History, Tradition, Performance
Margaret M. Bruchac - Publications
WORKS IN PROGRESS (partial list)

• Consorting With Savages: Indigenous Informants and American Anthropologists. Book manuscript in progress for University of Arizona Press and First Peoples Publishing Initiative. 

 Broken Chains of Custody: The Challenges of Identifying and Reclaiming Lost Wampum. Article peer-reviewed and currently in revision. 

• The Fair Captive: Transcendant Experiences at Kahnawake. Article in progress for
Théologiques

• At Wood's Edge: Narratives of Wampum Loss and Recovery. With Richard W. Hill Sr. Book manuscript in progress.
• Keen Eyes: Recovering Bertha Parker’s Contributions to Indigenous Archaeology. Article in progress.  


PUBLISHED WORKS (partial list)

B
OOKS
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

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


 B
OOK CHAPTERS
2014
• Margaret M. Bruchac. 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. 

• Margaret M. Bruchac. 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.

2010

Margaret M. Bruchac. 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.

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

2006 
• Margaret M. Bruchac. 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.

• Margaret M. Bruchac. 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.

Michael F. Brown and Margaret M. Bruchac. 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
Margaret M. Bruchac. 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
Margaret M. Bruchac. 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
Margaret M. Bruchac. 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
2014
• Margaret M. Bruchac. My Sisters Will Not Speak: Boas, Hunt, and the Ethnographic Silencing of First Nations Women. Curator: The Museum Journal. 57(2):153-171. 
  
• Margaret M. Bruchac. 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. 

• Margaret M. Bruchac. 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

Margaret M. Bruchac and Siobhan M. Hart. Materiality and Autonomy in the Pocumtuck Homeland.  Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 8(3):293-312.
Margaret M. Bruchac. 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

• Margaret M. Bruchac. 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.

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

Margaret M. Bruchac. 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

• Margaret M. Bruchac. 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”).

• Margaret M. Bruchac. Constructing Indigenous Associations for NAGPRA Compliance. Anthropology News 51(3):5,8 (March 2010). (Special theme issue: “Repatriation”). 

• Margaret M. Bruchac. Ownership, Representation and Repatriation. Anthropology News 51(3): 41-42  (March 2010). (Special theme issue: “Repatriation”).

2007

• Marge Bruchac. The Mineral Springs of Saratoga. In Saratoga Native American Festival Program. Mark Oppenneer, ed. Pp. 29-30. Greenfield Center, NY: Ndakinna Education Center. 

• Marge Bruchac. 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 
• Marge Bruchac. Names for Saratoga and the Springs. In Saratoga Native American Festival Program. Mark Oppenneer, ed. Pp. 23-25. Greenfield Center, NY: Ndakinna Education Center. 
• Marge Bruchac. Abenakis at Ashuelot: The Sadoques Family and Keene. Historical Society of Cheshire Couny Newsletter 22(2)1. September 2006.
• Margaret Bruchac. Reconsidering Hannah Duston and the Abenaki. Guest editorial for The Eagle Tribune, North Andover, MA. August 28, 2006.
• Margaret Bruchac and Peter Thomas. Locating Wissatinnewag: John Pynchon’s Influence on Pocumtuck Diplomacy. Historical Journal of Massachusetts XXXIV(1):56-82.
2004
• Marge Bruchac, interviewed by Revan Schendler. Saving Stories of Those Erased by History. The Daily Hampshire Gazette. August 30, 2004.
• Marge Bruchac. 1654 from an Indian Perspective. Guest editorial for The Daily Hampshire Gazette. June 14, 2004.
• Margaret M. Bruchac. Abenaki Connections to 1704: The Sadoques Family and Deerfield.
Historic Deerfield, Spring 2004, 4(1):21-24.
2003
• Linda Enerson, Elizabeth Chilton, and Margaret Bruchac. A River Runs Through It: 3,000 Years of Deerfield Farming. Historic Deerfield, Spring 2003, 3(1):26-29.
2002
• Margaret Bruchac. Dancing With a Foreign Accent: Travel Journal Excerpts. Country Dance and Song Society News 164 (January-February 2002): 11-12.
2001
• Margaret Bruchac. Abenaki Funeral. Pequot Times, Mashantucket, CT. 10(8):9.
1999
• Margaret Bruchac. In Search of the Indian DoctressOld Sturbridge Visitor. Old Sturbridge Village Museum. XXXIX (1):6-7.

ESSAYS FOR HISTORICAL WEBSITES (partial list)
2007
• Marge Bruchac. 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
• Marge Bruchac. Linguistic Notes and Ethnographic Terms for Abenakis. Malian's Song. Middlebury, VT: Vermont Folklife Center.

• Marge Bruchac. Reading Abenaki Traditions and European Records of Rogers' Raid. Malian's Song. Middlebury, VT: Vermont Folklife Center.
• Marge Bruchac. Abenaki Language Glossary.
Malian's Song. Middlebury, VT: Vermont Folklife Center. 

2005
• Marge Bruchac. Schaghticoke and Points North: Wôbanaki Resistance and Persistence. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association. 
• Marge Bruchac. Founding Schaghticoke and Odanak.
Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association. 
• Marge Bruchac. 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
• Marge Bruchac. Atiwans. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Marge Bruchac. Chauk. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Marge Bruchac. Mashalisk. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association. 
• Marge Bruchac. Native Diaspora and New Communities: Algonkian & Wobanaki. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association. 
• Marge Bruchac. Native Land Use and Settlements in the Northeastern Woodlands. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Marge Bruchac. Umpanchela. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Marge Bruchac. Wattanummon.
Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Marge Bruchac. Weetanusk. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.
• Marge Bruchac. Wobanaki Lifeways - circa 1600. Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. Deerfield, MA: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association.

2003 
• Marge Bruchac. "Old Man" Collapses Over the Weekend: Tribute to "Old Man of the Mountain." Guest editorial for North American Indian & Indigenous People News Path.
1999
• Marge Bruchac. Reclaiming the Word ‘Squaw’ in the Name of the Ancestors. Guest editorial on Native Web

THEATRICAL PLAYS

2006

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

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

2001
• Margaret M. Bruchac. 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

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

2001

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



UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH REPORTS (partial list)


PHD DISSERTATION

2007
• Margaret M. Bruchac. Historical Erasure and Cultural Recovery: Indigenous People in the Connecticut River Valley. Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.


T
ECHNICAL REPORTS ON REPATRIATION

2010

• Margaret M. Bruchac. Affidavit Regarding Request for Repatriation of Wampum Belts at Sotheby’s. Report prepared for the Haudenosaunee Standing Committee on Burial Rules and Regulations, Onondaga Nation, Syracuse, NY. 

2009

• Margaret M. Bruchac. Handling Report: Native American Skeletal Remains from the Middle Connecticut River Valley and western Massachusetts at Amherst College, Smith College, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst c. 1865-present. Report to the Five College Repatriation Committee, Amherst, MA. 

2008

• Margaret M. Bruchac. Hockanum/Indian Hill, South Hadley Site Report. Report to the Five College Repatriation Committee, Amherst

 Margaret M. Bruchac. Sheldon Lot, Deerfield Site Report. Report to the Five College Repatriation Committee, Amherst, MA. 

2007

• Robert Paynter, Margaret M. Bruchac, Laurie Castonguay, Siobhan M. Hart, and Angela Labrador. Summary of Findings Regarding the Cultural Affiliation of Native American Collections from the Middle Connecticut River ValleyDepartment of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
2006 
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Margaret M. Bruchac. Report of Progress on Compliance with NAGPRA (Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act), FY 2005-2006
. Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
2005
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Margaret M. Bruchac. Inventory: Twenty-five Sets of Native American Indian Skeletal Remains Repatriated in 1993 to the Massachusetts Commission on Indian Affairs, Based on Repatriation Requests Pending Prior to 1990Report compiled for National Park Service NAGPRA Program on behalf of Amherst College, the Five College Repatriation Committee, Historic Deerfield, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
2004
• Margaret M. Bruchac. Report of Progress on Compliance with NAGPRA (Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act), FY 2004Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
2003 
• Margaret M. Bruchac. Report of Progress on Compliance with NAGPRA (Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act), FY 2003. Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts Amherst.



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