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Rosalyn Rae LaPier


Additional Campus Affiliations

Professor, History

Highlighted Publications

LaPier, R. R. (2017). Invisible Reality: Storytellers, Storytakers, and the Supernatural World of the Blackfeet. (New Visions in Native American and Indigenous Studies). University of Nebraska Press.

LaPier, R. R., & Beck, D. R. M. (2015). City Indian: Native American Activism in Chicago, 1893-1934. University of Nebraska Press.

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Recent Publications

LaPier, R. (2023). Land as Text: Reading the Land: Reading the Land. Environmental History, 28(1), 40-46.

Neely, J., Sutton, B., Kistabish, R., LaPier, R., & Carpenter, K. (2023). Indigenous Language Leaders: Perspectives on the International Decade of Indigenous Languages. Colorado Environmental Law Journal, 34(Spring), 29-52.

Thomas, A., Hoagland, S. J., Plenty Sweetgrass-She Kills, R., LaPier, R., Grant, A., Wu, K., & Belcourt, A. (2022). Lived Experiences of Native American STEM Faculty in Academia: Our Stories, Insights, and Advice. Journal of American Indian Education, 61(3), 62-88.

Lapier, R. (2021). Ella Mad Plume Yellow Wolf: Photographs by a Native American Woman in the Early 1940s. Montana, 71(4), 25-41.

LaPier, R. (2018). Review: L.S. Warren's God's Red Son: The Ghost Dance Religion and the Making of Modern America. Montana: The Magazine of Western History, 68(4), 78-80.

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