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Guest Editors' Remarks

Guest Editors' Remarks susan m. hill and mary jane logan mccallum In December 2006 Melissa L. Meyer sent out a competitive call for papers on behalf of the Western History Association. The call invited graduate students and assistant professors to apply to participate in a panel seminar entitled "Working from Home in American Indian History." Senior Indigenous scholars were called on to adjudicate the abstracts and respond to the papers. It was this call for papers and the resulting two panels at the October 2007 Western History Association conference that inspired this special issue of the American Indian Quarterly. Senior scholars Philip Deloria and Donald Fixico have followed through by contributing commentaries. This volume can be read as a window into some of the current historical research done by Indigenous scholars in North America whose focus is on questions of "home" in Indigenous academic scholarship. The contributors discuss home as family, community, and Nation and the joys and complications of coming from and researching those "homes" as Native American academics who write about Indigenous North American history. The essayists in this volume are part of an emerging cohort of Native American scholars who have benefited from and were influenced by the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The American Indian Quarterly University of Nebraska Press

Guest Editors' Remarks

The American Indian Quarterly , Volume 33 (4) – Oct 28, 2009

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susan m. hill and mary jane logan mccallum In December 2006 Melissa L. Meyer sent out a competitive call for papers on behalf of the Western History Association. The call invited graduate students and assistant professors to apply to participate in a panel seminar entitled "Working from Home in American Indian History." Senior Indigenous scholars were called on to adjudicate the abstracts and respond to the papers. It was this call for papers and the resulting two panels at the October 2007 Western History Association conference that inspired this special issue of the American Indian Quarterly. Senior scholars Philip Deloria and Donald Fixico have followed through by contributing commentaries. This volume can be read as a window into some of the current historical research done by Indigenous scholars in North America whose focus is on questions of "home" in Indigenous academic scholarship. The contributors discuss home as family, community, and Nation and the joys and complications of coming from and researching those "homes" as Native American academics who write about Indigenous North American history. The essayists in this volume are part of an emerging cohort of Native American scholars who have benefited from and were influenced by the

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Published: Oct 28, 2009

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