New Journal Publications

05/07/15 01:30:am
New Journal Publications

Stephen Cornell's article, "Wolves Have a Constitution: Continuities in Indigenous Self-Government," appears in the January 2015 issue of the International Indigenous Policy Journal. In the article, Cornell asserts "(t)hat the political idea of constitutionalism is the idea that the process of governing is itself governed by a set of foundational laws or rules," and is an Indigenous tradition.

Cornell, Stephen (2015). "Wolves Have A Constitution: Continuities in Indigenous Self-Government." The International Indigenous Policy Journal. Volume 6, Issue 1.

Stephanie Carroll Rainie (Ahtna Athabascan), Miriam Jorgensen, Stephen Cornell, and Jaime Arsenault (Mi'kmaq and French Canadian)--appears in the April 2015 issue of the American Indian Culture and Research Journal. The article describes the history of health care provision to federally recognized American Indian tribes and documents the sparse research literature on tribal management of health care services.

Stephanie Rainie, Miriam Jorgensen, Stephen Cornell, and Jaime Arsenault (2015). The Changing Landscape of Health Care Provision to American Indian Nations. American Indian Culture and Research Journal. Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 1-24.

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