Publications (by AIW members) & Bibliography Databank
Publications by AIW members [print-out from bibliography databank in PDF-Format]
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Routledge Research in Transnational Indigenous Perspectives Series
Routledge Research in Transnational Indigenous Perspectives features scholarly work exploring both indigenous perspectives that are explicitly transnational and transnational perspectives on indigenous topics. As such, it is committed to fostering and presenting high-quality research in the area of Indigenous Studies, addressing historical and contemporary political, social, economic, and cultural issues concerning the indigenous peoples of North and South America, Europe, Australasia, and the larger Pacific region. The series is thus not limited to one particular methodological approach, but looks at the highly dynamic and growing field of Indigenous Studies that is of central interest for a range of different disciplines.
The series considers contributions from a wide range of areas in the field of Indigenous Studies. These include but are not limited to:
- Indigenous literatures, film, performance, music and visual arts
- Indigenous peoples and the law, settler imperialism, rights and human rights
- Indigenous histories, politics, knowledges and religion
- Representations of indigenous peoples in non-indigenous cultural productions
- Indigenous peoples and the museum
- Indigenous languages
- Gender/Queer Indigenous Studies
- Transnational flows of indigenous ideas and cultures
- Methodological issues in Indigenous Studies
Please send proposals for scholarly monographs and edited collections to the series editors:
Birgit Däwes: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karsten Fitz: email@example.com
Sabine N. Meyer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contemporary Issues and Methods in Indigenous Studies (University of Alabama Press)
This series provides a venue for innovative and interdisciplinary scholarship on historical and contemporary Indigenous issues in global contexts. Keeping pace with current conversations and approaches in the field, Contemporary Issues and Methods in Indigenous Studies is a reimagining of Alabama’s Contemporary American Indian Studies series. While continuing to amplify approaches used to produce critical work on Indigenous heritage preservation, the persistence of cultural practices, and legal and political engagement in the United States and Latin America, this new series expands its geographic footprint to account for fresh perspectives, methodological approaches, and conceptual frameworks aimed at centralizing Indigenous voices. This series focuses on critical findings and creative approaches in Indigenous research methods, governance, community planning, cultures, arts, languages, geographies, intellectual systems, health and wellness, education, popular culture, intersectional identities, and speculative futures.
Books in the series target Indigenous studies scholars, graduate and undergraduate students, leaders and educators in Indigenous communities and organizations, and the general public seeking accessible and authoritative works on Indigenous topics.
Advisory Board: Brooke Bauer, Robert Caldwell, Gloria Emeagwali, Jeffrey Erbig, Gabriel Estrada, Lisa Lefler, Markus Lindner, Walter E. Little, Michael Spivey
Please contact the series editors, Denise E. Bates (Denise.Bates@asu.edu) or Margaret Vaughan (email@example.com), to discuss your book project and receive prospectus information.
Elements in Indigenous Environmental Research (Cambridge Univesity Press)
Elements in Indigenous Environmental Research offers state-of-the-art interdisciplinary analyses within the rapidly growing area of Indigenous environmental research. The series investigates how environmental issues and processes relate to Indigenous socio-economic, cultural and political dynamics.
Elements in the series will provide concise, timely publications for researchers, policy-makers, regulatory authorities, NGOs and activists. A key aim of the series is to be both global in scope and highly interdisciplinary, covering a range of issues, including water politics, Indigenous geographies of health & disease, bioprospecting and resource extraction, methodologies and approaches, ecologies of sovereignty, climate justice and activism, geopolitics and Indigenous territories, mobilities, migration and societal change.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or another editor as a first step.
Areas of Interest:
- Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK), Indigenous Knowledge (IK), Local Ecological Knowledge (LEK) in Indigenous & Local Communities
- Activism & Environmental/Social Movements
- Indigenous Geographies of Health & Disease
- Sustainable Futures
- Legal Rights of Nature/Personhood
- Climate, Energy & Justice
- Forests and Deforestation
- Disasters & Hazards
- Environmental Markets (carbon trading, biodiversity offsetting, payments for ecosystem services)
- Extractivism & Mining
- Indigenous Research Paradigms & Methodologies
- Indigeneity, Gender and the Environment
- Indigenous Environmental Justice, Land & Treaties
- Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Governance & Jurisprudence
- Health & Indigenous Food Systems
- Geopolitical Indigenous Environments
- Green and Circular Economies
- Illegal Wildlife Trade
- National Parks and “Wild” Spaces
- Migration, Development and Climate
- Agriculture 4.0
- Arctic Environments
- Green Finance and Indigenous Environments
- Fishing and Indigenous Environments
- Hydropower & Water Governance
- The Digital Indigenous Environment
- Urban Indigenous Futures
European Studies in North American Literature and Culture
European Studies in North American Literature and Culture, founded in 1996 under the editorship of Reingard M. Nischik and continuing from 2022 under the leadership of Sascha Pöhlmann, is a Camden House series presenting European perspectives on the literatures and cultures of the United States and Canada. Open to any genre and period, the series encourages a broad variety of theoretical and methodical approaches to literature within the larger frameworks of cultural studies and media studies. It is also interested in intersections between disciplines. The scope ranges from single-author studies to thematic volumes and (trans)national literary histories. The envisioned audience of these intellectually rigorous yet reader-friendly and accessible books is made up of scholars and students in literary and cultural studies as well as the informed general reader. We invite proposals for monographs and edited volumes.
Camden House offers close editorial contact, fast processing of your proposal, cover design and copyediting done by professional human beings, quality print- and e-books, and a strong worldwide distribution and marketing network focusing on North America and Europe. Full manuscripts are subject to a double-blind peer review process.
Please send proposals and inquiries to the Series Editor:
Prof. Dr. Sascha Pöhlmann
University of Innsbruck
6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Publications by AIW Members
Publications by AIW members [PDF-Format]
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Dissertations on Native Americans [2008 - 2013] (compiled by Johnathon Erlen)
AIW Conference Publications
Clerici, Naila (ed.). 1993. Victorian Brand, Indian Brand: The White Shadow on the Native Image. Torino, Italy: Il Segnalibro.
[Publication of the 11th American Indian Workshop, London, Great Britain, 1990]
Da Rosa, Victor M. P. & Susan P. Castillo (eds.). 1997. Native American Women in Literature and Culture. Oporto, Portugal: Fernando Pessoa University Press.
[Publication of the 16th American Indian Workshop, Oporto, Portugal, 1995]
Feest, Christian F. (ed.). 1987. Indians and Europe: An Interdisciplinary Collection of Essays. Aachen, Germany: Edition Herodot.
[Publication of the 5th American Indian Workshop, Rome, Italy, 1984]
[published in Google Books]
Giordano, Fedora & Enrico Comba (eds.). 2004. Indian Stories, Indian Histories. Torino: otto editore.
[Publication of the 24th American Indian Workshop, Torino, Italy, 2003]
Mauzé, Marie (ed.). 1997. Present is Past. Some Uses of Tradition in Native Societies. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
[Publication of the 14th American Indian Workshop, Paris, France, 1993]
Saunders, Barbara & Lea Zuyderhoudt (eds.). 2004. The Challenges of Native American Studies. Essays in the Celebration of the Twenty-Fifth American Indian Workshop. (Studia Anthropoligica). Leuven, Belgium: Leuven University Press.
[Publication of the 25th American Indian Workshop, Leuven, Belgium, 2004]
[published in Google Books]