Indigenous Policy Journal (IPJ) publishes articles, commentary, reviews, news, and announcements concerning Native American and international Indigenous affairs, issues, events, nations, groups and media. We invite commentary and dialogue in and between issues: if you are interested in contributing to the journal, please take the time to create a user account on our website and see our Submission Guidelines.
Articles: As IPJ is now a refereed journal, articles may be posted on a different schedule from the rest of the journal. We will send out an e-mail announcement when the next set of articles are posted, and can be downloaded as a pdf file. Current articles are available with list in the journal archive.
Vol 27, No 3 (2016): Winter 2017
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Indigenous Developments (Winter 2017)
Upcoming Events (Winter 2017)
Ongoing Activities (Winter 2017)
Indigenous Developments (Winter 2017)
Pipelines, Climate and 'Indigenous Consent
Ending a Century of Ecocide and Genocide, Seeding Earth
The U.S. Election and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
International Indian Treaty Council
Declaration of the Indigenous Food Sovereignty and Traditional Knowledge for Climate Change Resiliency Gathering
Indigenous Food Sovereignty and Traditional Knowledge
#NativeVote16-Overdue National Debate about Pipelines and 'Sound Science
#NativeVote16-Essence of Political Organizing is Found at Standing Rock
The Billion Dollar Dilemma: Funding Indian Health in the Trump Era
#NativeVote16-Alaska Native Success Story Is an Innovation from the States
Rethinking the Role of the Native Press
A Letter to the President of the Economic and Social Council Over 2016 UNPFII Election Process
Defending Mother Earth in Bolivia
Colombia’s Indigenous Peoples and the Peace Accords
Here’s How To Build 100% Clean Renewable Energy In The US Before 2040
#NativeVote16 - Solar Innovator Says Pipeline Debate Shows This as the Ideal Time to Transition to Renewable Energy
Winning the Election of Ideas
#Native Vote 16 - Indian Country Was Like America... Only More So
#NativeVote16 - Less Representation, not More, But a Few Important Wins Too
Sometimes the Stars Do Align: Peggy Flemming and a Run for Congress
Cole Says Replacement of 'Obamacare' Should Include the Indian Health Law
Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Addresses the UN General Assembly
OAS American Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Organization of the American States
Land Grabs and the International Criminal Court: Will Cambodia’s Kleptocrats Finally Face Justice?
Neil Loughlin and Tom Johnson
A Paradigm Project for the Future – Location: Morocco
Articles -- Posted January 2017
Relentless Assimilationist Indigenous Policy: From Invasion of Group Rights to Genocide in Mercy’s Clothing
Lantz Fleming Miller
Robert Nicholas Diotalevi, Susan Burhoe
Thomas Anthony Britten
Abdullah Al Mamun Bhuiyan
Jason Georg Fenno
Media Notes (Winter 2017)
Theses and Dissertations
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Our thanks to all the members of the advisory council who review article submissions: David Armstrong, Phil Bellfy, JoLee Blackbear, Bennis Blue, Stephen Brandon, Patricia Campbell, Ward Churchill, Shane Day, Larry French, Susan Gorgan, Burke Hendrix, Thomas Hoffman, Sheree Hukill, Lilias Jarding, Ezra Rosser, Mickey Poslun, and Stefanie Wickstrom.
IPJ IS SEEKING TO BUILD AN EDITORIAL COMMITTEE TO WORK WITH THE NEW EDITOR IN RUNNING THE ARTICLE REFEREEING PROCESS
IPJ is seeking volunteers to join the Editorial Committee to collaborate with Rick Wheelock, our a new Editor in coordinating the refereeing process for submitted articles, sending submissions round to advisory committee members for review, and making final decisions on articles based on reviewers' advice. If you are interested in on the Editorial Committee, please contact Rick Wheelock, WHEELOCK_R@fortlewis.edu.
IPJ INVITES VOLUNTEERS TO SERVE ON ITS ADVISORY COUNCIL, REFEREEING SUBMITTED ARTICLES. If you are interested in being a reviewer of submitted articles in the IPJ refereeing process, please contact Rick Wheelock, WHEELOCK_R@fortlewis.edu.
Book Review Committee:
IPJ has a book review committee. People wishing to review books, often receiving a copy to review, and those wishing to have a book review should send a copy, to David Weiden, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Native American Studies, Metropolitan State University of Denver, King Center 494, Campus Box 43, P.O. Box 173362, Denver, CO 80217-3362, 303-556-4914, firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR THE NEXT ISSUE IS June 8
INDIGENOUS POLICY PLANS FOR 2017-18 - WE INVITE YOUR HELP AND INPUT
We wish you a fine Winter season. Indigenous Policy journal is available on the web with email notification of new issues at no charge. Indigenous Policy puts out two regular issues a year (Summer and Winter), and since summer 2006, what is now a fall issue serving as the Proceedings of the Western Social Science Association Meeting American Indian Studies Section. We are seeking additional editors, columnists and commentators for regular issues, and editors or editorial groups for special issues, and short articles for each issue. A new development is that, thanks to long time compilers Jonathon Erlen and Jay Toth, we are developing a regularly updated and searchable data base of Ph.D. Dissertations from Universities Around the World on Topics Relating to Indians in the Americas, compiled from Dissertation Abstracts, with recent dissertations also listed separately in each of our regular Summer and Winter issues.
As IPJ is a refereed journal, articles may be posted on a different schedule from the rest of the journal. New articles may go up either at the same time as regular issues, or be added to already posted issues, and may or may not remain up when issues change, until replaced by new articles. Notices go out to our list serve when new issues are posted, and when new articles are posted. To be added to the list to receive e-mail notice of new postings of issues, and new postings of articles, send an e-mail to Steve Sachs: email@example.com.
Jeff Corntassel and colleagues put together a special winter 2002 issue with a focus on “federal recognition and Indian Sovereignty at the turn of the century.” We had a special issue on international Indigenous affairs summer 2004, on Anthropology, Archeology and Litigation – Alaska Style spring 2012, on Exploring the Governance Landscape of Indigenous Peoples and Water in Canada, Spring 2014, and are about to have additional special issues. We invite articles, reports, announcements and reviews of meetings, and media, programs and events, and short reports of news, commentary and exchange of views, as well as willingness to put together special issues.
Send us your thoughts and queries about issues and interests and replies can be printed in the next issue and/or made by e-mail. In addition, we will carry Indigenous Studies Network (ISN) news and business so that these pages can be a source of ISN communication and dialoguing in addition to circular letters and annual meetings at APSA. In addition to being the newsletter/journal of the Indigenous Studies Network, we collaborate with the Native American Studies Section of the Western Social Science Association (WSSA) and provide a dialoguing vehicle for all our readers. This is your publication. Please let us know if you would like to see more, additional, different, or less coverage of certain topics, or a different approach or format.
IPJ is a refereed journal. Submissions of articles should go to Rick Wheelock, firstname.lastname@example.org, who will send them out for review. Our process is for non-article submissions to go to Steve Sachs, who drafts each regular issue. Unsigned items are by Steve. Other editors then make editing suggestions to Steve. Thomas Brasdefer posts this Journal on the IPJ web site: http://www.indigenouspolicy.org.
GUIDE TO SUBMITTING WRITINGS TO IPJ
We most welcome submissions of articles, commentary, news, media notes and announcements in some way relating to American Indian or international Indigenous policy issues, broadly defined. Please send article submissions electronically attached to e-mail to Rick Wheelock, email@example.com, who will send them out for review. All non-article submissions (including Research Notes, which usually are non refereed articles) go via email to Steve Sachs: firstname.lastname@example.org , or on disk, at: 1916 San Pedro, NE, Albuquerque, NM, 87110. If you send writings in Word format, we know we can work with them. We can translate some, but not all other formats into word. If you have notes in your submission, please put them in manually, as end notes as part of the text. Do not use an automated 5 footnote/end note system that numbers the notes as you go and put them in a footer such automated notes are often lost, and if not, may appear elsewhere in the journal, and not in your article, as several writings are posted together in the same file. If you use any tables in a submission, please send a separate file(s) for them, as it is impossible to work with them to put on the web when they are an integral part of a Word text. Some other format/style things are helpful to us, and appreciated, but not an absolute requirement. As we publish in 12 point Times font, with single spacing, and a space between paragraphs, it saves us work if we receive writings that way. Many thanks. We look forward to seeing what you send us. =+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=
Indigenous Policy Plans For 2015-16 - We Invite Your Help And Input
Deadline for Submissions for the next Issue is June 8th
IPJ is a refereed journal. Submissions of articles should go to Rick Wheelock, WHEELOCK_R@fortlewis.edu, who will send them out for review. Our process is for non-article submissions to go to Steve Sachs, email@example.com who drafts each regular issue. Unsigned items are by Steve. Other editors then make editing suggestions to Steve. Thomas Brasdefer posts this Journal on the IPJ web site: http://www.indigenouspolicy.org