Contemporary Native American Communities | Rowman & Littlefield
Contemporary Native American Communities
Acknowledging the strength and vibrancy of Native American people and nations today, this series examines life in contemporary Native American communities from the point of view of Native concerns and values. These new publications are intended to be correctives to the misconceptions that still appear in many books and in the American imagination: that Indian people largely disappeared or were assimilated after 1890. Books in the series cover topics that are of cultural and political importance to tribal peoples and that affect their possibilities for survival, in both urban and rural communities.

Editor(s): Duane Champagne and Troy Johnson