The History of Anthropology Review (HAR) is happy to announce the publication of HAR editor Dr. Nicholas Barron’s “Assembling ‘Enduring Peoples,’ mediating recognition: Anthropology, the Pascua Yaqui Indians, and the co-construction of ideas and politics.”

In this article, Barron explores the concurrent development of Edward Spicer’s theory of ‘enduring peoples’ and his political support for the federal recognition of the Pascua Yaqui Indians of Southern Arizona. By examining these two cases, Barron illustrates how dynamic conceptions of acculturation and indigeneity dissipate in the face of recognition and more politically expedient narratives.

The full text version of this article can be found here.