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                  COMING SOON                      COMING SOON                       NEW
                The Presumption                   Federal                           Hollywood’s

              Race and Injustice                Anti-Indian Law                   Native Americans
              in the United States              The Legal Entrapment of           Stories of Identity
                        D. MARVIN JONES         Indigenous Peoples                and Resistance

                                                          PETER P. D’ERRICO                 ANGELA ALEISS,
                                                                                  FOREWORD BY
                                                                                  DR. JAN-CHRISTOPHER HORAK

               January 2023 ,  206pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
              Hardcover: 978-1-4408-6771-2
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                This powerful book on racism In the                                $50.00 ,  £38.00 ,  €44,00
              United States argues that a threatening     Telling the crucial and under-studied   eBook: 978-1-4408-7157-3
              narrative originating in slavery continues   story of the U.S. legal doctrines that
              to link Black people to inferiority,   underpin the dispossession and     This book highlights the contributions
              dangerousness, and crime, causing   domination of Indigenous peoples,   and careers of Native Americans who
              them to be presumed guilty by society   this book intends to enhance global   have carved impressive careers in
              and U.S. legal systems.                                             Hollywood, from the silent film era
                                                Indigenous movements for self-    of the early 1900s to the present,
                FEATURES                        determination.                    becoming advocates for their heritage.
              •  Centers on timely topics including     FEATURES
                racism, the criminal justice system,                                FEATURES
                and the representation of people  •  Combines a deep theoretical analysis   •  Interviews with today’s Native
                of color                          of the law with historical perspective  American actors and filmmakers
              •  Written by one of the nation’s   •  Argues that federal Indian law  •  Rare photos of Native artists in film
                foremost scholars on civil rights issues  is an exception from regular  and behind the scenes
              •  Considers the role of individuals and   legal processes          •  Foreword by noted film historian and
                institutions in perpetuating prejudice   •  Offers a global Indigenous perspective   archivist Jan-Christopher Horak
                and discrimination                on human civilization           •  Stories of the emergence of Native
                                                •  Provides analysis from an attorney   women in Hollywood
                                                  and educator with decades of
                D. MARVIN JONES  is professor of law   experience in federal Indian law   •  Contributions of Native American
              at the University of Miami, where he has                              “consultants” in the movie industry
              taught constitutional law and criminal
              procedure for more than 20 years.     PETER P. D’ERRICO , JD (LLB), is   •  Script revisions of early films
                                                                                    highlighting the heritage of
                                                professor emeritus of legal studies
                                                at the University of Massachusetts at   Native actors
                                                Amherst, where he has taught for more
                                                than 30 years.                      ANGELA ALEISS  received her PhD in
                                                                                  film studies from Columbia University
                                                                                  and currently teaches at California State
                                                                                  University, Long Beach.

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