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Native American Religions  

Sarah E. Dees

Online publication date:
Feb 2018
Native American religious traditions encompass a diverse array of beliefs, practices, and features of material culture and society that reflect and shape individual experiences and ... More

Native Americans, Law, and Religion in America  

Michael P. Guéno

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Nov 2017
Religion was a point of cultural conflict, political motivation, and legal justification throughout the European and American colonization of North America. Beginning in the 14th century, ... More

Place and Spirituality in the Pacific Northwest  

Madeline Duntley

The challenges and benefits of the Pacific Northwest’s rugged but scenic terrain have received ample treatment in studies of religiosity in this region. The interplay of place and ... More

Religion and Native American Assimilation, Resistance, and Survival  

Tammy Heise

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Nov 2017
Since the early 19th century, the expansion of American empire has constrained Native American autonomy and cultural expression. Native American history simply cannot be told apart from ... More

Space, Architecture, and American Religious Diversity  

Jeanne Halgren Kilde

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Sep 2017
Religions are fundamentally spatial, as they require space in which to assemble, to engage in ritual practices, and to form community. Every religious group that has existed in the United ... More