Published Book Chapters

Starks, Rachel and Miriam Jorgensen. 2016. “Land and Indigenous Business Development in Canada.” In K. G. Brown, M. B. Doucette, & J. E. Tulk, eds., Indigenous Business in Canada: Principles and Practices. Sydney: Cape Breton University Press.
Jorgensen, Miriam. 2014. "Four Contemporary Tensions in Indigenous Nation Building: Challenges for Leadership." In Restorying Indigenous Leadership: Wise Practices in Community Development, edited by Cora Voyaguer, Laura Brearley and Brian Calliou, 185-213. Banff, Alberta: Banff Centre for Leadership, Management, and the Arts.
Cornell, Stephen. 2013. "Reconstituting Native Nations: Colonial Boundaries and Institutional Innovation in Canada, Australia, and the United States." In Reclaiming Indigenous Planning, edited by Ryan Walker, Ted Jojola and David Natcher, 35-59. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press.
Cornell, Stephen. 2011. "Foreword." In Unsettling the Settler State: Creativity and Resistance in Indigenous Settler-State Governance, edited by Sarah Maddison and Morgan Brigg. Australia: Federation Press.
Starks, Rachel Rose, and Quijada-Mascareñas. 2009. "A Convergence of Borders: Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Conservation at the U.S.-Mexico Border." In Conservation of Shared Environments: Learning from the United States and Mexico, edited by Laura López-Hoffman, Emily McGovern, Robert Varady and Karl Flessa, 54-70. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
Cornell, Stephen. 2009. "Becoming Public Sociology: Indigenous Nations, Dialogue, and Change." In Handbook of Public Sociology, edited by Vincent Jeffries, 263-279. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.
Jorgensen, Miriam, Stephen Cornell, Kenneth Grant, and Hartmann Lomawaima. 2008. "Culture." In The State of the Native Nations: Conditions Under U.S. Policies of Self-Determination, 277-298. New York: Oxford University Press.
Cornell, Stephen, Manley A. Begay, Miriam Jorgensen, and Joseph P. Kalt. 2007. "Development, Governance, Culture: What Are They and What Do They Have to Do with Nation Building?" In Rebuilding Native Nations: Strategies for Governance and Development, edited by Miriam Jorgensen, 34-56. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

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