The University of Arizona
Dissertations
Author Year Chair
Julie Hailer American Indian Youth Involvement in Urban Street Gangs: Invisible No More? 2008 Nancy Parezo
Sharon Milholland Native voices and native values in sacred landscapes management: Bridging the indigenous values gap on public lands through co-management policy 2008 Rob Williams
Sheilah Nicholas Becoming "fully" Hopi: The role of the Hopi language in the contemporary lives of Hopi youth---A Hopi case study of language shift and vitality 2008 Emory Sekaquaptewa
David H. DeJong The Sword of Damocles: Pima Agriculture, Water Use and Water Rights, 1848-1921 2007 Jennie Joe
Raymond Austin Navajo Courts and Navajo Common Law 2007 Rob Williams
Robert Innes The Importance of Family Ties to Members of Cowessess First Nation 2007 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Spintz Harrison Everything You Wanted to Know About American Indian Studies, But Were Afraid to Ask: Assessing Indian Studies as an Academic Discipline 2006 Franci Washburn
Angelica Lawson Resistance and resilience in the work of four Native American authors 2006 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Traci L Morris-Carlsten Indian art as dialogue: The tricky transgressions of Bob Haozous 2005 Barbara Babcock
Kevin Wall Recalling Cahokia: Indigenous influences on English commercial expansion and imperial ascendancy in proprietary South Carolina, 1663--1721 2005 K. Tsianina Lomawaima
Diana De Leon A study on Forging a New Front and Building a New Vision for Tribal Environmental Health Policy on the Colorado River Indian Reservation 2005 Jennie Joe
Margaret A Mortensen Vaughan "How can you love the wolf and the Eskimo at the same time?": Representations of Indigenous peoples in nature magazines 2004 Jay Stauss
Ian Record Aravaipa: Apache peoplehood and the legacy of particular geography and historical experience 2004 Tom Holm
J. Diane Pearson The politics of disease: Imperial medicine and the American Indian, 1797--1871 2001 Tom Holm