Anti-Indianism in Modern America: A Voice from Tatekeya's Earth is a collection of memoir, essays, and speeches by the renowned Sioux scholar, Elizabeth Cook-Lynn. In this edition, she examines the role of Native American Studies in the United States as well as Native literature and critical theory. Her work challenges literary critics and Native American writers and novelists alike by putting forward her opinions on Native literature and the tribal sovereignty issue. She tackles the issue of tribal identity and examines the role of Michael Dorris' contribution to Native literature. The collection should be compulsory reading for anyone who teaches in the Native American Studies field. This title is also available in hardcover.