Papers, Articles, and Chapters

Jorgensen, M. (2014). Four contemporary tensions in indigenous nation building: Challenges for leadership. In C. Voyaguer, L. Brearley, & B. Calliou (Eds.), Restorying indigenous leadership: Wise practices in community development (pp. 185-213). Banff, Alberta: Banff Centre for Leadership, Management, and the Arts.
Jorgensen, M. (2014). Review of the White Earth Nation: Ratification of a native democratic constitution. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 38(3), 205-208. doi:
Jorgensen, M., Ali, S., Kalt, J. P., McInnes, A., Medore, A. B., & Youpee-Roll, A. (2014). On improving tribal-corporate relations in the mining sector: A white paper on strategies for both sides of the table. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development.
Jorgensen, M., Morris, T., & Feller, S. (2014). Digital inclusion in native communities: The role of tribal libraries. Oklahoma City, OK: Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums.
Schultz, J. L., & Rainie, S. C. (2014, June 3). Good data leads to good sovereignty. Indian Country Today Media Retrieved from
Schultz, J. L., & Rainie, S. C. (2014). The strategic power of data: A key aspect of sovereignty. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 5(4). doi: 10.18584/iipj.2014.5.4.1.
Seelau, R., & Record, I. (2014, June 24). The Bay Mills case: An opportunity for Native Nations. Indian Country Today Media Retrieved from
Cornell, S. (2013). Reconstituting Native Nations: Colonial boundaries and institutional innovation in Canada, Australia, and the United States. In R. Walker, T. Jojola, & D. Natcher (Eds.), Reclaiming indigenous planning (pp. 35-59). Montreal-Kingston, Canada: McGill-Queens University Press.

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