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Current Issue: Volume 97, Number 3 (2022) Summer 2022
Talking Native American Studies at the University of New Mexico
Theodore S. Jojola
Southwest Talks: The New Mexico Historical Review Interview Series
Gregory A. Cajete and Lloyd L. Lee
Native American Studies Alumni Connections to Community: A Faculty Perspective
Leola Tsinnajinnie Paquin
The Future of Native American Studies at the University of New Mexico: Responses of Former Program Directors
Gregory A. Cajete, Theodore S. Jolola, and Lee Francis IV