Ackley, Kristina. “Haudenosaunee Genealogies: Conflict and Community in the Oneida Land Claim,” The American Indian Quarterly, 33:4 (2009), pp. 462-478.
—. “Renewing a Haudenosaunee Identity: Laura Cornelius Kellogg and the Idea of Unity
in the Oneida Land Claim,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 32:1
(2008), pp. 57-81.
—. “Tsi?niyukwaliho?ta, the Oneida Nation Museum: Creating a space for
Haudenosaunee Kinship and Identity,” Invited Chapter in Contesting Knowledge:
Museums and Indigenous People, edited by Susan Sleeper-Smith. Lincoln:
University of Nebraska Press, 2009.
—. “Reclaiming Native Women’s Health Through Community,” Enduring Legacies Native
Cases Project, The Evergreen State College, 2007.
—. Stewards of the Land and the Environmental Gospel: Imagery in theNavajo Uranium Experience, 1940-1994. M.A. Thesis, Tucson: University of Arizona, American Indian Studies, 1995.
—. “Interviews with Native American women in Wisconsin during World War II,” edited
by Michael E. Stevens. Voices of the Wisconsin Past: Women Remember the
War, 1941-1945, Madison: Center for Documentary History, State Historical
Society of Wisconsin, 1993.
selected professional presentations
“Place, Mobility and Haudenosaunee Diplomacy” Panel Presentation, Native American
and Indigenous Studies Association Conference, May 2010
“Recruitment and Retention of Native Faculty,” Panel Presentation for Pathways for Native Students, February 2010.
“The Value of Native American Studies,” Panel Presentation for Symposium on Native American Issues in Higher Education, University of Washington-Tacoma, October 2009.
“Tewakaratonnion ne Onkwakara’shon’a (‘We are telling our own stories’): From Iroquois Studies to Haudenosaunee Voices,” Discussant, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference, May 2009
“Haudenosaunee Genealogies: Conflict and Community in the Oneida Land Claim,“ Invited Panel Presentation for “Publishing the Stories of Our People,” Western Historical Association, October 2007
“Tsi?niyukwaliho?ta, the Oneida Nation Museum: Creating a space for Haudenosaunee Kinship and Identity,” “Indigenous Past and Present Symposium, Contesting Knowledge: Museums and Indigenous Perspectives, Chicago, IL September 2007
“Complicating the Idea of Unity Between Tribal Nations: The Oneidas and the Stockbridge-Munsee of Wisconsin,” Paper presented as part of panel, “Organizing Relationships,” at “What’s Next for Native American and Indigenous
Studies Conference,” May 2007
“The Indian Claims Commission and the Oneidas of Wisconsin,” Invited Presentation at the 2007 Oneida History Conference, Oneida, Wisconsin, May 2007
Panel Discussion, “Community-Based Research: Decolonization of Native American Communities,” at the Eighth Annual American Indian Studies Conference,
“Working from Community: Unification and Nationalism in Oneida Tribal Discourse” University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Colloquia Series in American Indian Studies, December 2006
“Treaty Annuities in the Treaty of Canandaigua,” Invited Presentation, On∧yote?•ka
Gathering, November, 2006
“Locations of Unity in the Oneida Land Claim,” CIC Emerging Research in Native American Studies Annual Meeting, September 2006
“Haudenosaunee Identity Reconstructed: Nationalism and Localism in an Oneida
community,” Paper presented as part of panel, “Genealogies of Colonialism,
Settlement and Dispossession In the Americas,” at the Society for Ethnohistory
Annual Meeting, November 2005