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Marginalizing Politics: The Conceptual and Epistemological Barriers to American Indians
Perspectives on Politics
Native Americans have been structurally excluded from the discipline of political science in the continental United States, as has Native epistemology and political issues. I analyze the reasons for these erasures and elisions, noting the combined effects of rejecting Native scholars, political issues, analysis, and texts. I describe how these arise from presumptions inherent to the disciplinary practices of U.S. political science, and suggest a set of alternative formulations that could expanddoi:10.1017/s1537592716002930 fatcat:7vokcennunhvfkgaqfzlidf5pi