History, Tradition, Performance
Margaret M. Bruchac - Publications
NOTE:
For up-to-date listings of published works, see:

Margaret M. Bruchac at Academia.edu

Margaret M. Bruchac at the University of Pennsylvania


PUBLISHED W
ORKS (partial list)


B
OOKS
2018
Margaret M. Bruchac. Savage Kin: Indigenous Informants and American Anthropologists. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.
2012
Margaret M. Bruchac. Dreaming Again: Algonkian Poetry. Greenfield Center, NY: Bowman Books.
2010
Margaret M. Bruchac, Siobhan M. Hart and H. Martin Wobst, eds. Indigenous Archaeologies: A Reader in Decolonization. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press. 

2004

Frederique Apffel-Marglin and Margaret M. Bruchac . Exorcising Anthropology’s Demons. Dissenting Knowledges Pamphlet Series No. 2. Penang, Malaysia: Multiversity and Citizens International. 


 B
OOK CHAPTERS
2014
• Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Knowledge. In Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Claire Smith, ed., chapter 10, pp. 3814-3824. New York, NY: Springer Science and Business Media.
• Decolonization in Archaeological Theory. In Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Claire Smith, ed., chapter 258, pp. 2069-2077. New York, NY: Springer Science and Business Media.

2010

• Imagining the Future of Indigenous Archaeologies. In Indigenous Archaeologies: A Reader in Decolonization. Margaret M. Bruchac, Siobhan M. Hart, and H. Martin Wobst, eds. Pp. 363-368. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.

Indigenous Journeys: Splinterville, Drenthe, Amherst. In Being and Becoming Indigenous Archaeologists. George Nicholas, ed. Pp. 66-75. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.

2006 
• Sokoki Homeland from Monadnock: K’namitobena Sokwaki. In 
Where the Mountain Stands Alone: Stories of Place in the Monadnock Region. Howard Mansfield, ed. Pp. 15-27. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England.

Abenaki Connections to 1704: The Sadoques Family and Deerfield, 2004. In Captive Histories: Captivity Narratives, French Relations and Native Stories of the 1704 Deerfield Raid. Evan Haefeli and Kevin Sweeney, eds. Pp. 262-278. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press.

With Michael F. Brown. NAGPRA from the Middle Distance: Legal Puzzles and Unintended Consequences. In Imperialism, Art and Restitution. John H. Merryman, ed. Pp. 193-217. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2005
Earthshapers and Placemakers: Algonkian Indian Stories and the Landscape. In Indigenous Archaeologies: Decolonizing Theory and Practice. H. Martin Wobst and Claire Smith, eds. Pp. 56-80. London: Routledge Press.

2004
Native Presence in Nonotuck and Northampton. In A Place Called Paradise: Culture and Community in Northampton, Massachusetts 1654-2004. Kerry Buckley, ed. Pp. 18-38. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press.

2002
Interpreting Hidden Histories. In The Abenaki of Vermont: A Living Culture, Teacher's Guide. Gregory Sharrow, ed. Pp. 16-31. Middlebury, VT: Vermont Folklife Center.


A
RTICLES
2018
• Broken Chains of Custody: Possessing, Dispossessing, and Repossessing Lost Wampum. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society (in press, publication in spring 2018).
2017                      
• Living Pasts: On Anthropological Being and Beings, History of Anthropology Newsletter 41 (2017): http://histanthro.org/living-pasts/.
2016                      
• Hill Town Touchstone: Reconsidering William Apess and Colrain, Massachusetts. Early American Studies (Fall 2016):712-748.
2014
• My Sisters Will Not Speak: Boas, Hunt, and the Ethnographic Silencing of First Nations Women. Curator: The Museum Journal. 57(2):153-171.

• War Wounds: Sophie Senecal Goes to Washington. In Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Indigenous Writing from New England. Siobhan Senier, ed. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. 

Praying Spoils the Hunting. In Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Indigenous Writing from New England. Siobhan Senier, ed. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. 

2012

With Siobhan M. Hart. Materiality and Autonomy in the Pocumtuck Homeland.  Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 8(3):293-312.
Review of The Life and Writings of Betsey Chamberlain: Native American Mill Worker, by Judith Ranta. Studies in American Indian Literature 24(3):138-141.
2011

• Revisiting Pocumtuck History in Deerfield: George Sheldon's Vanishing Indian Act. Historical Journal of Massachusetts 39(1-2):30-77 (June 2011). 75th Commemorative Issue.

International Museum Repatriation in the News. Anthropology News 52(2):40 (February 2011).

Review of The Tainted Gift: The Disease Method of Frontier Expansion by Barbara A. Mann. American Indian Quarterly 35(1):135-137 (Winter 2010-2011).

2010
• Lost and Found: NAGPRA, Scattered Relics and Restorative Methodologies. Museum Anthropology 33(2):137–156. (Special theme issue: “Looking Back, Looking Forward: NAGPRA after Two Decades”).
• Constructing Indigenous Associations for NAGPRA Compliance. Anthropology News 51(3):5,8 (March 2010). (Special theme issue: “Repatriation”).
• Ownership, Representation and Repatriation. Anthropology News 51(3): 41-42  (March 2010). (Special theme issue: “Repatriation”).
2007
• The Mineral Springs of Saratoga. In Saratoga Native American Festival Program. Mark Oppenneer, ed. Pp. 29-30. Greenfield Center, NY: Ndakinna Education Center.
• Native Artisans and Trade in the Saratoga Region. In Saratoga Native American Festival Program. Mark Oppenneer, ed. Pp. 27-28. Greenfield Center, NY: Ndakinna Education Center.
2006
• Names for Saratoga and the Springs. In Saratoga Native American Festival Program. Mark Oppenneer, ed. Pp. 23-25. Greenfield Center, NY: Ndakinna Education Center.
• Abenakis at Ashuelot: The Sadoques Family and Keene. Historical Society of Cheshire County Newsletter 22(2)1. September 2006.
• Reconsidering Hannah Duston and the Abenaki. Guest editorial for The Eagle Tribune, North Andover, MA. August 28, 2006.
• With Peter Thomas. Locating Wissatinnewag: John Pynchon’s Influence on Pocumtuck Diplomacy. Historical Journal of Massachusetts XXXIV(1):56-82.
2004
• Interviewed by Revan Schendler. Saving Stories of Those Erased by History. The Daily Hampshire Gazette. August 30, 2004.
• 1654 from an Indian Perspective. Guest editorial for The Daily Hampshire Gazette. June 14, 2004.
• Abenaki Connections to 1704: The Sadoques Family and Deerfield. Historic Deerfield, Spring 2004, 4(1):21-24.


ESSAYS FOR HISTORICAL WEBSITES (partial list)
2007
• Annotated transcription of the Rogers' Raid portion of Elvine Obomsawin's interview (recorded by Gordon Day in 1959). Malian's Song. Middlebury, VT: Vermont Folklife Center.
2006

• Linguistic Notes and Ethnographic Terms for Abenakis. Malian's Song. Middlebury, VT: Vermont Folklife Center.
• Reading Abenaki Traditions and European Records of Rogers' Raid. Malian's Song. Middlebury, VT: Vermont Folklife Center.
• Abenaki Language Glossary. Malian's Song. Middlebury, VT: Vermont Folklife Center.
2005
• Schaghticoke and Points North: Wôbanaki Resistance and Persistence. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Founding Schaghticoke and Odanak. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• The Geology and Cultural History of the Beaver Hill Story. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
2004
• Atiwans. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Chauk. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Mashalisk. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Native Diaspora and New Communities: Algonkian & Wobanaki. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Native Land Use and Settlements in the Northeastern Woodlands. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Umpanchela. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Wattanummon. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Weetanusk. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Wobanaki Lifeways - circa 1600. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.


THEATRICAL PLAYS

2006

• Annie Marie. In North American Indian Drama. Ebook (1st electronic edition). Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press.

Staging the Indian. In North American Indian Drama. Ebook (1st electronic edition). Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press.

2001
• molly has her say. In Keepers of the Morning Star: Native American Women Playwrights. Jaye T. Darby and Stephanie Fitzgerald, eds. Pp. 317-373. Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press.


CHILDREN'S BOOKS

2006

Malian’s Song. Middlebury, VT: Vermont Folklife Center.

2001

• With Catherine O’Neill Grace. 1621: A New Look at Thanksgiving. Washington, DC: Plimoth Plantation and National Geographic.


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