Mentions of book by Mary Annette Pember: “Treaties offer new aid in environmental fights,” in Indian Country Today (6/2/21).
Mention of book by Donald C. Hellmann Task Force Program, in Saving The Salish Sea: A Fight for Tribal Sovereignty and Climate Action, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. (3/4/21).
Review by Diane L. Krahe in Agricultural History (Winter/20).
Review by Katrine Barber in Oregon Historical Quarterly (Fall/19).
Public News Service interview by Eric Tegethoff: “‘Unlikely Alliance’ of Native, Rural Americans Defends Environment” (5/28/19).
Finalist Status for the 2017-2018 Malott Prize for Recording Community Activism of the Langum Charitable Trust (2/11/19).
Mentions of book in Ph.D. dissertation Vanishing Images?: Meditations of Native Americans in the Tradition of the Western, by Janna Soeder, University of Maryland (2019).
Mentions of book in As Long as Grass Grows: The Indigenous Fight for Environmental Justice, from Colonization to Standing Rock, by Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Beacon Press, 2019).
Review by Mary Annette Pember in Yes! magazine (Winter/18).
Review by Beth Rose Middleton in NAIS (Native American and Indigenous Studies Association journal) 5(2) (Fall/18).
Review by Jacob Jurss on H-AmIndian / H-Net Reviews (12/18).
Mentions of book in article “Enough Thanksgiving Myths. Schools Should Teach Indigenous History,” by Mary Annette Pember, Truthout (11/22/18).
Mentions of book in article “Petro-hegemony and the matrix of resistance: What can Standing Rock’s Water Protectors teach us about organizing for climate justice in the United States?,” by Theo LeQuesne, Environmental Sociology (2018).
Review in Culturally Modified, B.C. (7/18).
Review by John Gamber in Transmotion (University of Kent, UK), Vol. 4, No. 1 (2018).
Review by Shiri Pasternak in Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography (3/18).
Review by Al Gedicks in Race & Class [London] (3/26/18).
Ranked by Library Journal as #11 Library Best Seller in U.S. History (1/18).
Review in Nugguam, newspaper of the Quinault Nation, WA (1/18).
Mentions of book by Stephen Greetham in Natural Resources Journal‘s “Water Planning, Tribal Voices, and Creative Approaches: Seeking New Paths Through Tribal- State Water Conflict by Collaboration on State Water Planning Efforts” (Winter 2018).
Mentions of book in Ph.D. dissertation The People versus the Pipelines: Energy infrastructure and liberal ideology in North American environmentalism, by Kai Bosworth, University of Minnesota (2018).
Wisconsin Public Radio interview on the “Central Time” program, 15 minutes, Madison, WI (12/1/17).
Listing of book in The Progressive magazine’s “Our Favorite Books of 2017” (12/1/17).
Listing of book in High Country News “New books to read this fall: A sampling of the season’s best new reads” (11/13/17).
Review by Bryce Oates on rural-issues website The Daily Yonder (10/31/17).
Mentions of book in article “Race, Rurality, and Radical Geography in the U.S.,” by Levi Van Sant & Kai Bosworth, Antipode (9/14/17).
WORT interview on “A Public Affair” call-in show, 60 minutes, Madison, WI (8/11/17).
KEXP interview about Unlikely Alliances, Mind Over Matters Sustainability Segment, 30 minutes, Seattle, WA (7/8/17).
Native Peoples and Climate Change, interview on KBOO community radio, Portland OR (10/12/15).
“Winona LaDuke interviews Zoltán Grossman on Unlikely Alliances,” KKWE Niijii Radio, White Earth, MN (7/2/14).
Native Resilience and Interethnic Cooperation: How Natives are adapting to climate change, and helping their non-Native neighbors follow suit. Interview in Read the Dirt (8/8/13).