Land acknowledgments as acts of institutional inclusion obscure the antagonism that follows from genocide
On Mauna Kea hundreds are holding a refuge and defending land from the proponents of false progress
An interview with Nick Estes about his new book, Our History is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance
The New Inquiry editors discuss last year’s so-called “Summer of Scam” and its endless aftermath
Though it is the subtext of savagery that animates narratives around witches, white women who take up the mantle of witch magic rarely understand themselves to be engaging in Indian or savage play
The creation story is a spaceship
Is Indian history—or are Indians, for that matter—actually real?
Sherman Alexie trades the stoic Indian stereotype for another, but do his jokes tickle or unsettle?