Ethnic Studies - Research
CREATIVE WORKS, PUBLISHED, PRODUCED, PERFORMED OR EXHIBITED by Donna Martinez Ph.D.
I am Not a Mascot: American Indian Mascots in Colorado. Produced for Colorado Indian Education Foundation, DVD and online, 20 minutes, 2010.
Native Pride: Against All Odds. 60 minute DVD and online interviews with 14 American Indian Elders. May 17, 2012 online. Essential Understandings on American Indian History for Colorado. Produced for Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs in consultation with Office of Lt. Governor, DVD and online curriculum video units, 90 minutes, 2011.
Refereed Book Reviews
Beyond Red Power: American Indian Politics and Activism since 1900. Edited by Daniel Cobb and Loretta Fowler, Santa Fe, NM: School for Advice Research Press, University of Nebraska Press, 2007. Review solicited and published in Great Plains Quarterly, Summer 2009, Vol. 29, and 3: 249.
Beloved Women: The Political Lives of LaDonna Harris and Wilma Mankiller. Sarah Eppler Janda, Dekalb, Northern Illinois University Press, 2007. Review solicited and published in Western Historical Quarterly, Summer 2008: 212-214.
Publications In Preparation
Revised edition, 2016. American Women Leaders and Activists, Facts on File, 2002. Listed as a core book by the Association of College and Research Libraries.
Book contract manuscript in preparation. Documents of American Indian Removal: Eyewitness to History. ABC-CLIO, manuscript due September 2017.
Chief Wilma Mankiller: Rebuilding the Cherokee Nation. Book manuscript in preparation.
Cherokee Freedmen: Race and National Citizenship. Journal article research, presented a paper at annual American Political Science Association conference in 2009.
American Indian Princess Traditions: Tribalism, Womanism, and Culture. Journal article research.
Cherokee Treaty of 1817: Voluntary Relocation and Tribal Politics. Journal article research.