STUDIES IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
A Series Published by the University of Nebraska Press
Edited by Douglas R. Parks and Raymond J. DeMallie
This monograph series includes works on American Indian ethnograhpy, ethnology, ethnohistory, and linguistics. Its purpose is to provide a publication outlet for descriptive studies that focus on American Indian anthropology. Emphasis is placed on the presentation of new data, although theoretical studies that are also descriptive contributions are welcomed. The geographic focus includes all of North America.
Prospective authors are encouraged to contact either of the editors. Authors who wish to submit a manuscript should send two (2) copies to the editors. Address all correspondence and submissions to the editors at:
American Indian Studies Research Institute
422 North Indiana Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47408 U.S.A.
Monographs are published from camera-ready copy, generally prepared by the author, in hard-bound editions. Manuscripts are generally 200 to 400 double-spaced pages, but may be longer. The series is designed for monographs only; collections of essays are not normally considered. Press runs vary with anticipated demand.
- Archaeology and Ethnohistory of the Omaha Indians: The Big Village Site, by John Ludwickson and John M. O'Shea.
- The Canadian Sioux, by James H. Howard.
- Series Ceremonies of the Pawnee, by James R. Murie; edited by Douglas R. Parks.
- Comanche Political History An Ethnohistorical Perspective, by Thomas W. Kavanagh.
- Corbett Mack The Life of a Northern Paiute, as told by Michael Hittman.
- A Dictionary of Creek/Muskogee, by Jack B. Martin and Margaret McKane Mauldin.
- The Four Hills of Life: Northern Arapaho Knowledge and Life Movement, by Jeffrey D. Anderson.
- From the Sands to the Mountain: Change and Persistence in a Southern Paiute Community, by Pamela A. Bunte and Robert J. Franklin. (out of print)
- A Grammar of Comanche, by Jean Ormsbee Charney.
- A Grammar of Kiowa, by Laurel J. Watkins. (out of print)
- Haida Syntax, 2-Volume Set, by John Enrico.
- The Heiltsuks Dialogues of Culture and History on the Northwest Coast, by Michael E. Harkin.
- Koasati Dictionary, by Geoffrey D. Kimball.
- Koasati Grammer, by Geoffrey D. Kimball.
- The Lakota Ritual of the Sweat Lodge History and Contemporary Practice, by Raymond A. Bucko.
- Lushootseed Texts: An Introduction to Puget Salish Narrative Aesthetics, by Crisca Bierwert.
- The Medicine Men: Oglala Sioux Ceremony and Healing, by Thomas H. Lewis.
- Northern Haida Songs, by Wendy Bross Stuart and John Enrico.
- One Hundred Years of Old Man Sage: An Arapaho Life, by Jeffrey D. Anderson.
- People of the Dalles: The Indians of the Wascopam Mission, by Robert Boyd.
- Powhatan's World and Colonial Virginia: A Conflict of Cultures, by Frederic W. Gleach.
- Prophecy and Power among the Dogrib Indians, by June Helm.
- Reserve Memories: The Power of the Past in a Chilcotin Community, by David W. Dinwoodie.
- The Salish Language Family: Reconstructing Syntax, Paul D. Kroeber.
- The Semantics of Time: Aspectual Categorization in Koyukon Athabaskan, by Melissa Axelrod.
- Tales from Maliseet Country, by Philip S. LeSourd.
- "They Treated Us Just Like Indians:" The Worlds of Bennett County, South Dakota, by Paula L. Wagoner.
- Traditional Narratives of the Arikara Indians (Interlinear translations) Volume 1 Stories of Alfred Morsette, by Douglas R. Parks.
- Traditional Narratives of the Arikara Indians, Volume 2 Stories of Other Narrators, by Douglas R. Parks.
- Traditional Narratives of the Arikara Indians, English Translations, Volume 3 Stories of Alfred Morsette, by Douglas R. Parks.
- Traditional Narratives of the Arikara Indians, English Translations, Volume 4 Stories of Other Narrators, by Douglas R. Parks.
- Traditional Narratives of the Arikara Indians, by Douglas R. Parks.
- Wolverine Myths and Visions Dene Traditions from Northern Alberta, edited by Patrick Moore and Angela Wheelock.
- Yuchi Ceremonial Life: Performance, Meaning, and Tradition in a Contemporary American Indian Community, by Jason Baird Jackson.