PUBLICATIONS

Robertson, Kimberly, and Jenell Navarro. "Postcard from an Otherwise World (Book Cover)." Otherwise Worlds: Against Settler Colonialism and Anti-Blackness. Eds. Tiffany Lethabo-King, Andrea Smith, and Jenell Navarro. Duke University Press (Under Contract).

 

Robertson, Kimberly, and Jenell Navarro. "The Countdown Remix: Why Two Native Feminists Ride with Queen Bey." Otherwise Worlds: Against Settler Colonialism and Anti-Blackness. Eds. Tiffany Lethabo-King, Andrea Smith, and Jenell Navarro. Duke University Press (Under Contract).

 

Robertson, Kimberly. "SLAY (Image with statement)." Otherwise Worlds: Against Settler Colonialism and Anti-Blackness. Eds. Tiffany Lethabo-King, Andrea Smith, and Jenell Navarro. Duke University Press (Under Contract).

 

Robertson, Kimberly. "In Aunties We Trust (Image)," in Spiral to the Stars: Mvskoke Tools of Futurity, written by Laura Harjo. Tucson: University of Arizona Press (Forthcoming 2019).

 

Robertson, Kimberly. "In Aunties We Trust (Image with statement)," in Relational Constellations, edited by Elizabeth LaPensée. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press (Forthcoming 2019).

Robertson, Kimberly, Jenell Navarro, and Laura Harjo.  “Leading with Our Hearts: Anti-Violence Work, Community Action, and Beading as Colonial Resistance.” Keetsahnak: Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters. Eds. Kim Anderson, Maria Campbell, and Christi Belcourt. University of Alberta Press (2018).

Robertson, Kimberly.  [Review of #NotYourPrincess: Voices of Native American Women, edited by Lisa Charleyboy and Mary Beth Leatherdale]. Transmotion 4, no. 1 (2018).

 

Robertson, Kimberly.  "Las Aunties." Deer Woman: An Anthology. Eds. Elizabeth LaPensée and Weshoyot Alvitre. Native Realities (2017).

Robertson, Kimberly.  “The ‘Law and Order’ of Violence Against Native Women: A Native Feminist Analysis of the Tribal Law and Order Act.” 

Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society, no. 1 (2016): 1-23.

 

Robertson, Kimberly. “Rerighting the Historical Record: Violence Against Native Women and the South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.”  Wicazo Sa Review 27, no. 2 (2012): 21-47.

 

Robertson, Kimberly. “Globalization and the Politics of Native Breastfeeding.” off our backs 36, no. 4 (2006): 61-64.

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If we allow the pieces of our culture to lie scattered in the dust of history, trampled on by racism and grief, then yes, we are irreparably damaged.  But if we pick up the pieces and use them in new ways that honor their integrity, their colors, textures, stories -- then we do those pieces justice, no matter how sharp they are, no matter how much handling them slices our fingers and makes us bleed.   -- Deborah Miranda