BEYOND THE MESAS featured on First Peoples New Directions in Indigenous Studies blog

Yesterday evening I discovered that the First Peoples New Directions in Indigenous Studies initiative featured BEYOND THE MESAS on their blog! If you haven’t done so already, be sure to check out their website.

Their blog is a wonderful resource for those who want to stay informed about the latest books on indigenous studies, with an emphasis on books published by the University of Arizona Press, University of North Carolina Press, University of Minnesota Press, and Oregon State University Press.

One of the books that they recently highlighted was Jodi Byrd’s The Transit of Empire: Indigenous Critiques of Colonialism (University of Minnesota Press, 2011), which is due to come out in just a short few weeks. Jodi is my colleague and good friend at the University of Illinois.

Again, many thanks to Natasha Varner, Program Coordinator for the initiative, for spreading the word about BEYOND THE MESAS and other Native authored blogs!

Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert

2 thoughts on “BEYOND THE MESAS featured on First Peoples New Directions in Indigenous Studies blog

  1. Interesting website (First Peoples) and blog. I looked at “I am not a mascot” also featured on First Peoples site and found it worth returning to. Thanks for the reference.

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