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Pilot Research Publications Accepted

Several publications based on IHART pilot project research are pending by author and former IHART Fellow Andrew Jolivette, PhD,  Associate Professor and Chair, American Indian Studies, San Francisco State University. They include a single-authored book manuscript, Indian Blood: Decolonizing Gender, Sexuality, and Mixed-Race Identity in the Face of Colonial Haunting;  “Indian Blood: Two-Spirit Cultural Dissolution, Mixed-Race Identity, and Sexuality—A Journey of Return,” chapter in Sociologists in Action: Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality, Editor Jonathan White (Sage, 2014); and “Two-Spirit Cultural Dissolution: HIV and Healing Among Mixed-Race American Indians,” in Mixed 2.0, Edited by Uli Ryder and Marcia Dawkins, Spring 2014.

Pilot Research Publications Accepted

Several publications based on IHART pilot project research are pending by author and former IHART Fellow Andrew Jolivette, PhD,  Associate Professor and Chair, American Indian Studies, San Francisco State University. They include a single-authored book manuscript, Indian Blood: Decolonizing Gender, Sexuality, and Mixed-Race Identity in the Face of Colonial Haunting;  “Indian Blood: Two-Spirit Cultural Dissolution, Mixed-Race Identity, and Sexuality—A Journey of Return,” chapter in Sociologists in Action: Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality, Editor Jonathan White (Sage, 2014); and “Two-Spirit Cultural Dissolution: HIV and Healing Among Mixed-Race American Indians,” in Mixed 2.0, Edited by Uli Ryder and Marcia Dawkins, Spring 2014.