Book reviews & interviews

Mentions of book by Mary Annette Pember: “Treaties offer new aid in environmental fights,” in Indian Country Today (6/2/21).

Mentions of book by Amy Alexandra Janzwood in “The Contentious Politics of Mega Oil Sands Pipeline Projects,” Doctoral dissertation in University of Toronto Department of Political Science  (2021).

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).

Mention of book in Struggles for Climate Justice: Uneven Geographies and the Politics of Connection, by Brandon B. Derman (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020).

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).

VIDEO of book reading (1:09) at Elliot Bay Book Co., Seattle WA (1/26/18).

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 NewsNew 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).

Review by Lee Ballinger (co-editor of Rock & Rap Confidential) on Love & War podcast, at 5:14 (9/25/17), and in Counterpunch, p. 22 (12/4/17).

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).