A new issue of Aboriginal Policy Studies is out. Susy Frankel (Victoria): Branding Indigenous Peoples' Traditional Knowledge. Matthew L. M. Fletcher (Michigan State): Tribal Membership and Indian Nationhood. Elina Hill (Victoria): A Critique of the Call to "Always Indigenize!" Torivio A. Fodder (Arizona): A Libertarian Framework for Indian Rights. Rutgerd Boelens (Wageningen) et al: Contested Territories: Water Rights and the Struggles over Indigenous Livelihoods. Indianismo and Marxism: Alvaro Garcia Linera on the mismatch of two revolutionary rationales. Ghost Dances on the Great Plains: Before Wounded Knee, Native tribes following an apocalyptic prophet created a new dance that would, they hoped, rid the world of white people. The lost tribe: Isolation or inclusion — can India protect an ancient Andaman tribe on the verge of extinction? A question of relevance: Ahni Sep on the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples. Nicole Latulippe reviews Spaces Between Us: Queer Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Decolonization by Scott Lauria Morgensen. Brenda Parlee reviews Climate, Culture, Change: Inuit and Western Dialogues with a Warming North by Timothy Leduc.

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