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Publications for Rebecca Tsosie 



BOOKS
  • Robert Clinton, Carole Goldberg, & Rebecca Tsosie, American Indian Law: Native Nations and the Federal System (6th ed., 2010, 5th ed., 2007, 4th ed., 2003, LexisNexis).
    KF8204 C55 2010
  • Carol Chiago Lujan, James Riding In, & Rebecca Tsosie, Justice in Indian Country : a Process Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Justice Indian Country Justice Initiative (U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice 1998).


ARTICLES


BOOK CHAPTERS


PRESENTATIONS
  • Can International Law Support Changes to Federal Indian Policy? Implementing the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, panelist for conference sponsored by ASU Indian Legal Program, (Apr. 19, 2013).
  • Identity as a Driver of Sovereignty: Indigenous Women and Identity Harms, presentation for 38th Annual Indian Law Conference of the Federal Bar Association (April 11-12, 2013).
  • Indigenous Peoples and Cultural Sustainability: The Role of Traditional Knowledge, paper presented at Workshop on Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Amerind Institute, Dragoon, AZ (April 26-28, 2013).
  • Indigenous Peoples and Epistemic Injustice: Science, Ethics, and Human Rights, presentation for ASU Indian Legal Program Speaker’s Series (Mar. 7, 2013).
  • Indigenous Peoples and First Foods: The Cultural Landscape of Food Sustainability in an Age of Bioengineering, presentation for Symposium on “The Cultural Politics of Seeds,” Sponsored by Center for the Study of Women, University of California, Los Angeles (May 17, 2013).
  • Indigenous Sovereignty and Cultural Sustainability: Protecting Native Lands and Native Nations, keynote speaker for 14th Annual Conference of the American Indian Studies Association (ASU, Feb. 7, 2013).
  • Pioneering the Sacred: Indigenous Peoples and the Genome Commons, invited public lecture at University of Washington (sponsored by Institute for Public Health Genetics and School of Law) (Apr. 17, 2013).
  • Superdiversity and Cultural Production: Where Do Native Nations Fit (or Do They?), presentation for Conference on Superdiversity California Style: Understandings of Race, Civil Rights, Governance and Cultural Production, University of California, Los Angeles (Feb. 28-Mar. 1, 2013).
  • American Law Institute Indian Law Conference, participant, Washington, D.C. (Mar. 29, 2012).
  • Human Rights Accountability: A Reparative Justice Perspective, presentation for conference on Indian Tribes and Human Rights Accountability, Michigan State University College of Law (Cct. 4-5, 2012).
  • Indigenous Peoples and Climate Adaptation, invited presentation for Climate Adaptation Futures: Second Annual International Climate Adaptation Conference, University of Arizona (May 29-31, 2012).
  • Indigenous Peoples and Epistemic Injustice: Science, Ethics, and Human Rights, invited speaker for Colloquium University of Washington School of Law (Feb. 17, 2012).
  • Indigenous Peoples and Epistemic Injustice: Science, Ethics, and Human Rights, invited keynote for Association for the Advancement of American Science (AAAS) Conference on Science and Human Rights, Washington, D.C. (Jan. 23, 2012).
  • Indigenous Peoples and Sustainable Development, presentation for University of Paris, Descartes (June 26, 2012).
  • Indigenous Rights and Genomic Research: Developing Appropriate Data-Sharing Policies, invited speaker for Conference on Exploring Pathways to Trust, Center for Genomics and Healthcare Equality at University of Washington (Feb. 16, 2012).
  • Indigenous Sovereignty and Self-Determination, invited presentation for Transitions Conference, American Indian Law Center, Inc., Isleta Pueblo, NM (Feb. 28, 2012).
  • Indigenous Women and International Human Rights Law, presentation for Luce Conference, Religion and International Affairs: Through the Prism of Rights and Gender, (Mar. 15-16, 2012).
  • Native Peoples and National Museums: Political Reconciliation and the Ethics of Memory, invited paper for Material Memory Symposium, Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK (May 18-19, 2012).
  • Presentations on Comparative Indigenous Land Rights and Indigenous Sovereignty, 2012 World Indigenous Lawyer’s Conference, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. (Sept. 5-8, 2012).
  • Roundtable on Indigenous Cultural Rights, speaker and participant, ASU College of Law (June 18-19, 2012).
  • The Legacy of David Getches’ Indian Law Scholarship, presentation for the University of Colorado Law School’s Symposium on the Life and Work of David Getches (April 26-27, 2012).
  • The Politics of Inclusion: Indigenous Peoples and U.S. Citizenship, invited Paper for Born in the USA: The Politics of Birthright Citizenship in Historical Perspective, University of Maryland, College Park, MD (Mar. 29-30, 2012).
  • Cultural Sovereignty and Tribal Energy Development: Creating a Land Ethic for the Twenty-First Century, Presentation for “Treaty to Trust to Carcieri: the Economic Future for Indian Lands,” Sponsored by the Indian Legal Program, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona (April 28, 2011).
  • Defensive Sovereignty: Property, Race and Resistance, Invited Speaker for Panel, Critical Race Theory Symposium, University of California at Los Angeles School of Law, Los Angeles, California (April 1-2, 2011).
  • History of Federal Indian Law, and Jurisdiction in Indian Country, For “Indian Law 101” New Mexico Bar Association CLE Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico (April 14, 2011).
  • Hot Issues in Federal Indian Law, Invited Speaker for Panel, “Best Practices and Continuing Challenges in Federal Indian Law,” Annual Federal Bar Association Conference on Federal Indian Law, Santa Fe, New Mexico, (April 7-8, 2011).
  • Indigenous Human Rights, Domestic Civil Rights, and the Ethics of Pluralism, Presentation for “Legal Pluralism in Latin America: Challenges & Comparative Perspectives” (hosted by University of California, San Diego, Center for Iberian Latin American Studies and Co-Sponsored by the California Western School of Law) La Jolla, California (May 5-6, 2011).
  • Indigenous Women and International Human Rights Law: the Challenges of Colonialism, Cultural Survival, and Self-Determination, Presentation for “Rights and Their Translation Into Practice” University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (April 23, 2011).
  • International Trade in Indigenous Cultural Heritage: an Argument for Indigenous Governance of Cultural Property, Keynote Speaker and Paper for “International Trade in Indigenous Cultural Heritage” Lucerne, Switzerland, Via Skype, (January 18, 2011).
  • Legal Transformation Through Critical Scholarship, Presentation for “Cultivating Native Intellect and Philosophy: a Community Symposium Recognizing and Discussing the Contributions of Christine Zuni Cruz” Sponsored by University of New Mexico School of Law, Albuquerque, New Mexico (March 10, 2011).
  • Native Nations and the Reconciliation Movement , Invited speaker/participant, Workshop on law, religion, and culture University of Colorado Law School (July 21, 2011).
  • Reconceptualizing Tribal Rights: Can Self-Determination be Actualized Within the U.S. Constitutional Structure, Lecture and Paper for Lewis and Clark Law Review Symposium on "The Future of International Law in Indigenous Affairs: the Doctrine of Discovery, the United Nations, and the Organization of American States” Portland, Oregon, (April 15, 2011).
  • The Impact of Climate Change on Tribal Resource Management, Invited participant, University of Georgia, Sponsored by the Institute of Native American Studies and the U.S. Forest Service (August 26-27, 2011).
  • The Leadership of Native Women in the Legal Academy, Presentation for “Gender Justice & Indian Sovereignty: Native American Women and the Law” Thomas Jefferson Law School, San Diego, California (February 18, 2011).
  • The Legacy of Montana V. U.s.: a Study on Property, Wealth and Inequality, Presentation for “Montana V. United States: Pathmarking the Field of Indian Law for Three Decades and Counting” Sponsored by University of New Mexico School of Law, Albuquerque, New Mexico (March 25, 2011).
  • The Legal Foundation of Tribal Sovereignty, Presentation for Annual "Transitions" Conference for Native Leaders sponsored by the American Indian Law Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (March 3-4, 2011).
  • The Politics of Inclusion: Indigenous Peoples and U.S. Citizenship, Seeking Justice Lecture, Arizona State University (Nov. 16, 2011).
  • The Power of Illumination: Belonging to a Knowledge Community, Commencement speaker, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida (June 12, 2011).
  • The Role of Cultural Sovereignty in Promoting Indigenous Self-Determination, Invited keynote speaker, Te Hunga Roia Maori o Aotearoa Conference, Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand (July 1, 2011).
  • Civil Jurisdiction in Indian Country , Tribal Skills College, Arizona State University College of Law, (May 17, 2010).
  • Climate Change, Keynote Speaker, Coast Salish Summit, Tulalip, Washington, (April 26-27, 2010).
  • Conference Chair , Arizona State University Indian Legal Program’s Symposium on Repatriation at 20, (January 29, 2010).
  • Cultural Sovereignty and Cultural Property: the Legal Context of Indigenous Claims to “Art” and “Artifacts”, 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetics on “Crossing Borders: Exploring Connections Between Philosophical Aesthetics and Other Studies of the Arts”, Victoria, British Columbia, (October 28, 2010).
  • Duty to Rescue, Organ Donation Policy, and Takings, American Society for Bioethics & Humanities, 2010 Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, (October 22, 2010).
  • Indigenous Women and International Human Rights Law, University of California at Los Angeles Symposium on International Human Rights,Los Angeles, California, (January 21, 2010).
  • New Directions in Native Health, Speaker and Conference Chair, Sponsored by Arizona State University Indian Legal Program, Tempe, Arizona, (November 5, 2010).
  • Prepared Paper, Workshop Participant, Prepared Paper on the U.N. Declaration on Indigenous Rights for Meeting With Officials at the U.S. Department of Interior, in Preparation for Their Consultation With Tribal Leaders, Washington D.C., (Sept. 24, 2010).
  • Reconceptualizing Tribal Sovereignty Within Federal Indian Law: Can Self-Determination be Actualized Within the American Constitutional Structure?, Federal Bar Association Indian Law Conference, (April 8, 2010).
  • Sovereignty and Education, American Indian Leadership Program, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, (October 13, 2010).
  • Speaker, Health Care Summit, Washington, D.C., (October 5, 2010).
  • Speaker, Phoenix Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, (March 18, 2010).
  • Speaker, University of California at Los Angeles Critical Race Theory Symposium, Los Angeles, California (March 11-12, 2010).
  • Speaker, Indian Education Conference, hosted by Arizona State University College of Education, Tempe, Arizona, (February 19, 2010).
  • Speaker, Arizona State University Faculty Women’s Association Leadership Summit, (February 17, 2010).
  • The Future of Healthcare Administration in Indian Country: Harmonizing the Federal Trust Responsibility With Tribal Self-Determination, Warrior Spirit Indigenous Psychology Conference, (April 22, 2010).
  • The Future of Tribal Self-Determination: Does U.S. Federal Indian Law Meet International Standards for Indigenous Rights, The University of Tulsa Nalc Conference on “International Law: Future Imparts on the Tribal-Federal Relationship," (October 8, 2010).
  • Tribal Energy Economies, Moderator, Arizona State University Indian Legal Program’s Symposium, Tempe, Arizona, (March 25-26, 2010).
  • Tribal Self-Determination & Health Governance, Speaker and Panel Chair, The American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics: “Using Law, Policy, and Research to Improve the Public’s Health, a National Conference,” Atlanta, Georgia, (September 14, 2010).
  • Tribal Sovereignty and Federal Indian Law, Conference on “Transitions: New Directions in Tribal Leadership,” Sponsored by the American Indian Law Center, Inc., Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort, (March 22-23, 2010).
  • U.N. Declaration on Indigenous Rights, Workshop Participant, Prepared Paper for Meeting with Officials at the U.S. Department of Interior, In Preparation for Consultation with Tribal Leaders, Washington, D.C., (September 24, 2010).
  • United States-Tribal Relations: Does U.s. Indian Policy Meet International Standards for Indigenous Rights?, University of Idaho Bellwood Lecture Series, (April 16, 2010).
  • Advocating for an Environment of Equality: Legal and Ethical Duties in a Changing Climate, Keynote Speaker, University of Oregon’s Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation Symposium (September 11, 2009).
  • Climate Change, Sustainability and Globalization: Charting the Future of Indigenous Environmental Self-Determination, Conference on Sustainability, University of Houston Law School, (February 5-6, 2009).
  • Collateralization of Real Property Interests in Indian Country, Lead Presenter, Uniform Laws Commission Meeting, (December 11, 2009).
  • Indigenous Women and International Human Rights Law: Challenges of Colonialism, Cultural Survival and Self-Determination, University of Hawaii Conference on "Indigenous Women's Rights: Conflicts and Challenges for Today's Indigenous Women," The Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal and Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law, (March 12, 2009).
  • Judicial Reasoning in Cases of Cultural Conflict, Judicial Reasoning in Cases of Cultural Conflict, University of Nebraska College of Law Indian Legal Education Initiative, (February 27, 2009).
  • Making the Transition from Law Practice to Law Teaching, Arizona State Bar Leadership Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, (January 16, 2009).
  • Museums and Indians, University of Tulsa College of Law Native American Law Center Symposium "Exhibiting Culture: Museums and Indians," (May 15, 2009).
  • Native Nations and Climate Change: Building an Ethics of Environmental Stewardship, Featured Speaker, Annual Rennard Strickland Lecture, (October 2009).
  • Native Nations and Museums: Developing an Institutional Framework for Cultural Sovereignty, University of Tulsa College of Law, Symposium on "Exhibiting Culture: Museums and Indians," (May 15, 2009).
  • State-Tribal Relations, National Association of Attorney General’s Annual Conference, (December 2, 2009).
  • Sustainability: Moving from Theory to Practical Application, University of Houston Sustainability Symposium, University of Houston Environmental & Energy Law & Policy Journal, (February 6, 2009).
  • The Challenge of Pluralism: Native Nations and U.S. Justice, University of Maryland Diversity Council Lecture Series, (November 9, 2009).
  • The Contemporary Context of State-Tribal Relations, Arizona State Legislature and Native American Caucus, (May 20, 2009).
  • The Roberts Court and the Native Trust Cases, Conference on Tribal Justice: The Supreme Court and the Future of Federal Indian Law, Harvard Law School, (April 6, 2009).
  • The Story of Dann V. United States, Indian Law Stories Conference, University of California at Los Angeles Law School, (March 6, 2009).
  • Tribal Sovereignty and Education , Navajo Nation’s Education Conference, Fort McDowell, (November 6, 2009).
  • Tribal Sovereignty and Federal Policy , Conference on Transitions in Governance, Sponsored by the American Indian Law Center, Inc., New Mexico, (February 23-24, 2009).
  • Alternative Frameworks for the Legal Protection of Cultural Expression, Conference on Traditional Cultural Expression, United States Libraries and Archives, Washington, D.C., (November 12-14, 2008).
  • Climate Change, Sustainability and Globalization: Charting the Future of Indigenous Environmental Self-Determination, Paper Given at Symposium on Climate Change and Human Rights, University of Iowa Law School, (February 15, 2008).
  • Concepts of Intellectual Property and Cultural Property in Tribal Research Codes, Conference on “Future Directions of Tribal Health Research in Arizona,” Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona, (October 30-31, 2008).
  • Cultural Challenges to Biotechnology: Native Americans and Genetic Research, Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series, University of Iowa School of Law, (January 31, 2008).
  • Current Challenges for Tribal Forest Management Policy, Conference on “The Federal Lands Agenda for the 21st Century: Options for the Next Administration,” University of Montana School of Law, (September 22-24, 2008).
  • Ethical, Social and Economic Implications of Indian Gaming, Arizona State University Symposium on Indian Gaming (with Sam Deloria), Tempe, Arizona, (October 16-17, 2008).
  • Genetic Research and Native Peoples: Emerging Legal and Ethical Issues, Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Genetic Research Conference, National Human Genome Institute, (May 1-3, 2008).
  • Genetic Research and Native Peoples: Emerging Legal and Ethical Issues, National Human Genome Institute Conference on the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Genetic Research, (May 1-3, 2008).
  • Genetic Research and Native Peoples: Emerging Legal and Ethical Issues, Paper given at Warrior Spirit Indigenous Psychology Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (April 24-25,2008).
  • Genomics, Governance and Indian Tribes, Participant and Facilitator, Workshop, Arizona State University College of Law, (November 6-7, 2008).
  • Native American Religious Freedom and the Status of Repatriation, American Indian Religious Freedom Conference, Al Neuharth Media Center, University of South Dakota, (May 6-8, 2008).
  • Native Nations and the Spirit of Reconciliation, Keynote Speaker, 19th Annual Residential Institute, Nova Southeastern University, (October 19, 2008).
  • Native Nations and the Spirit of Reconciliation, Managing Conflict and Removing Barriers to Collaborative Decision Making Conference, Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution, Maryland, (June 19-20, 2008).
  • Native Nations and Transformative Justice, Transformative Justice in Communities of Color Conference, University of California, Berkeley, (September 11-12, 2008).
  • Native Norms of Sustainability and Community Development, Sustainable Development Conference, University of Colorado, Boulder, (June 4-6, 2008).
  • Tribal Sacred Places and Cultural Resources on Public Lands, American Bar Association Environment, Energy, and Resources Law Summit: 16th Section Fall Meeting, (September 17-20, 2008).
  • Civil Jurisdiction in Indian Country, Indian Law 101, Co-sponsored by Arizona State University Indian Legal Program and University of Seattle Law School, Seattle, Washington, (June 22, 2007).
  • Commentator, 2007 American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, Panel on Indigenous Peoples and Traditional Knowledge, Prepared Comments on Papers by Professors Munzer and Raustiala, Lamont and Lacey, and Wolf, (April 7, 2007).
  • Cultural Challenges to Biotechnology, Conference on the Ethics of Population Genomics, University of California, Santa Cruz, (May 17-18, 2007).
  • Global Justice and Indigenous Rights to Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge, 2007 Information Ethics Roundtable, University of Arizona, (March 23-24, 2007).
  • Indians and Energy: Exploitation and Opportunity in the American Southwest, Commentator, Symposium and Book Project, School of American Research, Santa Fe New Mexico, (September 28, 2007).
  • Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Justice: the Impact of Climate Change, Paper Given at Symposium on Climate Change, University of Colorado Law School, (March 16-17, 2007).
  • Laws Regulating Indian Art and Artifacts, , Heard Museum Guild, (September 19, 2007).
  • Native Nations and the Spirit of Reconciliation: the Global Context of Indigenous Peacemaking, Keynote Address, Annual Conference of Association of Conflict Resolution, (October 27, 2007).
  • Presenter, 40th Anniversary of Pre-Law Summer Institute Conference, (April 21, 2007).
  • Acknowledging the Past to Heal the Future: Native Americans and Reparations, Distinguished Speaker Series, Duke University, (April 28, 2006).
  • Acknowledging the Past to Heal the Future: Native Americans and Reparations, Distinguished Speaker Series, Duke University, (April 28, 2006).
  • Challenges to Sacred Sites Protection, Keynote Address, Symposium on “Borrowing the Land: Cultures of Ownership in the Western Landscape,” University of Denver Law School, (February 17, 2006).
  • Challenges to Sacred Sites Protection, Keynote Address, Symposium on “Borrowing the Land: Cultures of Ownership in the Western Landscape,” University of Denver Law School, (February 17, 2006).
  • Civil Jurisdiction in Indian Country, Indian Law 101, Arizona State University, (February 3, 2006).
  • Civil Jurisdiction in Indian Country, Arizona State Judges’ Conference, (June 23, 2006).
  • Conceptual Challenges to the Protection of Native Cultural Heritage, Paper and Presentation, Conference on Cultural Heritage at Willamette University, Oregon, (September 12-14, 2006).
  • Cultural Trademarks and Indigenous Peoples Intellectual Property Rights, Intellectual Property Conference, University of Hawaii, (July 29, 2006).
  • Current Issues in Implementation of NAGPRA, Intertribal Conference at the Susanville Indian Rancheria, (September 27, 2006).
  • Native Americans and Reparations, Symposium on “Taking Reparations Seriously,” Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California, (March 18, 2006).
  • Native Americans and Reparations , Symposium on "Taking Reparations Seriously," Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California, (March 18, 2006).
  • Native Americans and Reparations: Concepts of Reconciliation and Justice, Featured Speaker, Native Nations Lecture Series, University of North Dakota Law School, (April 20, 2006).
  • Native Americans and Reparations: Concepts of Reconciliation and Justice, Featured Speaker, Native Nations Lecture Series, University of North Dakota Law School, (April 20, 2006).
  • Native Nations and Self-Determination, Conference on International Indigenous Rights, University of Hawaii, (November 10-13, 2006).
  • Storytelling and Native American Jurisprudence, Arizona State Bar Conference, (June 15-16, 2006).
  • The Politics of Repatriation Law, Keynote Address,UCLA Conference on “Sharing Interpretations: California Repatriation Law,” San Manuel Indian Reservation, California, (January 14, 2006).
  • Tribal Courts and Peacemaking , For National Conference on Alternative Dispute Resolution, Phoenix Law School, (March 3, 2006).
  • Tribal Courts and Peacemaking, National Conference on Alternative Dispute Resolution, Phoenix Law School, (March 3, 2006).
  • What Does it Mean to Build a Nation? Reimagining Indigenous Political Identity in an Era of Self-Determination, American Philosophical Association Conference, Pacific Division, Portland, Oregon, (March 22-23, 2006).
  • What does it Mean to Build a Nation? Reimagining Indigenous Political Identity in an Era of Self-Determination, American Philosophical Association Conference, Pacific Division, Portland, Oregon, (March 22-23, 2006).
  • Adjudicating Culture, Politicizing Law: Legal Strategies for Black and Indigenous Land Rights Struggles in the Americas, The University of Texas at Austin, (April 2005).
  • Civil Jurisdiction in Indian Country, Arizona Attorney General’s Office, (September 8, 2005).
  • Critical Race Theory, Presentation, Michigan Journal of Race and Law Symposium on Future of Critical Race Theory, (February 2005).
  • Ethics and Indian Law, Presentation, 30th Annual Federal Bar Association Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (April 15, 2005).
  • Evolving Themes in Tribal Court Jurisprudence, Presentation, Navajo Nation Bar Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, (June 1, 2005).
  • Genetic Property and Native American Rights, University of Washington, (November 16, 2005).
  • Genetic Property and Native American Rights, Conference sponsored by Intertribal Council of Arizona, (October 12, 2005).
  • Genetic Property and Native American Rights, University of Florida, Gainsville, Florida, (October 3, 2005).
  • How the Land Was Taken, American Indian Nations Symposium, Great Falls, Montana, (July 2005).
  • Moderator, For Panel Presentation at Trust Conference, (December 1-2, 2005).
  • Montana State Impaired Driving Assessment Team: Native American Issues, Montana State Alcohol Assessment, Helena, Montana, (May 2005).
  • Native American Intellectual Property Rights, Center for Intellectual Property Law, Distinguished Lecture Series on Native American Intellectual Property Rights, DePaul University, College of Law, Chicago, (February 2005).
  • Native American Women and Leadership: An Ethics of Culture and Relationship, Keynote Address, International Conference on Indigenous Feminism, Calgary, Canada, (August 26, 2005).
  • Native Women and Leadership: An Ethics of Culture and Relationship, Keynote address,Symposium on “Women in Tribal and Community Leadership,” University of Oregon, Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, (November 10, 2005).
  • Research Liability: Rights and Responsibilities of Researchers from a Native American Perspective, Lecture, Conference Sponsored by National Association of Women Judges, Genome Justice Pilot Project, (April 9, 2005).
  • Tribal Sovereignty, Arizona State University West, Lifelong Learning Center, (December 15, 2005).
  • Victoria Colloquium in Political, Social and Legal Theory, Spring 2005.
  • What does it mean “To Build a Nation”? Reimagining Indigenous Political Identity in an Era of Self-Determination, Keynote Address, Asian-Pacific Law and Policy Journal's Symposium at the University of Hawaii, University of Hawaii, (February 2005).
  • Bioethics, Genetics, and Group Rights, Bioethics Conference, Arizona State University, (Fall 2004).
  • Civil Adjudicatory & Regulatory Jurisdiction, Indian Law 101, Grand Casino Mille Lacs, Hinckley, Minnesota, (August 2004).
  • Critical Race Theory and Whiteness, Sponsored by the Journal of Law and Policy, St. Louis, School of Law, Presentation for Washington University Conference, (October 2004).
  • Environmental Law and Indigenous Peoples, Presentation, AALS Summer Conference, Portland, Oregon, (June 2004).
  • Keynote Speaker, University of Victoria’s Intellectual Property Conference in Vancouver, (July 2004).
  • Native American “Art” and “Artifacts” , Presentation, President Crow’s Group at Triple Creek, Montana, (May 2004).
  • Protecting Native Cultures for Women and Philanthropy Group, Presentation, Santa Fe, New Mexico, (April 2004).
  • Racial Healing and Native Americans, Presentation, Conference on Race and Justice, University of Michigan, (April 2004).
  • Reconceptualizing Property Rights, Presentation for Panel on “the Nature of Property”, AALS Summer Conference, Portland, Oregon, (June 2004).
  • The Ethics of Indian Gaming, Chautauqua Institute, New York, (July 2004).
  • The Legacy of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: Contemporary Applications of the Doctrine of Discovery, Presentation, Symposium, Lewis and Clark College, (May 2004).
  • Civil Adjudicatory & Regulatory Jurisdiction, Presenter, Indian Law 101, CLE offered by the Indian Legal Program, Arizona State University, (February 2003).
  • Commentator, Barry Goldwater Conference on American Institutions, “Individual Rights and Tribal Revitalization”, Arizona State University, (February 2003).
  • Justice Requires Reconciliation, Panelist, Native Hawaiian Bar Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, (January 2003).
  • Native Land Claims in the United States, Invited Paper, Conference on Delgamu’ukw, Mabo, and Ysleta: Native Title in Canada, Australia, and the United States, University of Calgary, (September 2003).
  • Native Title in the United States: Reparative Justice or Extinguishment of Liability?, Invited Paper, University of Minnesota School of Law, Pattee Lecture Series, (October 2003).
  • Panelist, American Indian Law Day, University of Michigan Law School, American Indian Law Day, (March 2003).
  • Restoration through Justice & Reconciliation, Panelist, Native Hawaiian Advisory Council, Honolulu, Hawaii, (January 2003).
  • State-Tribal Cooperative Efforts in Protecting Native American Burials, Sacred Objects, and Sacred Sites, Presentation, Conference on “Protecting the Spirits of our Ancestors: Repatriation and Sacred Sites,” Santa Fe, New Mexico, (September 2003).
  • The Intersection of Water Quality and Water Quantity, Presentation, National Tribal Environmental Council Annual Conference, Gila River Indian Community, (April 2003).
  • When Cultures Clash, Ethics Conference, Joan and David Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, Moderator, Panel on Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Conflict, Arizona State University, (February 2003).
  • Federalism’s Emerging Threat to Civil Rights: The Case of Native American Nations, Presentation, Equal Justice Conference, Harvard University, (April 2002).
  • Joint Colloquium, With Donald Fixico and Scott Momaday, Heard Museum, (March 2002).
  • NAGPRA: The Issue of Culturally Unidentifiable Remains, Presentation, National Congress of American Indians (November 2001), Arizona State University Symposium (December 2001) and the Institute of American Indian Arts, (April 2002).
  • Native Americans and Reparations, Presentation, AALS Annual Meeting, Section on Minority Groups Panel on Reparations, (January 2002).
  • Native Americans and Reparations: Moral and Legal Considerations, Presentation, American Philosophical Association Conference, (April 2002).
  • Native Nations and the Politics of Environmental Restoration: Intercultural Notions of Value, Sustainability and Justice, Keynote Lecture, University of South Dakota Indian Law Symposium on “Indian Law, Culture & the Environment: A New Dialogue for a New Century”, (April 2002).
  • Preserving Tribal Cultural Heritage Through Cultural Property Laws, Paper and Presentation, Federal Bar Association’s Indian Law Conference, (April 2002).
  • The Legal Status of Indian Nations: An Overview of Tribal Sovereignty, The Legal Dimensions of Tribal Sovereignty over the Reservation Environment, Current Supreme Court Decisions on Jurisdiction, Papers and Presentations, National Tribal Environmental, Enforcement and Compliance Conference, Reno, Nevada, (April 30, May 1, 2002).
  • Tribalism, Constitutionalism and Cultural Pluralism: Where do Indigenous Peoples fit within Civil Society?, Paper and Presentation, Symposium on Native Americans and the 22 Constitution, University of Pennsylvania Law School, (Feb. 2002), University of Colorado Law School, (Feb. 2002), University of Utah Law School, (April 2002), University of Arizona’s Colloquium Series on Native Peoples, (February 2002).
  • Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country, Presentation, United States Attorney’s Office, (May, 2001).
  • Indigenous Sovereignty and Treaty Rights in the United States, Paper and Presentation, Conference on “Indigenous Peoples, Constitutional States, and Treaties or Other Constructive Arrangements between Peoples and States,” University of Seville, Spain, (September 2001).
  • Invited Participant , Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, Pursuing Equal Justice, Workshop on Property, Wealth and Inequality, (January 2001).
  • Native American Cultural Resource Protection: Property Rights, Religious Freedom, and Cultural Survival, Institute of American Indian Arts, (April 2001).
  • Native American Women and Cultural Survival: A Historical and Contemporary Perspective, Working Paper for The Ford Foundation Research Seminar on The Meanings and Representations of Work in the Lives of Women of Color, (June 2001).
  • Nevada v. Hicks, Presentation, Prepared for Conference Sponsored by Arizona Intertribal Council, (October 2001).
  • Preservation of Native American and Historical Natural History Collections Contaminated with Pesticide Residues, Regulatory, Legal and Ethical Issues, The Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections, National Park Service and the National Museum of the American Indian, (April, 2001).
  • Sovereignty and Judicial Federalism: How do we Ensure Justice and Balance in Federal Indian Law?, Presentation, National Judicial College Program with Supreme Court Justices O’Connor and Breyer, Reno, Nevada, (July 2001).
  • The Conflict between the ‘Public Trust’ and the ‘Indian Trust’ Doctrines: Federal Policy on Land and Cultural Resources, Federal Bar Association, Indian Law Conference, (April 2001).
  • The Future of Federal Indian Law, Presentation, National American Indian Court Judges’ Association, National Judicial College, Reno, Nevada, (July 2001).
  • Who Owns the Past? Dialogue on NAGPRA, Presentation, Heard Museum, (November 2001).
  • Dividing the Waters, Presentation, Conference of Judges, Masters, and Referrees involved in Western General Stream Adjudications, (October 2000).
  • Invited Participant, Ford Foundation, Research Seminar on The Meanings and Representations of Work in the Lives of Women of Color, (June 2000).
  • Land, Culture and Community: Envisioning Native American Sovereignty and National Identity in the 21st Century, Presentation, First International Conference on The Future of Indigenous Peoples, Ben-Gurion, Israel, (May 2000).
  • Native American Heritage Resources: A Native American Perspective, Presentation, Conference on “Overview of Archeological Protection Law,” Department of the Interior, National Center for Cultural Resources, Archeology and Ethnography Program, (September 2000).
  • Native American Women and the Politics of Development, Presentation, First International Conference on The Future of Indigenous Peoples, Ben-Gurion, Israel, (May 2000).
  • Reform in American History and Law, Presentation for Fulbright American Studies Institute in Reform in American History and Law at Boston College, (June 2000).
  • Rethinking the Tribal Sovereignty Doctrine: Cultural Sovereignty and the Collective Future of Indian Nations, Keynote Address, American Indian Conference, University of Idaho, (November 2000).
  • Sacred Obligations: Intercultural Justice and The Discourse of Treaty Rights, Invited Paper, Presented at Symposium on Race at the Turn of the Century, UCLA School of Law, (February 2000).
  • Testimony on NAGPRA, Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, (July 2000).
  • Commentator, NAGPRA Review Committee on the Draft Principles of Agreement regarding Disposition of Culturally Unidentifiable Human Remains, (November 1999).
  • Imaging Native People in Film and Art: Cultural Appropriation or Cultural Commentary, Invited Paper, Presented at the Symposium on "A Critical Legal Perspective on Entertainment: Sports, Sex, Identity," University of Iowa College of Law, (October 1999).
  • Indigenous Peoples' Cultural Claims: Domestic and International Perspectives, Co-Chair and Speaker, Joint Meeting of the Sections on Native American Rights and Law and Anthropology, AALS Annual Meeting, (1999).
  • Invited Participant, University of Texas Interdisciplinary Conference on Indigenous Peoples and Multicultural Constitutionalism, (January 1999).
  • Native American Claims to the Past, Presentation, Burke Museum's "Kennewick Man on Trial" Lecture Series, (October 1999).
  • Privileging Claims to the Past: Ancient Human Remains and Contemporary Cultural Values, Paper Presented, Arizona State University Symposium on Land, Culture, and Community, (February 1999).
  • Sacred Migrations: An Essay on Race, Place, and Cultural Identity, Paper Presented, LatCrit IV Conference, (May 1999).
  • The Cultural Dimensions of Medical Ethics, Presentation, 1999 ASUN Nursing Conference, (April 1999).
  • The Morality of Environmental Restoration: Intercultural Notions of Value, Sustainability, and Justice, Invited Paper, Presented at the Conference on Environmental Restoration: "Challenges for the New Millennium," University of Arizona, (November 1999).
  • Tribalism, Constitutionalism and Cultural Pluralism: Where do Indigenous Peoples fit within Civil Society?, Invited Paper, Presented at Plenary Session of IVR World Congress on Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, "The Transformation of Legal Systems and Economies in an Age of Global Interdependence," Pace University, New York, (July 1999).
  • Comments on The Role of Place in Environmental Thought, Presentation for the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Annual Meeting, (March 1998).
  • Federal Agencies and the Trust Responsibility, Working Paper, Joint Meeting of the Bureau of Reclamation and Glen Canyon Technical Work Group, (March 1998).
  • Invited Participant, Critical Race Theory Speaker Series, Fordham University Law School, (October 1998).
  • Invited Participant, 1998 FREE Conference on Economics and Environmental Regulation, (July 1998).
  • Tribalism, Constitutionalism and Cultural Pluralism: The Crossroads of Contemporary Indian Law Jurisprudence, Paper Presented, Conference on American Indians, Time and the Law, Lewis and Clark Law School (October 1997), University of South Dakota School of Law Symposium, "Indian Nations on the Eve of the 21st Century: Sovereignty, Self-Government, Water Rights, Land Rights, (March 1998).
  • Indigenous Views on Sustainability, Paper Presented, American Academy for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, (February 1997).
  • Recent Developments in Tribal Jurisdiction, 7th Annual Tribal, State & Federal Judges'Conference, (1997).
  • The Convention on Biodiversity and Indigenous Peoples, Working Paper and Presentation for Tribal Leaders, The Office of Indian Trust, U.S. State Department and U.S. Office of Patent and Trademarks, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (July 1997).
  • The Convention on Biodiversity and Indigenous Peoples, Working Paper and Presentation for Tribal Leaders, The Office of Indian Trust, U.S. State Department and U.S. Office of Patent and Trademarks, Washington, D.C., (October 1997).
  • The Future of Indigenous Rights, Paper Presented at the Conference on Global Futures, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, (October 1997).
  • The Politics of Environmental Conflict in Indian Country, Paper Presented at the Conference on Dispute Resolution in the West, Udall Foundation and the University of Arizona, (April 1997).
  • Tribal Sovereignty and Contemporary Law, Inter-Apache Judicial Conference, (August 1997).
  • Environmental Issues in Indian Country, American Association of Law Schools panel on Native Americans and the Environment, (January 1996).
  • Environmental Regulatory Jurisdiction on the Reservation: Tribal Self-Determination and the Challenges of Federalism, Paper Presented at the Conference on New Issues in Federalism, University of Arizona College of Law, Arizona, (March 1996).
  • Environmental Regulatory Jurisdiction on the Reservation: Tribal Self-Determination and the Challenges of Federalism,, Paper Presented, Conference on New Issues in Federalism, University of Arizona College of Law, (March 1996).
  • Indigenous Rights and Archaeology, Paper Presented, Society of American Archaeology Annual Meeting, (April 1996).
  • Negotiating Economic Survival: The Consent Principle and Tribal-State Compacts under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, Paper Presented at the Arizona State University Symposium on Indian Gaming, (October 1996).
  • The Archaeological Resources Protection Act, Keepers of the Treasures Conference, (March 1996).
  • The Mount Graham Controversy, Working Paper and Presentation, American Bar Association Annual Meeting on Natural Resources on Indian Lands, (November 1996).
  • Tribal Common Law, Heard Museum Guild, (March 1996).
  • Affirmative Action: A Minority Legal Scholar's Perspective, For Conference on "Preference, Privilege and Politics: A Forum on Affirmative Action," Arizona State University, (December 1995).
  • Tribal Environmental Policy in an Era of Self-Determination: The Role of Ethics, Economies and Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Paper Presented, "Stewards of the Land" Symposium, Vermont Law School, (October 1995).
  • Concepts of Indigenous Intellectual Property , Conference on Native Americans and Intellectual Property, University of Arizona and the Desert Museum, (Fall 1994).
  • The Ethics of Indian Gaming, Chautauqua Institute, New York (July 2004).
  • Native Land Claims in the United States, Delgamu’ukw, Mabo, and Ysleta: Native Title in Canada, Australia, and the United States, University of Calgary, (September 2003).
  • Native Title in the United States: Reparative Justice or Extinguishment of Liability?, University of Minnesota School of Law, Pattee Lecture Series (October 2003).
  • CD- Rom, Tribal-state Constitutional Relationships the Changing Contours of Domestic Federalism, 2002) (on File at the State Law Library of Montana.
  • Native American Women and Cultural Survival: a Historical and Contemporary Perspective, Working Paper for the Ford Foundation Research Seminar on the MeaningsAnd Representations of Work in the Lives of Women of Color (June 2001).
  • Videotape, Native American Legal Issues, 2001.
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  • Congress on Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, The Transformation of Legal Systems and Economies in an Age of Global Interdependence, Pace University, New York (July 1999).
  • Imaging Native People in Film and Art: Cultural Appropriation or Cultural Commentary, A Critical Legal Perspective on Entertainment: Sports, Sex, Identity, University of Iowa College of Law (October 1999).
  • Privileging Claims to the Past: Ancient Human Remains and Contemporary Cultural Values, ASU Symposium on Land, Culture, and Community (February 1999).
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  • Sacred Migrations: an Essay on Race, Place, and Cultural Identity, LatCrit IV Conference (May 1999).
  • The Morality of Environmental Restoration: Intercultural Notions of Value, Sustainability, and Justice, Conference on Environmental Restoration: Challenges for the New Millennium, University of Arizona (November 1999).
  • Indigenous Views on Sustainability, American Academy for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting (February 1997).
  • The Future of Indigenous Rights, Conference on Global Futures, Institute of Social Studies, the Hague (October 1997).
  • The Politics of Environmental Conflict in Indian Country, Conference on Dispute Resolution in the West, Sponsored by the Udall Foundation and the University of Arizona (April 1997).
  • Tribalism, Constitutionalism and Cultural Pluralism: the Crossroads of Contemporary Indian Law Jurisprudence, Conference on American Indians, Time and the Law, Lewis and Clark Law School (October 1997).
  • Environmental Regulatory Jurisdiction on the Reservation: Tribal Self-Determination And the Challenges of Federalism, Paper Presented, Conference on New Issues in Federalism, University of Arizona College of Law (March 1996).
  • Indigenous Claims to Cultural Property, American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting (November 1995).