American Indian Culture and Research Journal: Vol. 44, No. 3 (2020)
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Special Issue on COVID-19 and Indigenous Peoples: Tools to Promote Equity and Best Practices
- Introduction: Tools to Promote Equity and Best Practices by Randall Akee, Stephanie R. Carroll, and Chandra L. Ford, Guest Editors
- Manitoba Inuit Association’s Rapid Response to Include an Inuit Identifier within Manitoba COVID-19 Diagnostic Tests by Wayne Clark, Josée Gabrielle Lavoie, Nathan Nickel, and Rachel Dutton
- Determinants of Racial Misclassification in COVID-19 Mortality Data: The Role of Funeral Directors and Social Context by Andrew Kalweit, Marc Clark, and Jamie Ishcomer-Aazami
- COVID-19 Telehealth for Indian Country: Tribal Response to an Emerging Pandemic by David Stephens, Alexander Wu, Eric Vinson, Megan Woodbury, Celeste Davis, Brigg Reilley, Jorge Mera, and Jessica Leston
- The Development and Implementation of Gathering Grounds, a Virtual Community of Practice Rooted in Indigenous Praxis by Danielle Lucero, Rachel Scott, Christina E. Oré, and Myra Parker
- A Rejoinder to Body Bags: Indigenous Resilience and Epidemic Disease, from COVID-19 to First “Contact” by Lindsay M. Montgomery
- Moving Forward: No Scientific Integrity without an Acknowledgment of Past Wrongs by Felicia Schanche Hodge
- Basket Diplomacy: Leadership, Alliance-Building, and Resilience among the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana, 1884–1984. By Denise E. Bates. Reviewed by Stephanie May de Montigny
- The Colonial Compromise: The Threat of the Gospel to the Indigenous Worldview. Edited by Miguel A. De La Torre. Reviewed by Jason Sprague
- A Diné History of Navajoland. By Klara Kelley and Harris Francis. Reviewed by Raymond Wilson
- Eatenonha: Native Roots of American Democracy. By Georges Sioui. Reviewed by Bruce E. Johansen
- The Radiant Lives of Animals. By Linda Hogan. Reviewed by Lee Schweninger
- Seen but Not Seen: Influential Canadians and the First Nations from the 1840s to Today. By Donald B. Smith. Reviewed by Laurence M. Hauptman
- Storying Violence; Unravelling Colonial Narratives in the Stanley Trial. By Gina Starblanket and Dallas Hunt. Reviewed by Amanda Foote
- These People Have Always Been a Republic: Indigenous Electorates in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, 1598–1912. By Maurice S. Crandall. Reviewed by John William Nelson
- Unsettling Native Histories on the Northwest Coast. Edited by Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse and Aldona Jonaitis. Reviewed by Judith Ostrowitz
- Writing Their Bodies: Restoring Rhetorical Relations at the Carlisle Indian School. By Sarah Klotz. Reviewed by Marissa Carmi
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