Indigenous Confluences

Edited by Charlotte Cote, associate professor of American Indian studies, University of Washington, Seattle, and Coll Thrush, associate professor of history, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Indigenous Confluences aims to publish cutting-edge works on the larger, universal themes common among indigenous communities of North America, with a special emphasis on Pacific Coast communities. Focusing on transnational approaches and decolonizing perspectives, this interdisciplinary series seeks to bring nuance and depth to our understanding of the indigenous experience by examining a wide range of topics, including self-determination and resurgence efforts, identity, environment and food justice, urban histories, language preservation, and art, music, performance, and other forms of cultural expression.

Please send manuscript inquiries for Indigenous Confluences to Catherine Cocks, Senior Acquisitions Editor
cathec4@uw.edu | (206) 221-4984


A Chemehuevi Song: The Resilence of a Southern Paiute Tribe

by Clifford E. Trafzer

Education at the Edge of Empire: Negotiating Pueblo Identity in New Mexico's Indian Boarding Schools

by John R. Gram

California through Native Eyes: Reclaiming History

by William J. Bauer, Jr.

Indian Blood: HIV and Colonial Trauma in San Francisco's Two-Spirit Community

by Andrew J. Jolivette

Native Students at Work: American Indian Labor and Sherman Institute's Outing Program, 1900-1945

by Kevin Whalen

Dismembered: Native Disenrollment and the Battle for Human Rights

by David E. Wilkins and Shelly Hulse Wilkins

Network Sovereignty: Building the Internet across Indian Country

by Marisa Elena Duarte

Unlikely Alliances: Native Nations and White Communities Join to Defend Rural Lands

by Zoltan Grossman

Chinook Resilience: Heritage and Cultural Revitalization on the Lower Columbia River

by Jon D. Daehnke