This special issue of Wicazo Sa Review continues the theme of colonization/decolonization from the previous issue and contains transcriptions of two sessions of the 2004 American Indian Studies Consortium annual conference, entitled "Who Stole Indian Studies?" at Arizona State University. The articles add to our knowledge by contributing important discussions addressing such issues as empowerment, law, research ethics, Freedmen entitlements, reproductive rights, spiritual appropriation, and identity. The Consortium transcripts provide invaluable presentations by key native scholars about the past, present, and future of American Indian studies. Dr. David Wilkins provided the keynote address for the conference.
Copyright © 2005 University of Minnesota Press. This article first appeared in Wicazo Sa Review (Spring 2005), 163-168.
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Wilkins, David E. “Keynote Address.” Wicazo Sa Review 20, no. 1 (Spring 2005): 163-168.