Authored by Dr. Deana Dartt
- California’s Sites of Conscience: An Analysis of the State’s Historic Mission Museums. Museum Anthropology
- Interpreting History: Case Study: Portland Art Museum: Object Stories: Connecting Collections with Communities. Establishing Tribal Partners in Education and Public Programs
- Anarchy Radio with John Zerzan and Deana Dartt.
- Primal Anarchy Podcast 26: Interview with Deana Dartt.
- Archaeology Talks: Indigenizing Curatorial Practices.
Allied and Partner Organizations
- Stolen People On Stolen Land: Decolonizing While Black, Adele Thomas
- Culture Card: A Guide to Build Cultural Awareness. SAMHSA
- White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard To Talk To White People About Racism, Robin DiAngelo
- Deconstructing White Privilege with Dr. Robin DiAngelo. Youtube Video
- White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism. Robin DiAngelo. Youtube Video
- How to Talk About Native Nations: A Guide. Dr. Twyla Baker et. al.
- Decolonizing Antiracism. B. Lawrence and E. Dua
- Project Implicit. Native American Implicit Association Test
- Decolonizing together: Moving beyond a politics of solidarity toward a practice of decolonization. Harsha Walia
- Do’s and Don’ts Inclusive Engagement with Native Americans. D’Arcy, A.M
- Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack of Settler Privilege. Gilio-Whitaker
- Okun, Tema. “White Supremacy Culture.”
- White Allies, Let’s Be Honest About Decolonization. Kyle Powys White
- Restoring Indigenous Systems of Relationality. Meredith McCoy et.al.
Collaborative Land Stewardship
- Decentring Watersheds and Decolonising Watershed Governance: Towards an Ecocultural Politics of Scale in the Klamath Basin
- Traditional ecological knowledge and restoration practice
- Center for Native Peoples and the Environment | SUNY ESF
- Tribal Climate Change Project
- Indigenous Leadership on Climate Change – Beth Rose Middleton
- Cultural Fire Management Council
Contemporary Native Issues
National Indian Child Welfare Act (NICWA) in the Courts
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG)
- Lawrence, B., Dua, E. “Decolonizing Antiracism.” Social Justice 32, no. 4 (2019): 120-143.
- Sepulveda, C. “Our Sacred Waters: Theorizing Kuuyam as a Decolonial Possibility.” Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society 7, no. 1 (2018) 39-58.
- Smith, Linda Tuhiwai. Decolonizing methodologies : research and indigenous peoples, London: Zed Books, 1999.
- Tuck, E. and Yang, K.W. “Decolonization is Not a Metaphor”. Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society. Vol.1, No.1, (2012): 1-40
Projects and Stories of Indigenous Resilience and Resurgence
- The Decolonial Atlas
- Ancestral Lands Conservation Corps
- Restoring fire: prescribed burn at Quamash Prairie reconnects land, culture and habitat | Metro
Impact of Settler Colonialism
American Indian Law and Policy
Resources for Healing
- Land Reparations & Indigenous Solidarity Toolkit
- Lessons Learned from “How to Rematriate the Land” Webinar
- Restoring Tribal Access to Land: A Menu of Options to Reestablish Cultural Access Rights – Conservation Partners
- Resource Generation: Resources for Land Justice
- Catlin-Legutko, C. “History That Promotes Understanding in a Diverse Society.” The Future of History (2018): 143-153.
- Economopoulus, B. “Right Side of History: How Museums Can Support Native-led Climate Justice Initiatives?” American Alliance of Museums (2018): 31-35.
- Dartt, D. “California’s Sites of Conscience: An Analysis of the State’s Historic Mission Museums.” Museum Anthropology 34, no.2 (2011): 97-108.
- Dartt, D., Murawski, M. “Interpreting History: Case Study: Portland Art Museum: Object Stories: Connecting Collections with Communities.” Establishing Tribal Partners in Education and Public Programs: 78-87.
- Lonetree, A. Decolonizing Museums: Representing Native America in National and Tribal Museums, Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2012.
- Ng, W, AyAyQwaYakSheelth, J. “Decolonize and Indigenize: A Reflective Dialogue” Medium (2018).
- Ranco, D., Clark, J. “Seeking Collaborative Future through Decolonization” in Interpreting Native American History and Culture at Museums and Historic Sites, ed. Regan, S. (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2015), 57-64.
- Regan, S. “In Mainstream Museums, Confronting Colonialism While Curating Native American Art” Hyperallergic (2015).
- Marstine, J. “The Contingent Nature of the New Museum Ethics.” Routledge Companion to Museum Ethics (2011).
- Sleeper-Smith, S. “Contesting Knowledge: Museums and Indigenous Perspectives.” (2009).
- “The Museum has an Opportunity and Obligation” Youtube Video, 4:45. Posted Jan. 2019.
- “Community + Museums, Guidelines for Collaboration.” The Indian Arts Research Center’s Guidelines for Collaboration.
- QUARTUX Journal– Western Oregon Native History, Dr. David Lewis
- The First Peoples from Oregon History Project
- Leading with tradition: Native American Community in the Portland Metropolitan Area