4-3 Winter 1993 “Indian Research” Table of Contents

Nov 15th, 1992 | By | Category: 4-3: Indian Research, Archives

4-3 WINTER 1993Features

Ways of Knowing
Native American scholars should expand the definition of research, according to Jack Barden and Paul Boyer. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Indians as Archaeologists
Beverly Badhorse reports that Fort Belknap College is sponsoring an archaeological dig in the mountains of northern Montana. TCJ PAID CONTENT

The Utility of Scholarship
An interview with John Red Horse.
By Paul Boyer TCJ PAID CONTENT

The Model Scholar
How should scholars conduct research on reservations? They would do well to follow the lead of Barbara Bowman.
By Paul Boyer TCJ PAID CONTENT

Finding New Answers to Old Questions
Universities and tribal colleges should work together, argues Grayson Noley. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Making Indians Disappear
A native American historian argues that scholars have tried to erase Indians from America’s history.
By Steven Crum TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Editor’s Essay: Examining the Impacts of Research and a Thank You
By Paul Boyer

Guest Essay: From Passive to Active: Research in Indian Country
By Karen Gayton Swisher

Profile: Everything Passes, Even Disappointment, Anger and Shame
By Marjane Ambler TCJ PAID CONTENT

Legislation: Land Grant Tribal Colleges?
By Stephen Amato TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

Media Reviews
By Phyllis Howard

ON THE COVER: Cover and interior illustration by Bob Lynch for In Cahoots, Inc.

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