Dr. Doug Kiel, UW-Whitewater alumnus and Assistant Professor of American Studies at Williams College (MA), will talk about “Economic development and the limits of indigenous sovereignty” on Wed., March 16, from 3:30pm-4:30pm in the UC Summers Auditorium. It’s the last 2015-16 Native Pride Lecture!
If you’d like to learn more, Andersen Library can help! Search Library databases to find articles such as “One hamburger at a time: Revisiting the state-society divide with the Seminole Tribe of Florida and Hard Rock International” (Current Anthropology, 2011, vol.52:suppl.3, pp.S137-S149), “Gaming sovereignty? A plea for protecting worker’s rights while preserving tribal sovereignty” (California Law Review, 2014, vol.102, p.1623-), “Economic development, Native Nations, and solar projects” (American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 2013, vol.72:no.1, pp.122-144), and “Native American sovereignty, employee rights and federal labour laws” (Labor Law Journal, 2014, vol.65:no.4, pp.259-269). There also are books such as Re-creating the Circle: The renewal of American Indian self-determination (online via ebrary — See especially the section “Nurturing the Circle: American Indian Nation sovereignty and economic development” in chapter 5).
Please Ask a librarian (visit the Reference Desk, call 262.472.1032, or choose to email or chat) for assistance with finding additional materials.