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We Are Dancing For You: Native Feminisms And The Revitalization Of Women’s Coming-of-age Ceremonies
honored place beside the household saints. Acting as a physical support on the journey and a spiritual support after the journey, walking staffs document pilgrimages through time and space, encoding
From Religious Freedom to Indigenous Sovereignty: The Case of Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association (1988)
In 1988 the United States Supreme Court declared constitutional the federal government’s development plan in an area (known as the High Country) that was considered central to the religious practice
Paradoxes of Dignity in Israel/Palestine
  • D. Lloyd
  • Political Science
  • 9 February 2016
Is human dignity a useful political concept for us today? Some think it is useful precisely because it can mean whatever one wants it to mean; others think it is useless for that same reason. It is
Introduction: From Golden Calves to Gold Bling
Beauty appears to be a nice thing, complete with the rather tepid quality that the word nice has come to imply. But beauty is also linked with danger, uncertainly, and powerful passion. The “nice”
Introduction to the Book Review Symposium on Michael McNally's Defend the Sacred
  • D. Lloyd
  • Law
    Journal of Law and Religion
  • 18 November 2021
Michael McNally’s book Defend the Sacred: Native American Religious Freedom beyond the First Amendment responds to recent doubts, raised by Indigenous communities, lawyers, and scholars about the
Book review
  • D. Lloyd
  • Psychology
    British Journal of Cancer
  • 1 October 2000
Palliative Care Ethics: A Companion for all Specialties (2nd edition)Fiona Randall and R. S. Downie, pp 312 + xv, Oxford University Press, 1999. Price £21.95 ISBN 0 19 2630687