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"We are Oneida yet": Discourse in the Oneida land claim
Land claim movements make an important contribution to how Oneidas construct their identities. The idea of an Oneida community is defined and imagined in multiple ways--as physical, political, social, cultural, and spiritual ...
A city foreclosed: Mortgage default, residential abandonment, and property code enforcement in Buffalo, New York
This project investigated the relationships between mortgage lending practices, residential abandonment, and housing code enforcement in Buffalo, New York. In this local context, unclear and unstable ownership of vacant, ...
Brother Jonathan goes to war: The archaeology of national identity along political borders
Collective identities are produced and reproduced both through the landscape and through the material culture of people's everyday lives. Political borders structure the relationship between people on both sides. The ...
The emerging labor market dilemma for the black middle class in the Buffalo-Niagara Falls, New York metropolitan statistical area
The black middle class in the Buffalo-Niagara Falls, New York metropolitan statistical area (MSA) is at a crossroads. After experiencing explosive growth during the late 1980s and 1990s it has slowed considerably since ...