Required text:

  • Mullis, A. & Kamper, D. (2000). Indian Gaming: Who Wins? Los Angeles:  Sheridan Books.

Recommended Texts (and some I’ll use for presentations)

  • Bataille, G. 2001). Native American Representations:  First Encounters, Distorted Images, and Literary Appropriations. Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press.
  • Chambers, E. (2000. Native Tours:  The Anthropology of Travel and Tourism.  Long Grove, IL:  Waveland Press.
  • Darian-Smith, E. (2004).  New Capitalists:  Law, Politics, and Identity Surrounding Casino Gaming on Native American Land.  Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth.
  • Eisler, K. (2001).  Revenge of the Pequots:  How a Small Native American Tribe Created the World’s Most Profitable Casino.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press.
  • Fromson, B. (2003). Hitting the Jackpot:  The Inside Story of the Richest Indian Tribe in History.  New York:  Grove Press.
  • Lawlor, M. (2006).  Public Native America:  Tribal Self-Representation in Museums Powwows, and Casinos.  New Jersey:  Rugers University Press.
  • Light, S., and Rand, K. (2005). Indian Gaming and Tribal Sovereignty:  The Casino Compromise.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas.
  • Mullis, A., and Kamper, D. (2000).  Indian Gaming:  Who Wins? Los Angeles:  UCLA American Indians Studies Center.
  • Schwartz, D. (2006). Roll the Bones:  The History of Gambling.  New York:  Gotham Books.
  • Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.  (2007).  Do All Indians Live in Tipis? Questions and Answers from the National Museum of the American Indian. New York:  HarperCollins Publishers.
  • Thompson, W. (2005).  Native American Issues.  Santa Barbara, CA:  ABC-CLIO


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