Native Americans and the Environment: Perspectives on the Ecological Indian

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Judith Antell is an enrolled member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, White Earth Reservation. She is Director of the American Indian Studies Program at the University of Wyoming. Her teaching and research interests include American Indian women and contemporary Indian affairs. She received a PhD in Ethnic Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.

Sebastian F. Braun received a master's degree in Ethnology from the University of Basel, Switzerland, and a PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Indiana University. His dissertation focused on contemporary tribal bison ranching on the Great Plains. He is currently Assistant Professor with the Department of Indian Studies at the University of North Dakota.

Ernest S. Burch Jr. is a historical ethnographer specializing in the study of northern peoples. He received his BA in Sociology from Princeton University and his MA and PhD in Anthropology from the University of Chicago. Currently he is a research associate of the Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution.

John Dorst is a Professor of American Studies at the University of Wyoming. He received his MA in Folklore/Folklife from the University of California, Berkeley, and his PhD in Folklore/Folklife from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of The Written Suburb (1989) and Looking West (1999), both published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.

Harvey A. Feit is a Professor of Anthropology at McMaster University. His main research is on indigenous rights struggles and conservation by James Bay Crees. He coedited, with Mario Blaser and Glen McRae, In the Way of Development: Indigenous Peoples, Life Projects and Globalization (20 04).

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