From the Desk of Martha L. Hipp: Learning to Spell “Sovereignty”

Martha Louise Hipp, PhD, is a retired psychologist and formerly served as psychologist for the Fremont County District 14 federally funded schools. She is a former president of the Colorado Psychological Association. Her book Sovereign Schools: How Shoshones and Arapahos Created … Continue reading From the Desk of Martha L. Hipp: Learning to Spell “Sovereignty”

From the Desks of Kyle Bladow and Jennifer Ladino: Confronting Climate Grief

Kyle Bladow is an assistant professor of Native American studies at Northland College. Jennifer Ladino is an associate professor of English at the University of Idaho. Their edited collection, Affective Ecocriticism: Emotion, Embodiment, Environment, is now available.    Confronting Climate Grief After the frightening ICC … Continue reading From the Desks of Kyle Bladow and Jennifer Ladino: Confronting Climate Grief

From the Desk of Denise I. Bossy: American Indian History is Local History

Denise I. Bossy has fifteen years of experience as a historian studying the early Native South. She is the editor of The Yamasee Indians: From Florida to South Carolina (Nebraska, 2018).   American Indian History is Local History I am a local … Continue reading From the Desk of Denise I. Bossy: American Indian History is Local History