Native American Studies in Higher Education Models for Collaboration between Universities and Indigenous Nations by Champagne, Duane; Stauss, Jay; Calloway, Colin G.; Kidwell, Clara Sue; Newhouse, David; Stauss, Jay; Forbes et al, Jack D.; Graham, Lorie M.; Albers et al, Patricia C.; Stonechild, Blair; Powless, Robert E.; Knick, Stanley; Jennings, Michael L., 9780759101258
Note: Supplemental materials are not guaranteed with Rental or Used book purchases.
  • ISBN: 9780759101258 | 0759101256
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/4/2002

  • Sorry, this item is currently not available.

In this collection, Champagne and Stauss demonstrate how the rise of Native studies in American and Canadian universities exists as an extraordinary achievement in higher education. In the face of historically assimilationist agendas and institutional racism, collaborative programs continue to grow and promote the values and goals of sovereign tribal communities. In twelve case studies, the authors provide rich contextual histories of Native programs, discussing successes and failures and battles over curriculum content, funding, student retention, and community collaborations. It will be a valuable resource for Native American leaders, and educators in Native American studies, race and ethnic studies, comparative education, anthropology, higher education administration and educational policy.

You might also enjoy...

Loading Icon

Please wait while the item is added to your bag...
Continue Shopping Button
Checkout Button
Loading Icon
Continue Shopping Button