Public Perceptions and the Importance of Community: Observations from a California Indian Who Has Lived, Learned, and Taught in Indiana, Oklahoma, and Wyoming

Author describes their varying experience attending and teaching at three different Universities, stresses that the perception and treatment of Indigenous people in these institutions is directly related to the institution's engagement with and knowledge of contemporary Indigenous communities.
William J. Bauer Jr.
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American Indian Quarterly, vol. 27, no. 1/2, Special Issue: Native Experiences in the Ivory Tower, Winter-Spring, 2003, pp. 62-66
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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