A Working Bibliography

Bishop, Claire. Artificial Hells: Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship. London & New York: Verson, 2012.

Brooks, Lisa. Our Beloved Kin: A New History of King Philip’s War. New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 2018.

Cantzler, Julia Miller and Huynh, Megan. Native American Environmental Justice as Decolonization.American Behavioral Scientist 2016, Vol. 60(2) 203–223, SAGE Publications. 2015.

Carson, Jo. Spider Speculations: A Physics and Biophysics of Storytelling. New York: Theatre Communications Group, 2008.

Chaudhuri, Una. “‘There Must Be a Lot of Fish in That Lake’: Toward an Ecological Theater.” Theater25, no. 1 (February 1, 1994): 23–31.https://doi.org/10.1215/01610775-25-1-23.

Cronon, William. Changes in the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England.

Dana, Carol. When No One is Looking. Bowman Books. Greenfield Center, New York. 2011.

Deliss, Clémentine. Object Atlas: Fieldwork in the Museum: Introduction. Hubert Beck, Fiona Elliott, translators. Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Kerber, 2012. 

DeLucia, Christine M. Memory Lands: King Philip’s War and the Place of Violence in the Northeast. New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 2018.

Francis, James, Neptune, Jennifer, Sockalexis, Chris, and Pardilla, Jason. Ways of the Wabanaki Canoe Trip. Passadumkeag, Sugar Island, and Indian Island, Maine: Penobscot Nation Cultural & Historic Preservation Department with Mahoosuc Guide Service, August 2018. 

Fuchs, Elinor, and Una Chaudhuri. Land/Scape/Theater. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2002.

Hornsby, Steven J. and Judd, Richard W. Historical Atlas of Maine.

Kershaw, Baz. “Ecoactivist Performance: The Environment As Partner in Protest?” TDR/The Drama Review46, no. 1 (March 1, 2002): 118–30.https://doi.org/10.1162/105420402753555895.

Kolen, Jan, J. Renes, and Rita Hermans. Landscape Biographies: Geographical, Historical and Archaeological Perspectives on the Production and Transmission of Landscapes. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2015.

Loring, Donna M. In the Shadow of the Eagle: A Tribal Representative in Maine. Gardiner, ME: Tilbury House, 2008. 

Maufort, Marc, and Birgit Däwes, eds. Enacting Nature: Ecocritical Perspectives on Indigenous Performance. Brussels and New York: P.I.E-Peter Lang S.A., Éditions Scientifiques Internationales, 2014.

May, Theresa. Salmon Is Everything: Community-Based Theatre in the Klamath Watershed. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2014.

Nicolar, Joseph. The Life and Traditions of the Red Man. ed. Annette Kolodny. Durham & London: Duke University Press, 2007.

Pawling, Micah A., ed. Wabanaki Homeland and the New State of Maine: The 1820 Journal and Plans of Survey of Joseph Treat.Amherst, MA and Indian Island, ME: University of Massachusetts Press, in conjunction with Penobscot Indian Nation, 2007.

Penobscot Nation Cultural & Historic Preservation Department, This Is How We Name Our Lands, Indian Island, ME: Penobscot Nation Cultural & Historic Preservation Department, 2015.

Paul, Mihku. 20th Century Pow-Wow Playland. Bowman Books, Greenfield Center, New York. 2012.

Phillips, Butch. “A River Runs Through Us.” Penobscot River Restoration Trust, www.penobscotnation.orgwww.penobscotriver.org

Plumwood, Val. Environmental Culture: The ecological crisis of reason. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2002.

Ranco, Darren J. “Toward a Native Anthropology: Hermeneutics, Hunting Stories, and Theorizing from Within.” University of Minnesota Press. Wicazo Sa Review, Volume 21, Number 2, Fall 2006, pp. 61-78 

Roach, Joseph. Cities of the Dead: Circum-Atlantic Performance. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996.

Roelvink, Gerda and Gibson-Graham, J.K. “A Postcapitalist Politics of Dwelling: Ecological Humanities and Community Economies in Conversation.” Australian Humanities Review, Vol. 46. 2009.

Saunders, Rory. Hachey, Michael A. Fay, Clem W. “Maine’s Diadromous Fish Community: Past, Present, and Implications for Atlantic Salmon Recovery”. Fisheries Vol 31 No. 11. November 2006. www.fisheries.org

Senier, Siobhan, ed. Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Indigenous Writing From New England. Lincoln & London: University of Nebraska Press. 2014.

ssipsis & Georgia Mitchell. Molly Molasses & Me. ssipsis, Knox via Brooks, ME, Turtle Island: c/o Robin Hood Books, Little Letterpress, 1988. 

Swain, Rachael. “Ways of Listening : Dramaturgy as Deep Mapping in Intercultural-Indigenous Performance,” 2010. https://trove.nla.gov.au/version/165442930.

Thoreau, Henry David. The Maine Woods. Ticknow & Fields, 1864. 

Tuck, Eve and Yang K. Wayne. “Decolonization is not a metaphor.” Decolonization, Indigeneity, Education & Society, Vol.1, No.1, 2012, pp.1-40. 2012.

Vervloet, J.A.J., Beek R. van & Keunen L.J. A biography of the cultural landscape in the eastern Netherlands: theory and practice of acquisition and propagation of knowledge. The Cultural Landscape and Heritage Paradox, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.

Wilmer, S.E., Ed. Native American Performance and Representation. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 2009.

Wobst, H. Martin. “Power to the (indigenous) past and present! Or: The theory and method behind archaeological theory and method.Indigenous Archaeologies : Decolonising Theory and Practice, edited by Claire Smith, and H. Martin Wobst, Taylor and Francis, 2004. Senier, Siobhan, ed. Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Indigenous Writing From New England. University of Nebraska Press. 2014.

Waldman, John. Running Silver: Restoring Atlantic Rivers and Their Great Fish Migrations.



“Penobscot River Restoration Project” Bangor Daily News Special Section, July 20, 2013.