of the twenty-first century / by Charlotte Goodluck and Cheryl-Lynn Humphreys
- American Indians in the twenty-first century: patterns, definitions, and debates / by Joane Nagel
- American Indians, American racism on race, eugenics, and "mixed-bloods" / by M. Annette Jaimes
- Leadership as taught in tribal colleges / by Louis Garcia
- The limits and loyalties of teaching about Indians / by Gail Landsman
- "You got to do more then dance your way home" by Susan Stebbins
- Building tribal colleges: tribal college linkages with state, public and private institution / by Cheryl Crazy Bull and Myrna Leader Charge
- American Indian studies programs as change agents in mainstream institutions of higher eduction [sic] / by Joseph H. Stauss.