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American Indian Studies Program

Caskey Russell

Professor, American Indian Studies Program
Associate Professor
Ph.D. English
 • 307-766-6520 • Ross Hall 114

Critical Race Theory Matters: Education and Ideology by Margaret M. Zamudio, Caskey Russell, Francisco A. Rios and Jacquelyn L. Bridgeman. Routledge, Taylor and Francis (2010).

Selected Articles:
Cultures in Collision: Cosmology, Jurisprudence, and Religion in Tlingit Territory. American Indian Quarterly, Volume 33, Number 2, Spring (2009), pp. 230-252
The Paradox of Sovereignty: Contingencies of Meaning in American Indian Treaty Discourse. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 32:1 (2008) 1-19
Tools of Self-Definition: Nora Marks Dauenhauer's "How To Make Good Baked Salmon From The River." Studies in American Indian Literature, (2004) Vol. 16.3 
Language, Violence, and Indian Mis-education. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 26:4 (2002) 97-112.

Research Interests:
American Indian Literature and Film
Critical Race Theory
Rhetoric of American Indian Treaties and Sovereignty

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